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Hendersonville, TN 37075
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Student Summer Camp 2020
All Campuses | Published on April 23, 2020
Camp is still happening!
But it’s going to look different this year.
D I F F E R E N T.
A word we’re hearing a lot these days.
School is different. Community is different. Church is different.
But D I F F E R E N T is G O O D.
So you say it’s going to be different?!
We like D I F F E R E N T.
Following the government and leading health organizations’ mandates to stay home and avoid public gatherings, we have decided to move Camp locally to Hendersonville tentatively late summer, early fall. We want to ensure your safety and health during this time of crisis, so we will continue to follow government and health mandates. We also understand the financial struggles within our community, and we want to make Camp something that is affordable for everyone in this season. We will have a three day Camp combined with Middle and High School at a much lower price.
Things may look a little different, but we are excited to still get to gather for one of the best events of the year! Get ready for three jam-packed days where you’ll have the time of your life hanging with your friends, competing in intense activities, and be challenged daily with God’s word. Registration will be coming soon!
CAMP 2020 Details
- WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER: Middle + High School will be together this year!
- NEW LOCATION: Long Hollow Baptist Hendersonville
- NEW SPEAKER: Shane Pruitt
- REC + MISSIONS + BREAKOUTS + THEME NIGHTS
- PRICE: $125
- REGISTRATION COMING SOON!
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the answers to some questions you might ask about Student Camp 2020.
Where will camp be this year?
We are so excited to host camp at Long Hollow Hendersonville this year! Following the government and leading health organizations’ mandates to stay home and avoid public gatherings, we have decided to move Camp locally to Hendersonville tentatively late summer, early fall.
Why did we decide to move Camp?
Because of government and leading health organizations’ mandates to stay home and avoid public gatherings, we have decided to move Camp locally to Hendersonville tentatively late summer, early fall. We want to ensure our students safety and health during this time of crisis.
What if we are still not allowed to meet in large groups?
We are hoping to be able to still have Camp tentatively late summer, early fall! If government and health organizations’ do not advise us to meet then we will have to reconsider these dates. In that event, you would be able to get a full refund on your registration for Camp. We are actively looking for ways that we can minister to our students during this time and know that Camp is something so many look forward to.
How do I register for Camp if we are not meeting on Campus?
All registration for Camp will be ONLINE this year! You can sign up soon on this page.
Are there scholarships available for Camp?
Yes! Camp will be at its lowest price ever this year. During this health crisis, many have suffered financial loss and we do not want to make it hard for our families to send their students to Camp. If money is a problem, we are here to help! We want to see any and every student go to Camp!
Where will we stay if not in Cabins?
Camp will be hosted like a “conference style” this year! That means that every night you will go back to your home after Camp is over that day. With continued precaution on our students safety and health, we will not be doing host homes during Camp.
What activities will we be doing this year at camp in addition to worship and small group time?
Camp will look a little different this year! But we can guarantee you it will be FUN. Camp will be filled with adventurous activities, rec challenges, sand volleyball, basketball and mission projects around the community. We will have breakouts on various topics from some incredible speakers. We will have theme nights, dance parties and surprises that will keep you guessing!
What is the dress code for Camp?
Please do not wear anything that:
- Advertises alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs
- Explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person
- Explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations
- Has spaghetti straps
- Is excessively short or tight-fitting
- Wear closed-toed shoes to recreation.
- Wear modest, finger-tip length shorts for both guys and girls.
- Do not dress in a way that calls attention to their underwear (sagging your pants, rolling down your waistbands, etc.).
- A dark t-shirt when they participate in messy games or water games.
- We recommend bringing a backpack for your Bible, journal, change of clothes
money for snacks, merchandise, etc.
While at camp, we ask that students and adults:
What do I need to bring to camp every day?
What should I NOT bring to camp?
Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, any kind of weapon. We recommend no radios, iPods, CD players, play station portables or other gaming devices, roller blades, or skateboards. If students do bring cell phones or iPods, please ensure these are not distractions at camp or they will be taken away.
Parent Meeting Dates and Check-In Dates will be announced when registration goes live.
Health Safety Precautions
- At every entrance on our campus we will have hand sanitizing stations.
- Our facilities will be sanitized each day so the building is clean and ready to go each day.
- No student showing signs of fever (or other potential Covid-19 symptoms) will be able to attend Camp 2020 in person.
For general camp questions, email Adam Stroube at email@example.com.