Youth II Winter Camp
(For Junior High and High School students)
DATE: March 11-13, 2016
COST: $139 per student
Winter camp is a great time for students to get away, enjoy winter fun, meet new friends and grow in their relationship with God. This is also the perfect weekend for your students to bond with each other and create lasting memories.
The “Tube Run” is always popular along with our Zip-line, Climbing wall, and other mountain activities. Plus, our camp store “The Hut” is always ready with warm and tasty hot chocolate or Frappuccino. Add in some amazing worship time and thought provoking messages from our top-level speakers and you have a weekend your group will not want to miss!
GUEST SPEAKER: Jay Foulk
Jay Foulk is the Campus Pastor at North Coast Church in San Marcos, CA. Along with pastoring and teaching there, he travels to camps and conferences speaking and connecting to youth around the nation.
Jay and his wife Kelley are both graduates of San Diego State. Jay has been serving in a large church in the Bay Area (5,000+), where he has held roles in student ministry and the church's small group ministry.
WORSHIP LEADER: UNDONE
UNDONE brings an energetic, relevant, and reverent approach to worship. Hailing from Winters, California, UNDONE incorporates catchy melodies and strong biblical truths into their songs with the ultimate goal of entering into true, passionate, and UNDONE worship!
Angeles Crest Christian Camp is located at an elevation of 6,000 feet! This means that snowfall is common especially during the months of February and March. So be ready to play some snow games and have fun on our sled run!!
Depending on the weather, Angeles Crest also provides other great recreational events, including basketball, volleyball, a climbing wall, the “trampoline thing”, hiking trails, a game room, “Isaiah’s Perch”, the Zip Line, Zaccheus’ tree house, and “The Hut” our local hang out – a.k.a. our “snack bar.”
Camp will begin with check in between 6:00-7:30 p.m. on Friday. Camp will end at approximately 11:00 a.m. on Sunday morning.
WHAT TO BRING:
Bible, pen, notebook, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, flashlight, towel and washcloth, warm clothes, winter jacket, spending money for camp store & picture, etc.
EMERGENCY CAMP PHONE
If you have an emergency and need to contact a camper or leader please call our on-site camp office at 626-449-3339.
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