Great Xscape 2018

 

Are you in high school? Do you want to spend a week of your summer white water rafting, swimming, competing in games and tournaments, and relaxing in a beautiful oasis? Then Great Xscape is for you. It’s also for you if you have questions about Jesus and want to know more about Him, if you’re feeling tired in your walk and need some encouragement, if you love Jesus and want to follow Him, and anywhere in between. We’re excited to get away with you.

// ALL THE DETAILS //

WHO: Students entering 9th-12th grade in the fall

WHAT: The best high school summer camp ever!

WHEN: July 7-11, 2018

WHERE: Wasco County Fairgrounds, Tygh Valley, OR

// PRICING //

  • Minimum of $10 deposit due at time of registration
  • $150 if registered by June 13 at 11:59 pm
  • The price increases to $200 on June 14 at 12:00 am
  • Sibling Discount: 20% off each student (email kate@mstar.church for details)
  • Please bring a completed Rafting Release form to registration and/or a parent/guardian to sign one.

SCHEDULE: Please be at the church at NOON on Saturday, July 7 for Check In/Final Registration. The buses will leave Morning Star directly following the close of Final Registration at 1:00 pm. We will return to Morning Star on Wednesday, July 11 by 4 pm.

SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS: We are sleeping in tents, so you can make your own arrangements or your small group leaders can make sure everyone has tent space to sleep in. If you have a four-person tent or larger and are willing to bring it, let your small group leader know.

WHAT TO BRING: BIBLE, sleeping bag, pillow, deodorant, soap, shampoo, toothbrush/toothpaste,towel, flip flops (for the shower), quarters (also for the shower), secured shoes for river rafting (tennis shoes, Tevas, Chacos, water shoes, etc.), one piece swimwear (or modest tankini suit), sunscreen, five days worth of clothes (including a sweatshirt or something warm for the evenings). OPTIONAL: money for the snack shack, sunglasses, camera, etc.

WHAT NOT TO BRING: Don’t bring ANYTHING that would potentially distract you from interactions with people (this would include but is not limited to, most entertainment equipment, electronic devices, and reading material… a.k.a. cell phones, iPods, indecent swimwear, bad attitudes, pranks, video games, laser pointers, etc.). Also, don’t bring anything illegal or dangerous, such as explosives, drugs, weapons, or fire producing objects.

 

STAFF REGISTRATION HERE