https://vimeo.com/325657299 The BEST. WEEK. OF. THE. YEAR is almost here and it’s time to register for Camp - June 8-13, 2020. Summer Camp is a time for 9th-12th grade students to know
The BEST. WEEK. OF. THE. YEAR is almost here and it’s time to register for Camp – June 8-13, 2020. Summer Camp is a time for 9th-12th grade students to know God personally and find freedom through their groups. They will experience the great outdoors and adventure through activities such as a 3000ft zip line, axe throwing, river front water park, arrow tag, super swing, and many more activities.
Summer Camp is a great opportunity for all students to connect to a community of students their age. If you want to see more details about where we are headed please visit the Camp Eagle Website.
LINKS FOR SUMMER CAMP
This year we will be learning from Hebrews through Revelation, as we learn about how God was, is, and will forever be able to do everything he has promised. We believe he will and we are expectantly knowing he can. Which is why we want an ENCORE! We want to see he DO IT AGAIN! We believe this Summer that students will be impacted by the hope and love of Jesus in a way that will change them now, forever.
If you don’t have a student but would like to donate a scholarship to send a student to Camp, you can below!
Would you love to go to camp, but don’t have the resources? If yes you can apply for a scholarship below.
Would you like to know what a day looks like at Summer Camp? Below is all of the info you will need to know!
Example of a “Day at Camp”
8:00am – Breakfast
9:00am – Morning Chaos – Small dance party and a brief talk on the Day’s theme
9:15am – 10(ft) for 10(min) (Alone time with God. Reading, praying, journaling)
10:00am – Activity Rotations
12:00pm – Lunch
2:00pm – Integrated Bible Study in small groups
3:30pm – 5:30pm – Activity Rotations
6:00pm – Dinner
7:00pm- Evening Experience (worship, message, groups)
7:45pm-8:30pm – Group Time
All transportation is provided by Crosspoint Church via coach buses to and from Camp Eagle.
All food is provided through the cost Summer Camp. If your child has a food allergy, we ask that you describe in detail via 2019 Health & Release Form, Camp Eagle Health Waiver.
Appropriate clothes for summer camp (like recreational clothes, One-piece swim suit, tank tops, shorts, etc.)
Sleeping bag & pillow, toiletries, etc.
Every student will be given a Summer Camp shirt to wear on the day we return.
Please make sure that any medicine (even tylenol) is put in a zip-lock bag with instructions on time and frequency of the medication needed.
If you have any questions please contact our student team:
Drew Blomstrom | Student Pastor | 713-997-9360 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerri Ishimura | Student Admin | 281-844-0610 | email@example.com
8 (Monday) 8:00 am - 13 (Saturday) 5:00 pm
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