CROSSINGS CAMP || JUNE 17-21
Location: Cedarmore || Cost: $350 || Students 6th-12th Grade
Dates To Remember
January 10: $100 Deposit Due
May 9: Final Balance Due (Each Student Will Receive Final Balance After Last Youth Luncheon)
We at FBC Wildwood understand the cost of multiple trips and on some occasions multiple students can be difficult for a student to participate. In the structure of our yearly calendar we have provided Youth Luncheons each month for students to work at and reap the benefits from. We will also have one other event that we call Dinner Theater for students to perform and act at in a effort to earn more to apply towards their final balance. All proceeds from Youth Luncheons and Dinner Theater are divided equally among the students who work the events. All proceeds for this years Youth Luncheons and Dinner Theater will be applied towards Crossings Camp and Ark Experience. By clicking the link bellow you can print a schedule of all of the Youth Luncheons and Dinner Theater.
For Youth Luncheon Dates & Dinner Theater Dates Click The Link Below
This summer at Crossings, we are going to dive into the Psalms and discover that we are wired for worship. In everything that we do, we are to worship God in our work, in our relationships, in our thinking, and in every area of our life. In a hyper-connected world, we all need to disconnect from our various distractions, idols, and sins so that we can reconnect to our Creator and Redeemer.
CAMP PASTOR: JOHN NIX
John Nix, with more than 15 years of youth ministry experience, is committed to the Bible’s authority and to a clear presentation of the Gospel. He recently founded Vertical Purpose Ministries, based in Memphis, TN. He delivers engaging, God-centered messages energized by his unique sense of humor. John, his wife Allison, and their three children reside in Collierville, TN.
June 16: Travel Day & Stay In Hotel
June 17: Travel & Arrive At Camp
June 17-21: Crossings Camp At Cedarmore
June 21: Leave Camp For Ark Encounter & Stay In Hotel
June 22: Travel Home
WILDERNESS WEEK || JULY 7-14
Location: Wafloy Mountain Village || Cost: $200 || Students 9th-12th Grade
Dates To Remember
March 14th: Trip Balance Due
All High School Students will be required to participated in a fundraiser to them help raise financials support for the Wilderness Week. We will host a car wash where we pre sale tickets. Each student will be given 5 to sell for $10 a piece. All proceeds from tickets sales will be applied to your students balance.
Car Wash Date: March 10th at 9:00 A.M.
What's Wilderness Week?
Wilderness Week is designed for students looking to unplug from the every day distractions, get alone with God in His beautiful creation. As a group we will spend each morning with a short hike into the Smoky Mountains to spend a few hours alone in God's word, praying, and worshiping. Each afternoon we will do a group activity from white water rafting, floating down the river, mountain biking, or enjoying a game of volleyball. Every evening we will gather to study how God used the wilderness on many different occasions to spend time with His people.
Wafloy is a Christian Retreat Center tucked in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg ,TN. One afternoon we will explore the city of Gatlinburg and have dinner together as a group in the city.
THE WEEKEND || JULY 26-29
Location: FBC Wildwood || Cost: $50 || Students 6th-12th Grade
Dates To Remember
TBD: Trip Balance Due
Thursday: Serve Day
Friday: Serve Day
Saturday: Lake Day at Lake Weir (Carney Island)
What's The Weekend?
The Weekend will be a challenging and fruitful weekend together as a student ministry. We will spend time each day doing a group service project and then end the weekend at the lake. To help with the cost of the weekend we will be staying in host homes for lodging purposes for our students and using the church to facilitate meals. Each afternoon we will spend time in worship, group time, and hang out time in the CMC (Community Ministry Center). Saturday will be a family lake day and the whole family is invited to participate as we cook out and spend time together.
As a student ministry we know with local events it's easy for students to come and go but we do ask that you treat this event as if it's away and do everything possible to allow your student to be apart of the weekend the whole time as sermons, groups, and activities will build off of one another. We look forward to a great weekend to end the summer!