Nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Timberline Lodge Bible School and Discipleship Program offer practical, Christ-centered Bible teaching, small group discipleship, and two mission trips included in tuition. We are located 15 minutes from Winter Park Ski Resort, and run an 8-month course for those seeking an opportunity to grow in Christ and become grounded in the Word of God. 




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Christopher H. Wood, City Clerk
Karen Gallagher, Deputy City Clerk kmgallagher@wildwoodnj.org Lisa Brown, Aide to the City Clerk
lbrown@wildwoodnj.org Phone: 609-522-2444 X2209 Bulk Trash Fee Schedule Bus Permit 2020 Dumpster Application OPRA Form Application to Purchase Trash Can Application to Purchase Recycling Can Rental Housing Mercantile Application Mercantile Application Application for Certified Copy of Vital Record


City of Wildwood
4400 New Jersey Avenue
Wildwood, NJ
phone: 609-522-2444 ext. 2910
fax: 609-729-5916
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Rick Allen, Construction Official
RAllen@wildwoodnj.org Kate Dunn, Technical Assistant to the Construction Official
kdunn@wildwoodnj.org Permit Information NJ DCA Division of Codes and Standards If you live in a Flood Zone Area, check with NJDEP (Hotline # 1-800-448-7379) to see if a permit is required. The Construction Office oversees the enforcement of all New Jersey State adopted construction codes which include: building, fire, plumbing, electrical, mechanical asbestos, barrier free access and lead abatement within the boundaries of the City of Wildwood. Wildwood is a Class 1 municipality, which requires all code enforcement officials to be licensed as high-rise and hazardous specialist (HHS). All inspectors are licensed by the state and are enrolled in a continuing educational program. The purpose of the Construction Office is to control all matters concerning the construction, alteration, addition, repair, removal, demolition, use, location, occupancy of all buildings and structures and adequately protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of Wildwood. Administrative, technical and advisory assistance is provided to all property owners, homeowners, architects, engineers, attorneys, developers, business owners and local and state agencies. Construction Permits Construction Permits are required to construct, enlarge, repair, alter, renovate, demolish, reconstruct or change the use of a building or structure or to install equipment. This is not an all inclusive listing of permit requirements. All questions pertaining to permits should be directed to the Construction Official at 609-522-2444 ext. 2913. Prior to applying for a permit, certain approvals or certifications may be required. These approvals are called Prior Approvals and are issued by various Federal, State, and/or County agencies. Some prior approval requirements that may apply to some building permits are: Zoning: contact Steven Booy 609-522-2444 ext. 2240 or sbooy@wildwoodnj.org Cape Atlantic Soil Conservation: 609-626-3144 City of Wildwood Water Utility: 609-848-0600 New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection: 609-984-6831 City of Wildwood Sewer Department: 609-522-5718 Coastal Area Facilities Review Act (CAFRA): 609-292-0600 Building Permit A building permit is a license to proceed with the work approved and shall not be construed as authority to violate, cancel or set aside any of the provisions of the regulations. The work must conform to the approved application, plans and specifications for which the permit has been issued including prior approvals and any amendments to the approved plans. Construction Application A construction application is an application for a building permit. The application must contain a general description of the work, the location, use and occupancy of all parts of the building or structure, the owner(s) name and address, block/lot, sanitary waste disposal (sewer or septic), water or well, etc. Additionally, two (2) copies of plans, drawn to scale, with sufficient clarity and full dimensions to show the nature and character or the work performed are required. Plans must show the following details: Building Plans: shall show foundation, floor, roof, structural plans (framing details) door and window sizes, section details, connection details, etc. Electrical Plans: shall show floor and ceiling plans, lighting, receptacles, motors and equipment, service entry location, line diagram and wire, conduit and breaker sizes. Plumbing Plans: shall show floor plans, fixtures, pipe sizes, equipment and other materials, fixture schedule and sewage disposal information. Mechanical Plans: shall contain floor and ceiling plans, size of air distribution ducts, duct location and location of all equipment that will be installed. NOTE: All plans must be sealed and signed by a New Jersey Registered Architect or Licensed Engineer. -The Construction Official may waive the requirement for sealed plans in the case of a single family homeowner who has prepared their own plans for the construction, alteration or repair of a structure intended to be used exclusively as their private residence, and to be constructed by the homeowner. Forms necessary for the filing of a Permit Application can be found at: http://www.state.nj.us/dca/divisions/codes/resources/constructionpermitforms.html Inspections When a Building Permit is issued, the work must be inspected throughout the construction process. All inspections will be made by subcode officials. The following inspections must be completed before work may proceed beyond the completed stage: 1. The bottom of footing trenches must be inspected before concrete is placed in the trench. In case of pile foundations, a piling report shall be submitted before the inspection is made. The piling report must bear the deal and signature of an Architect or Licensed Engineer. 2. Foundations and all walls up to grade level must be inspected prior to back filling around the foundation. 3. All structural framing and connections, plumbing, electrical and fire rough installations must be inspected prior to insulating the walls. 4. Insulation installation must be inspected before sheet rocking the walls. 5. A final inspection of the entire project must be made before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued. All inspections must be approved before proceeding to the next phase of the project. NOTE: FINAL PAYMENT TO THE CONTRACTOR IS NOT REQUIRED TO BE MADE BEFORE A FINAL INSPECTION ON CONSTRUCTION PERMITS FOR BUILDING, ELECTRIC, PLUMBING, FIRE PROTECTION OR ELEVATOR IS PERFORMED PURSUANT TO N.J.A.C. 13:45A-16.2(a) 10.ii. Scheduling an Inspection To schedule an inspection, contact the Construction Office (609-522-2444 ext. 2910). Please notify the Construction Office 24 hours prior to the time the inspection is required. Inspection requests received prior to 3:00 PM are normally scheduled the next day. Inspections will be completed within three (3) business days. Certificate of Occupancy A Certificate of Occupancy is required for all building projects. Upon completion of the building or structure and passing the final inspection, the applicant must submit an application for a Certificate of Occupancy. The Construction Official will issue either a Temporary or Full Certificate of Occupancy within 10 days after the last approval. IT IS UNLAWFUL TO OCCUPY A BUILDING OR STRUCTURE WITHOUT OBTAINING A TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANY OR CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY.


Hope Pinto, Director
Wanda Soto-Frankenfield
Health Benefits Specialist/Bi-lingual Clerk Typist
wsoto@wildwoodnj.org Office Hours: M-F, 8:30-4:30 Fax: 609-522-9239 The City of Wildwood is a Civil Service Community and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Before seeking employment in a competitive title, and for more information of Civil Service, please visit http://www.state.nj.us/csc/ . Employment opportunities with the City of Wildwood are advertised in the Press of Atlantic City and/or the Cape May County Herald and are posted at City Hall. It is the policy of the City of Wildwood to provide and encourage employment for all persons and to prohibit discrimination in all employment and business practices. It is the policy of the City of Wildwood to ensure equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless or race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, marital status, or physical, emotional or mental challenge. Applicants requiring ADA accommodation are requested to contact the Director of Human Resources at (609) 846-2004. RESOURECS: NJ State of Civil Service Commission JOB OPENINGS Employment Application


Municipal Court physical address: 115 West Davis Avenue,
Wildwood, NJ 08260 For immediate release: March 14, 2020 Chief Justice Rabner Announces Two-Week Suspension of Municipal Court Sessions Municipal court sessions will be suspended for two weeks, beginning Monday, to mitigate public exposure to COVID-19 coronavirus, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced today. For the two-week period from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 27, individuals scheduled to appear before a municipal court to contest a traffic or parking ticket, or minor local ordinance violation, should instead await notice of a new court date. “As part of our continuing response to the spread of COVID-19, we are suspending municipal court sessions for a two-week period,” Chief Justice Rabner said. “Where it is possible to resolve court matters without compromising the health and safety of the public and court staff, we will continue to do so.” Municipal courts will continue to handle certain matters, such as applications for temporary restraining orders, hearings where a defendant has been detained, and matters that implicate public safety. Attorneys and parties required to appear between March 16 and March 27 will be specifically notified of that requirement. Filings and payments will continue to be accepted, except where the municipality had closed the municipal court building. Defendants also may continue to make payments through the municipal court online payment system at NJMCDirect.com. Updated information about municipal court closures is available at njcourts.gov. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Hours to make payments: Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Friday – 8:30 am to 3:00 pm Phone: (609) 522-4924 Fax: (609) 522-5383 Andrew J. Cafiero, Judge Tami A. LoMonaco, Court Administrator, CMCA Jennifer R. Campanella, Deputy Court Administrator, CMCA MUNICIPAL COURT DOCUMENTS & LINKS PAY A TRAFFIC TICKET ONLY APPLY BAIL FORM TRAFFIC & NON-TRAFFIC OFFENSES PLEA BY MAIL PDF APPEAL A DECISION (ENGLISH).PDF APPEAL A DECISION (SPANISH).PDF RECORDS REQUEST PDF FINANCIAL QUESTIONNAIRE (5A)


4400 New Jersey Ave.
Wildwood, New Jersey 08260
Contact Person:
Kate Dunn
Telephone Number: 609-522-2444, Ext. 2235 Room Number: 212
e-mail: kdunn@wildwoodnj.org Hours: 8:30 to 4:30-Monday thru Friday Click Link to View pdf file: CCO form Zoning Map-11×17 Zoning Permit Application Planning Zoning and Application and Instructions W9 form Escrow Fee Schedule District Regulations Variance Application Checklist Minor Subdivision Plats & Minor Site Plan Checklist Preliminary Major Subdivision & Preliminary Major Site Plan Checklist Final Major Subdivision & Final Major Site Plan Checklist


PURCHASING Jeanette J. Powers, CPA, RMA Chief Financial Officer (609) 846‐2013 jpowers@wildwoodnj.org James V. Craft, CPA, RMA Qualified Purchasing Agent (609) 846‐2000 extension 2200 Christina M. Stackhouse (609) 846‐2001 cstackhouse@wildwoodnj.org Victoria Palmer (609) 846‐2000 extension 2317 vpalmer@wildwoodnj.org Office Hours Monday – Friday 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. Fax (609) 846‐2086 Current Advertised Bids Auction of City Owned Property


For information and questions please contact: Christopher Wood


Office Hours – Monday-Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM County Tax Maps Tax AssessorProperty assesments can be viewed online on the Cape May County Internet Map Server. To view property values for a particular address or block/lot please visit:
http://www.capemaycountyims.net and follow the links as described below. 1) From the Home Page click MAPS. 2) You must accept the terms of the Use Agreement to continue. 3) Click Parcels. A new window will appear. 4) Read and OK the disclaimer. 5) Change the drop down labeled “Select A Layer” to Municipalities. 6) Click Start Search 7) Select Your Search Criteria to continue. Tax Assessor Office Hours – Monday-Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Jason Hesley, CTA
Phone: 609-846-2005Fax: 609-523-2444
Email: jhesley@wildwoodnj.org Elaine Flounders, Senior Assessing Clerk
Phone: 609-522-2444 Extension 2206
Fax: 609-523-2444
Email: Elaine@wildwoodnj.org Forms Certification of Eligibility to Continued Receipt of Disabled Veterans Real Property Tax Exemption.pdf Claim for Property Exemption on Dwelling House of Disabled Veteran or Surviving Spouse or Surviving Domestic Partner of Disabled Veteran or Serviceperson.pdf Claim for Real Property Tax Deduction on Dwelling House of Qualified NJ Resident Senior Citizen, Disabled Person or Surviving Spouse.pdf Initial Statement of Organization Claiming Property Tax Exemption.pdf Property Tax Deduction Claim by Vetran or Surviving Spouse or Domestic Partner of Veteran or Serviceperson.pdf


*Grace period for May 1, 2020 taxes extended to June 1, 2020*

-Any tax payments received after 6/1/2020 for 2nd ¼ taxes will accrue interest from original due date, 5/1/2020.

*IMPORTANT* Our office was just notified that the Homestead benefit bills are on hold with the State, please disregard the bills that were mailed out on 3/20/2020. TAX COLLECTION Senior Citizen, Disabled Citizen and Surviving Spouse PD#5 (Income Statement) must be received by March 1st in order to retain your $250.00 tax deduction. Lori Rosensteel, Tax Collector
609-522-2444 ext. 2227
lori@wildwoodnj.org Sallyanne Cranmer: Sr. Tax Clerk
609-522-2444 ext. 2221
smoya@wildwoodnj.org OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday Through Friday. MAILING ADDRESS: City of Wildwood, Tax Collector’s Office, 4400 New Jersey Ave, Wildwood, NJ 08260 FAX: 609-729-3979 TAX, SEWER & WATER ACCOUNT INQUIRY & ONLINE PAYMENTS
TAX RATE: Current Tax Rate for 2016 is 2.324 The rate is made up from the following taxing districts. County Tax Rate:0.219 County Library0.030 Open Space Tax0.011 District School 0.765 Local Purpose1.299 Total2.324 Boardwalk0.185 / 2.509 Pacific Avenue0.160 / 2.484 Special Improvement Dist #1 .183 Special Improvement Dist #2 .161 TAX DUE DATES: 1st 1/4 Taxes due February 1st 2nd 1/4 Taxes due May 1st 3rd 1/4 Taxes due August 1st 4th 1/4 Taxes due November 1st Taxes are always due, each year, on the first day of February, May, August and November.
INTEREST PENALTY Wildwood has a 10 day grace period. On the 11th day, after the due date, you will be charged interest from the date taxes were due. Interest rate is 8 percent per annum on delinquencies up to $1,500.00 and 18 percent on delinquencies in excess of $1,500.00.
TAX BILL CALCULATION: The Tax Collector takes the current tax rate and times it per $100.00 of your assessed value. (See Tax Assessor for questions regarding your Assessed Value) Example: Assessed value 200,000 Tax Rate x 1.971 Yearly Tax $3,942.00
TAX BILLING The Tax Collector normally bills once a year in June. This bill is for the 3rd 1/4 and 4th 1/4 of the current year and an estimated 1st 1/4 and 2nd 1/4 for the next year. The bill has four stubs attached to send with your payment. Any increases or decreases in your yearly tax is shown in the 3rd & 4th 1/4. Appeals or deductions, to your current year, tax bill will be adjusted in the 3rd & 4th 1/4. PLEASE NOTE: Because of circumstances regarding budgets and tax rates we are sometimes unable to bill the 3rd and 4th 1/4 in June. In this case you will receive an estimated 3rd 1/4 bill. Adjustments due to appeals etc will then be shown in the 4th 1/4 reconciled bill.
FAILURE TO RECEIVE A TAX BILL If you do not receive a bill, please contact the Tax office immediately for the amount owed. A taxpayer is not exempt from paying interest penalty on taxes if they do not receive a bill. (R.S. 54:4-64) Please make sure you update your mailing address with the Tax Collector.
DEDUCTIONS Information on eligibility and applications for Senior Citizen, Disabled, Surviving Spouse and Veteran deductions may be obtained from the Tax Assessor’s office. Senior Citizens, Disabled and Surviving Spouses who have been granted a deduction must file with the Tax Collector PD#5 form. These forms will be mailed in January and are due March 1st of each year.
TAX PAYMENTS The Tax office accepts cash, money order or checks. Please tear off the collector’s stub, on your bill and return with payment. If you do not have a collector’s stub, you must include your Block and Lot so the Tax Collector can identify your property. Make checks payable to The City of Wildwood Tax Collector and mail to: The City of Wildwood, Tax Office, 4400 New Jersey Ave, Wildwood, NJ 08260. If you would like a receipt for your payment, you must include a self-addressed stamped envelope. We do not have credit card capability at this time. Please note: There is a $20.00 charge if your check is returned from the bank. Only Certified funds will be accepted for Lien Redemption.
MORTGAGE COMPANY ESCROW ACCOUNTS If your mortgage company is responsible for paying your taxes, they will receive the bill or notification by email. An advice copy of the bill will be sent to the property owner. Please contact your Mortgage Company immediately of any delinquencies. DELINQUENT TAXES, COSTS AND OTHER MUNICIPAL CHARGES
ACCELERATED TAX SALE The City of Wildwood has an Accelerated Tax Sale each year. Taxes Sewer, Miscellaneous Charges and Prior Year Water Payments that remain delinquent as of the 11th day of November will be listed for Tax Sale and subject to additional charges. Only certified funds will be accepted after November 10th for all delinquent payments. The Accelerated Tax Sale is held mid December.
TAX SALE INFORMATION (N.J.S.A. 54:5-1) A Tax Sale in the State of New Jersey does not mean we are selling your property. We are actually selling a lien against your property for the amount of taxes and other municipal charges left unpaid. Your property will be advertised in the local newspaper once in the two weeks prior to tax sale. Most people that bid at tax sale are investors seeking an interest return on their investment. The Tax collector accepts bids for the interest rate on the, amount of the sale, which includes delinquent Taxes, interests, cost and other municipal charges, due and owing the day of the sale. The bidding starts at a maximum of 18 percent and the percent decreases with each bid. The lowest bidder is the successful bidder. The successful bidder pays the Tax Collector the amount of the sale. The Tax Collector issues the investor a Tax Title Lien Certificate. If there are no interested bidders, the Tax Title Lien is struck of to the City of Wildwood at 18 percent. Once a Tax Title Lien Certificate has been issued, redemption is subject to additional statutory penalties. The Lien Holder can also pay any subsequent delinquent taxes or other municipal charges and accrue these payments to the lien. The investor receives the same interest rate on subsequent taxes and other charges, as the municipality. The property owner can redeem this certificate, through the Tax Office, after the sale. The full amount, due to the lien holder must be paid to the Tax Collector. If redemption is not made within two years (from the date of sale) the Lienholder can start to foreclose and the property owner may have additional legal fees in order to redeem. If a property is foreclosed and final judgement is rendered, the lien holder becomes the owner of the property. If the lien is struck off to the City of Wildwood, foreclosure can begin six months from the date of sale.
LIEN REDEMPTIONS Redemption of a Tax Title Lien takes place when the full amount owed to the Lienholder is paid to the Tax Collector. If you wish to redeem a Tax Title Lien you must request a statement from the Tax Collector and include the date the payment will be received. Only Certified funds will be accepted for Lien Redemption.


Jeanette J. Powers, CPA, RMA
Chief Financial Officer
(609) 846-2013 jpowers@wildwoodnj.org
Susan Plaza, CMFO (609) 846-2016 splaza@wildwoodnj.org
Rachel Fleck, CMFO (609) 846-2017 rfleck@wildwoodnj.org Office Hours Monday – Friday 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. Fax 609-522-6905


CITY OF WILDWOOD OFFICE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT The City of Wildwood will be enhancing our community through our beautification program, by offering property owners the opportunity to acquire 95 gallon trash containers. These containers are made of heavy duty plastic, with a secured lid, a pull bar and 10 inch wheels. They will be dark blue in color and have the City of Wildwood logo on them. Each can will be numerically marked for tracking purposes. Sample of can not to actual size or color Any property owner wishing to acquire one or more of these cans may do so by contacting the Code Enforcement office at jdavis@wildwoodnj.org or by stopping into the office in the municipal building. As a reminder each property is permitted a total of four of this type of trash container. There will be a donation fee of Eighty-Five Dollars ($85) per can, payable to City of Wildwood Beautification, which will be used to continue this program as well as to acquire recycle cans in the near future. John T. Davis City of Wildwood Director License & Inspections VACANT PROPERTY REGISTRATION The City of Wildwood requires owners of vacant properties to register with the Department of License & Inspections/Code Enforcement, maintain the property according to standards of Code Enforcement and pay the annual fee. Effective May 19, 2015, Ordinance 1028-15, requires the owner of any vacant property to register within 30 days of the property becoming vacant. “Owner” shall include the title holder, any agent of the title holder, any foreclosing entity that has filed a notice with the municipal clerk pursuant to the provisions of C.46:10B-51 (P.L. 2008, c127, Sec. 17 as amended by P.L. 2009, c.296), or any other person or entity determined by the public officer of the City of Wildwood to have authority to act with respect to the property. REGISTRATION FEE $500. First annual renewal fee is $750. Second and any subsequent renewal fee is $1,000. Property owner shall notify the Department of License & Inspections/Code Enforcement within 30 days of any change in the registration information by filing an amended registration statement. The registration statement shall be deemed prima facie proof of the statements therein contained in any administrative enforcement proceedings or court proceeding instituted by the City of Wildwood against any owner or owners of the property. The owner shall be required to renew the registration annually as long as the property remains a Vacant Property. APLLICATION FOR RECYCLE CAN APPLICATION FOR TRASH CAN

Student Testimonials

Student Testimonial

- David 

“I loved the personal way in which the staff poured into us. I also enjoyed the weekly outreach; it was a challenge for me to step out and put what we learned in the classroom into practice”

1st Semester Highlights 

Old Testament and Topical Studies

Men's and Women's Retreat   

Moab Adventure Week   

Thanksgiving Family Retreat   

O.E.S.F (Outdoor Education for Spiritual Formation) 

Local Outreach and Urban Missions Trip

2nd Semester Highlights 

New Testament and Topical Studies

Hosting Youth Groups on Campus 

Mountain Ministry 

Temple Tours 

Spring Community Camping Trip

Local Outreach and Cross-Cultural Missions Trip

Listen to

some of

our past students


Dates & Fees

What's Included

Program fees include registration deposit, classes, room and board, books, internet access, outdoor activities, and adventure trips. Two mission trips are part of the program for all students and included in tuition amount. Prices exclude laundry, ski pass, optional activities, and immigration fees for international students. Ski passes are not mandatory, but because of our ministry at the Winter Park Resort, it is encouraged for those who can afford one. (Skiing/snowboarding experience is not needed to participate in the ministry at the resort.)

Approximate Breakdown of Fees

Class Fees, Room & Board,
and misc fees: $11,831.00

Missions Trips (Local, Urban,
and Cross-Cultural): $2,000.00 Total: $13,831 Refundable Damage Deposit: $200.00

Early Enrollment Discount for 2021 - 2022 Program

**THERE IS NO ENROLLMENT DEADLINE FOR OUR PROGRAM WE TAKE APPLICATIONS UNTIL THE PROGAM IS FULL Early Bird Enrollment Deadline: The student application (including references, transcripts, and application fee) is due by 5:00pm MST February 6, 2021 to be reviewed for acceptance. Once accepted, enrollment (including a $1,000 non-refundable deposit*) must be complete by 5:00pm MST February 14, 2021 A complimentary season ski pass will be given to students fully enrolled for the full program according to these deadlines. *Those enrolling early may choose to divide the $1000 deposit into two payments of $500, the first payment is due by February 14, 2021 and the second by April 25, 2021 to complete the early bird enrollment agreement. Open Enrollment: Applications must be complete (including references, transcripts, and fee) to be reviewed for acceptance. Applicants are accepted at periodic intervals. Once accepted, applicants enrolling after February 14, 2021 are enrolled on a first come, first serve basis. All enrollment forms and the non-refundable enrollment deposit of $1000 must be received for a student to be considered enrolled. Payment Method: Tuition payments by check (deposit only may be paid by credit card). **THERE IS NO ENROLLMENT DEADLINE FOR OUR PROGRAM WE TAKE APPLICATIONS UNTIL THE PROGAM IS FULL

Dates for 2020 - 2021

First Semester Start Date (Arrival Day): September 9th between 10:00am - 3:00pm Family Thanksgiving Retreat: November 25-27 (Families invited to Timberline campus. Students onsite unless signed out before arrival day) Urban Missions Trip (NYC): December 7 - 14 Christmas Break: December 15 - January 9 (Students must be off campus) Second Semester Start Date (Arrival Day): January 10 Spring Missions Trip: TBD Spring Break: TBD (students will need to be off campus for 2 nights) Graduation: May 7, 2021

Dates for 2021 - 2022

First Semester Start Date (Arrival Day): September 8th Graduation (Final Day): May 6th

"Exchange Rate" Scholarship for Canadians

Contact us to learn more about our "Exchange Rate" scholarship for qualifying Canadians. This scholarships aims to provide help to those with a financial need because of the current US to Canadian dollar exchange rate.



Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to and from Denver International Airport

Timberline provides transportation for all trips and programs for the Bible school, however, students are required to arrange their own transportation to/from the airport for school breaks and arrival days at Timberline. (Our Fall missions trip concludes at the end of the first semester, so students are transported to the Denver airport, and will be able to fly home from there or from the city where the Fall missions trip was hosted - typically New York City)

Home James Transportation provides daily service from Denver International Airport to Fraser. On arrival days, Timberline collects students from the drop-off location in Fraser. See their website for more information: www.ridehj.com regarding shuttle schedules. Amtrak also provides daily train service to Fraser.

What is taught in the classroom

Over fifteen books of the Bible and topical studies typically including: Genesis, Joshua, Judges, 1st Samuel, 1st Kings, Ezra, Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Isaiah, Minor Prophets, Mark, Acts, Romans, Corinthians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Hebrews, James, Revelation, Trinity, Evangelism, Youth Ministry, How to Study the Bible, and Feasts of Israel.

Is the Bible School accredited

As an eight-month Bible school, we are not regionally accredited, however, there is a growing list of Christian colleges that will allow students to transfer up to fifteen credit hours for studies completed here. Some examples are: Columbia International University, SC http/www.ciu.edu/; Crown College, MN: http://www.crown.edu/; Oak Hills Christian College, MN: http://www.oakhills.edu/; and Colorado Christian University, CO http://www.ccu.edu/. We are currently pursuing more opportunities for credit transfer.

What are the meals like

Meals are included with tuition. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided for the full length of the program. Students typically enjoy a continental breakfast, family-style lunch and dinner. Most weeks, students pack a bag lunch for their outreach day.

What should I pack

Bedding: (available to rent) Comforter set Sheet set x2 (Twin Normal) Mattress cover Pillow Bathroom: Towels/Washcloths Caddy for shower stuff Toiletries Laundry: Laundry Hamper/Bag Laundry soap/dryer sheets School Supplies: Pens/Pencils/Highlighters Non-paraphrase Bible for study (ESV, NIV, NASB, NKJV) Paraphrase Bible like the Amplified for devotions if desired Pocket-sized Bible 2 Journals Drivers License (current through graduation) or other photo ID. Outdoor Clothing: Hiking shoes/boots Quality hiking socks Waterproof jacket Synthetic shirt(s) for wicking of sweat & layering Hiking shorts Hiking pants Swimsuit (one-piece athletic bathing suit for ladies/trunks for men – no speedos) Fleece jacket/hoodie Warm hat/beanie Warm winter gloves or mittens Winter coat Snow pants Snow boots Work clothes (including pants) Outdoor Gear: Daypack/Backpack (for day hikes) Headlamp 2 Nalgene water bottles (1 full liter each and/or camelback reservoir) Sunglasses Sunscreen Zero-degree Sleeping bag (available to rent) Optional Items to bring: Blue tak for hanging photos Storage bins for under bed Bulletin board/whiteboard Flashlight (+ extra batteries) Medications/toiletries (Advil, Emergen-C, First aid kit, tweezers, nail clippers) Snowboard/Ski equipment Multiday backpack Snowshoes Ice skates/Hockey equipment (some sizes available for use on site) Mountain bike Backpacking tent & camping gear Climbing shoes/gear Board games and card games To consider: Ski pass to the Winter Park Ski Resort ( https://www.winterparkresort.com/plan-yourtrip/tickets-and-passes ) Membership to the local Rec Center ( http://www.fraservalleyrec.org/grand-park-community-recreation-center/ ) Do Not Bring: Television DVD player Video game console Rated ‘R’ or inappropriate movies Desktop computer

Packing Constraints

Please pack no more than two large suitcases. We have limited storage space in shared dorm rooms.

Dorm Rooms (storage space)

Students can expect to have 2-3 dresser drawers, space for hanging clothes, 1-2 shelves/cubbies for belongings, and half of the space under a bunk bed. Storage lockers are provided outdoors for skis and snowboards.

Student Body Size

Our maximum number of students is 38.

Taste and See

Prospective students and their parents are welcome to come get a glimpse of life at Timberline. Please arrange a visit by emailing registrar@timberlinelodge.org. We usually arrange for prospective students to arrive Sunday evening and depart sometime Tuesday afternoon. This will provide a chance to participate in a Family Group Breakfast in a staff home, our All Community Worship time of singing and testimonies, an outdoor adventure, and Bible classes. Taste and See is free of charge – prospective students must arrange their own transportation to/from Timberline.


Students are welcome to bring a vehicle to school. Students must provide Timberline with a copy of their car key for the plowing team. Transport to/from all Timberline programming is provided as well as a weekly town/laundry shuttle and a weekly shuttle to the ski resort. (in the winter)

Typical Week

Special Diets

An additional fee is required for students requiring a special diet (gluten/dairy free etc.) See the financial agreement form for details.

Christmas Break

Students enjoy a 3-4 week Christmas break immediately following the Fall missions trip. Students are required to be away from campus over break. See the Dates and Fees section for specifics.

International Students

International students will work with our registrar and our immigration attorney to obtain a visa for their time of study in the United States. Please email our registrar at registrar@timberlinelodge.org with any questions.


WiFi is available to students in the main lodge. Because of our location, our wireless internet speeds are not as fast as many students from more urban areas are used to.

Can guests visit

Absolutely! Students are permitted to host guests in their dorm room up to 5 nights at a time. We also gave guest rooms available at a discounted rate for friends and family of current students.

Is it possible to register early

An early commitment is advised because slots generally begin to fill in January. Timberline offers an early registration incentive each year. See the "Dates and Fees" page.

Where do most students come from

Each year is different. We have students from all over the world; but primarily, America, Canada, and Europe.

Cell reception

Verizon Wireless is the only cell provider that has good service on our campus. AT&T has some reception. Most providers have full service in town.

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