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Summer Camp

This summer hundreds of students will come together to experience the summer of a lifetime. This 4-day camp, hosted by Seacoast Church, is specifically for your students. We are returning to White Oak Conference Center in Winnsboro, SC for four days of incredible worship, messages, and just plain fun! Some Custom favorites will be teaching during the week as we discover how to “Rise” above what the world has to offer and live a life that is set apart. Summer Camp will be the best 4 days of summer, and quite possibly one of the most amazing experiences of your year!

Text @campms (MS camp) or @camphs (HS camp) to 81010 to get updates about camp and your camper.

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Middle School

Sunday, July 23

  • 10:00-1:00pm Check-In & Departure
  • 3:30-4:00pm Onsite Registration
  • 5:00pm Camper Orientation
  • 6:00pm Dinner
  • 6:30pm Pre-service Prayer
  • 7:00pm Service
  • 8:45pm Campus Groups
  • 9:30pm Late Night
  • 11:00pm In Rooms
  • 11:30pm Lights Out

Monday, July 24-Tuesday, July 25

  • 8:00am Breakfast
  • 9:00am Morning Session
  • 10:15am Small Groups
  • 11:30am Turf Wars
  • 12:30pm Lunch
  • 1:30pm Free Time/Color Wars (Tuesday)
  • 5:30pm Dinner
  • 6:30pm Pre-service Prayer
  • 7:00pm Service
  • 8:45pm Campus Groups
  • 9:30pm Late Night
  • 11:00pm In rooms
  • 11:30pm Lights Out

Wednesday, July 26

  • 8:00am Breakfast
  • 9:00am Final Packing/Luggage Drop Off
  • 10:15am Morning Session
  • 11:30am Depart to Home

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Jon Hohm

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Nate Yeske

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Reggie Dabbs

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High School / July 27-30

Thursday, July 27

  • 10:00-1:00pm Check-In & Departure
  • 3:00-3:30pm Onsite Registration
  • 4:30pm Camper Orientation
  • 5:30pm Dinner
  • 6:30pm Pre-service Prayer
  • 7:00pm Service
  • 8:45pm Campus Groups
  • 9:30pm Late Night
  • 11:00pm In Rooms
  • 11:30pm Lights Out

Friday, July 28-Saturday, July 29

  • 8:00am Breakfast
  • 9:00am Morning Session
  • 10:15am Small Groups
  • 11:30am Turf Wars
  • 12:30pm Lunch
  • 1:30pm Free Time/Color Wars (Saturday)
  • 5:30pm Dinner
  • 6:30pm Pre-service Prayer
  • 7:00pm Service
  • 8:45pm Campus Groups
  • 9:30pm Late Night
  • 11:00pm In rooms
  • 11:30pm Lights Out

Sunday, July 30

  • 8:00am Breakfast
  • 9:00am Final Packing/Luggage Drop Off
  • 10:15am Morning Session
  • 11:30am Depart to Home

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Jon Hohm

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Ryan Leak

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FAQ: (frequently asked questions)

What are the camp rules?

If we have an issue with your child breaking the rules or any other behavioral issues, you will be contacted and asked to come pick up your child. This will be handled on a case-by-case basis depending on the rules that are broken.

– Respect the people, respect the place.
– No romantic displays of affection
– Be on time for all services and activities

How is free time handled?

Free time will be spent on the campgrounds at the pool, the lake, playing games/sports, etc. Students are not permitted to leave the camp area and leaders will be spread out all over camp to ensure everyone stays within the expected boundaries.

Who can come to summer camp?

Summer Camp is for students who are currently in the 5th-12th grades for the 2016-2017 school year.

Can my student change rooms or request a roommate?

Due to the logistics of assigning rooms, rooming assignments cannot be changed and requests are not accepted. Students will receive their rooming assignments when they get to camp.

My student can no longer go to camp… Can I get a refund?

Summer Camp is non-refundable. If you can no longer attend camp, you can transfer your registration to another student before June 30th. After June 30th, we will not be able to transfer your registration due to completed rooming assignments.

Are cell phones allowed at camp?

No cell phones are allowed at camp this year. We want your students to really be able to connect with God and engage with others. We ask that all phones be left at home.

Before we leave for camp, we will give you a contact number for emergencies only. All of our leaders will have cell phones so they will have access to a phone if they need to reach you.

What does my student need to pack?

Download the complete packing list.

How is my student getting to and from camp?

Students will depart from a designated Seacoast campus or other church and ride in buses/vans to camp. Please be sure your student arrives at the designated campus or church that they registered with. Departure information will be posted on July 5th and emailed to the parent email address you gave during the registration process.

What are the accommodation?

White Oak Conference Center has motel-type facilities and group housing. There are three motel buildings at White Oak Conference Center. Each building has two floors with rooms offering a range of accommodations. Depending on the room setup, each room sleeps 4-5 people. Group housing offers rooms with bunk bed style accommodations.

What does my student eat and how do you handle food allergies?

White Oak Conference Center features a full dining hall, which offers buffet style meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If your child has food allergies, please indicate this on the registration form so the dining hall can accommodate them to the best of their ability. Please be aware the camp does not make special meals but is prepared to help with gluten allergies & vegetarians. Nuts and seafood are not served at camp. If you student has extremely food allergies, please email us at summercamp@seacoast.org so we can work with you and the camp to makes sure there is food your child can eat. The camp also features the Hub Café which will be open during free time and late at night for campers to purchase food and refreshments.

How many adults will there be at camp?

Our counselor to student ratio is a max of 1:9 this year. In addition, we will have a camp staff of over 30 people.

Does my student need to bring money to camp?

We will have snacks and merchandise available for purchase. While it is not necessary to send additional money, we recommend $50 for the week.

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