Summer is approaching and it is time to reserve your student’s spot at Clash Camp. This year we are returning to Camp Kulaqua, an historic location where thousands of GFC students have visited over the years. Every summer, hundreds of teenagers’ lives are radically transformed by this Christ-centered experience.

Your student will grow spiritually, experience new friendships and create lasting relationships. What can your student expect? Engaging messages, powerful praise and worship, epic camp games, water park, blob and more.

Details

Who
for Incoming 6th Grade Students
through Graduated Seniors

When
July 5 – 8, 2017

Where
Camp Kulaqua
23400 NW 212 Ave
High Springs, FL 32643
get directions

Mandatory Parent Night

Wednesday, June 28 at 7:00 PM
Van Dyke Campus Main Sanctuary
Registration and payment must be complete at this time. Meet our staff and volunteers for Clash Camp and find out your student’s bunking assignment, group leaders, and team for War Games.

Details

Who
Incoming 6th-12th Grade Students
and Graduated Seniors

When
July 5 – 8, 2017

Where
Camp Kulaqua
23400 NW 212 Ave
High Springs, FL 32643
get directions

Keynote Speaker:
Pastor Matt Roden

Pastor Matt Roden is a Teaching Pastor at Grace Family Church and has led student ministries for over 19 years. He uniquely combines humor and truth in a way that engages the next generation.

Keynote Speaker:
Pastor Matt Roden

Pastor Matt Roden is a Teaching Pastor at Grace Family Church and has led student ministries for over 19 years. He uniquely combines humor and truth in a way that engages the next generation.

Schedule

Wednesday, July 5

8:00 AM – Counselor’s Arrive
9:00 AM – Student Check-in
10:00 AM – Load Buses/Travel
1:00 PM – Lunch
2:00 PM – Unload Buses/Free Time
6:00 PM – Dinner
7:15 PM – Main Session
9:15 PM – Late Night
10:15 PM – Free Time
11:30 PM – In Cabins
12:00 AM – Lights Out

Thursday, July 6

8:00 AM – Breakfast
9:15 AM – Mini worship/announcements
9:45 AM – Breakouts
10:15 AM – Small Groups
11:15 AM – Free Time
12:30 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – War games
3:00 PM – Free time
6:00 PM – Dinner
7:15 PM – Main Session
9:15 PM – Late Night
10:15 PM – Free Time
11:30 PM – In Cabins
12:00 AM – Lights Out

Friday, July 7

8:00 AM – Breakfast
9:15 AM – Mini worship/announcements
9:45 AM – Breakouts
10:15 AM – Small Groups
11:15 AM – Free Time
12:30 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – War games
3:00 PM – Free time
6:00 PM – Dinner
7:15 PM – Main Session
9:15 PM – Late Night
10:15 PM – Free Time
11:30 PM – In Cabins
12:00 AM – Lights Out

Saturday, July 8

8:00 AM – Breakfast
9:15 AM – Closing Session
10:30 AM – Pack Up/Load Busses/Pass out Lunch
11:00 AM – Travel to GFC
2:00 PM – Student Pickup

Register

The cost of CLASH is:

  • $250 now through Sunday, May 14

  • $300 Monday, May 15 through Thursday, June 15

  • $350 after Thursday, June 15

The first 50 to register (not including staff) will receive a $50 discount.

FAQ

Will my student need any spending money?
Clash Camp will be selling merchandise and snacks that your student will need cash for. All other meals and drinks are provided as a part of your CLASH Registration.

What time will I drop my student off for Clash Camp on Wednesday, July 5, 2017?
9:00 AM at the Van Dyke Campus Main Lobby

When will they return?
We will return on the afternoon of Saturday, July 8 between 2:00-3:00 PM

How do I check-in my student the day of Clash Camp?
Park near the Main Sanctuary. Check-in will be in the Main Sanctuary lobby. Students will then place their luggage on their assigned bus and then go to Clubhouse room the same number as their bus and wait until we dismiss.

Who are the counselors?
Counselors are leaders at Grace and all counselors have been through a background screening and interview.

May my student bring a skateboard, fireworks, iPod, iPad, boombox, headsets, pets or animals?
Students are to leave these items at home. Clash Camp is for building a better relationship with God, family & friends.

What should my student bring to camp?
Bible, sunscreen, tennis shoes, change of clothes for 3 days, toiletries, towel, sleeping bag or twin sheets and a pillow. Please LABEL everything with your student’s name. A more comprehensive list will be provided at the Parent Meeting.

What should I pack my student’s items in?
We recommend that you put it all in one wheeled luggage carrier or backpack. Whatever they bring, they are responsible for carrying.

May I call my student? May my student call me?
Students are allowed to bring their cell phones, but please do not call your students during sessions or devotional time. We will monitor their personal use and confiscate phones as needed. In the case of an emergency, we will be providing all parents with a direct number to contact us at camp.

What are students allowed to wear to Clash Camp?
Our dress code rule is that if you can’t wear it to school, don’t wear it to Clash Camp. Please also bring comfortable clothes for recreational activities outside.

My student will require medicine while they are at Clash Camp. What do I do?
If your student will be bringing any medications with them to Clash Camp we REQUIRE our “Medicine Distribution Card” be turned in with the medicine on Wednesday, July 5, when those medicines are handed over to the Clash Camp Nurse Team. All medicine needs to be completely labeled with your students name and placed in a gallon Ziploc bag. The Medicine Distribution Card can be picked up at the Parent Meeting or on Wednesday, July 5 2017.

Questions?