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Palomar Christian Conference Center

OC SUMMER CAMP (Teenagers 6th-12th Grade)

Each camper (6th-12th & graduating seniors) can sign up for Summer Camp by June 30 with a $20 deposit and each camper register on our Online Form at https://www.fbccypress.com/registration.

OC SUMMER CAMP (Teenagers 6th-12th Grade)
OC SUMMER CAMP (Teenagers 6th-12th Grade)

Time & Location

Jul 26, 2024, 2:00 PM – Jul 28, 2024, 2:00 PM

Palomar Christian Conference Center, 34764 Doane Valley Rd, Palomar Mountain, CA 92060, USA

About the event

Thank you for joining us at OC Summer Camp. Our theme this year is “Anew”and we want to see students revived by the holy spirit and sent out to share the gospel. Theme verse:  Psalm 51:10-13

Who Can Go to Camp?

6th-12th Grade Students (going into the grade and graduating seniors) 

*Need at least 2 Adult Chaperones who meet AB-506 requirements per gender of campers attending

Date & Location:

Friday - Sunday, July 26-28, 2024

(Leave Church: July 26 at 1pm and Return to Church: July 28 at 2pm)

Palomar Christian Conference Center

34764 Doane Valley Rd, Palomar Mountain, CA 92060

Cost:

$20 Deposit by June 30th, 2024 

Church Information Form

(campers who sign up after this date will be on a first come, first serve basis as long as we have beds available)

What to Bring:

Follow it closely and you’ll be more prepared to take advantage of all the fun and excitement that Summer Camp will bring!

  • Camp Forms and Payment
  • Sleeping Bag or Linens
  • Pillow (Maybe even a couple of pillow cases for you heavy droolers...)
  • 1 Towel
  • Toiletries (Razors, Deodorant, Shampoo, Hairspray, etc.)
  • Toothpaste & Toothbrush (Please!!!)
  • Summer clothing for 3 days (No revealing clothing or inappropriate designs) 
  • Modest Swim Gear (If you would wear around your grandma or Jesus, you can wear it at camp) 
  • Light Jacket for night
  • Hat, sunglasses, Sunscreen, Chapstick (These will enhance your enjoyment level)
  • Bible, notebook, pen & pencil (You’ll get a lot of good use out of these!)
  • Flashlight (Have good batteries!)
  • Plastic Hanger for drying towel (Helpful, but not mandatory)
  • Plastic Bag for dirty clothes (Helpful, but not mandatory)
  • Spare Cash / Medicine (All medicine must be given to counselors)
  • Do Not Bring: Drugs, Alcohol, Weapons, Small Animals, Bad Attitude, Homework, Handheld Video Game Systems, 42” Flatscreen Plasma T.Vs, Skateboards, Surfboards, Skateboards, Fireworks, Matches/Lighters, Knives, Weapons, Small Thermo-Nuclear Devices, etc. (Any and/or all of these items will be confiscated from you. Leave them home. Thanks!)

Camper Safety: 

Depending on the size of your group, there is no guarantee that everyone can be together. Also, due to the regulations of AB-506 it will help us all if each church can bring at least 4 adults (2 male, 2 female). We understand this may not be possible, but it will help us comply with the law. The hope is that we will be able to help fill all of our rooms with at least 2 trusted adults to supervise our children. If this is not the case, then we may have some rooms without adults. 

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