All Campuses  |  Published on March 9, 2020


Students — Camp is coming!

Some people think summer means winding down. We think not. Don’t miss the biggest event of the year, 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. It’s time to sign up for the greatest week of the summer.

Choose one of the links below for information on each summer camp.

For High School Camp questions email Kerry Hicks at
For Middle School Camp questions email Amber Warren at
For general camp questions, email Adam Stroube at

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 Ocoee Ridge Camp! It is about 3 hours away in Cleveland, Tennessee.

What activities will we be doing this year at camp in addition to worship and small group time?

Camp will be filled with adventurous activities with favorites like low ropes, paintball, and our world-class wave pool. Ocoee Ridge Camp provides a unique environment that is designed to make memories. Other activities include sand volleyball, an adventure race course, and large recreation field for games and sports.

Will there be a pool at camp?

This year there will be a pool. In fact, it is out world-class wave pool. Make sure to pack appropriate swimwear for pool days!

What is the dress code for Camp?

Please do not to pack 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

While at camp, we ask that students and adults:

  • Wear closed-toed shoes to recreation.
  • Wear modest, finger-tip length shorts for both guys and girls.
  • Wear modest one-piece bathing suits.
  • 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.

What do I need to bring to camp?

  • Bible
  • finger-tip length shorts
  • T-shirts
  • tennis shoes for recreation and sandals if desired
  • personal hygiene items
  • bedding, including pillow
  • money for snacks, Chick-fil-A, and speaker items

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.

What size sheets do I need for camp?
Some of the bunk-houses have regular twin-sized beds, while some have XL twin-sized beds. Play it safe, and pack XL twin sheets.

Parent Meeting dates

Sunday, May 17th
Gallatin: 10:50 a.m. in the Gallatin Student Building
Hendersonville: 10:30 a.m. in the Hendersonville Student Building
Wednesday, June 3rd
Gallatin: 6:45 p.m. in the Gallatin Student Building
Hendersonville: 6:45 p.m. in the Hendersonville Student Building.

Check-In for Camp

Sunday, June 7th
Gallatin: 10:50AM – Noon in the Gallatin Student Building
Hendersonville: 8:00AM – Noon in the Hendersonville Student Building.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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