At 6th Grade Camp, the worship sets, messages from stage, small group activities, and insane games are all designed to jump-start friendships between your student and their new small group.
The memories created at this camp will become a foundation they will build upon throughout their years in Transit. Most importantly, this weekend will help students begin to discover and pursue a faith of their own.
We are nervous about this being our student’s first weekend away. What safety precautions have you implemented?
We completely understand. Each year, hundreds of parents trust us with their students for their first weekend away. We take their safety very seriously and keep a low adult leader to student ratio. Dozens of staff members are also onsite the entire weekend.
Will there be a medical professional at camp?
Yes. We will have two registered nurses at camp at all times. If your student needs to bring medication, you can leave it with a nurse at check-in to dispense at camp.
What if my student has a food allergy?
Please let us know when you register, and we will be happy to accommodate your student. Alternative meals are often available.
When is drop-off (check-in) and pickup for the weekend?
Check-in is at Woodstock City Church on Friday, August 19, at 6:00 p.m., and pickup is at Woodstock City Church on Sunday, August 21, at 1:15 p.m. If your student is registered, you will receive more details closer to camp time.
What if my sixth grader doesn’t know many other students?
Then 6th Grade Camp is the perfect place to be! Students will form healthy relationships in their small groups that they will build on for the next three years.
What if my student has a conflicting event or game?
Your student won’t regret prioritizing 6th Grade Camp over an outside activity. While we would love for your student to attend the entire retreat, if that isn’t possible, you may pick them up early.
Will there actually be “camping” at 6th Grade Camp?
No. 6th Grade Camp is not a camping trip. Small groups stay in air-conditioned cabins with their adult leaders. Don’t worry about packing a tent.