Wild Week

Doe River Gorge, TN
June 29-July 3, 2019
For students who will have completed 5th - 7th grade as of Summer 2019
Wild Week is an incredible week at Doe River Gorge filled with rec games, team challenges, late night events, and more! People will talk about this week all year, you do not want to miss out!

IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED AND PAID YOUR DEPOSIT...CLICK HERE TO PAY REMAINING BALANCE.

Concord Students Scholarship Application

F.A.Q.s

Who can come to Wild Week?
Wild Week is for students who have completed 5th - 7th grade as of summer 2019.

When are we leaving and coming back?
Check in begins Saturday, June 29 at 12:00 pm in the Student Building. Please have your student eat lunch before arriving.
We will be returning Wednesday, July 3 at 12:00 pm to the Student Building
We will be traveling by school bus.

What is the cost and what does it cover?
The cost of the trip is $325. There is a $50 non-refundable deposit due at signup. It includes all travel, lodging, meals, t-shirt, rec, speaker, band, etc. The only thing not covered will be money for souvenirs or personal spending (parent discretion). Final payment is due June 19th. The cost of Wild Week increases to $375 on June 3rd.

 We don't want finances to be an issue for any student wanting to attend Wild Week. If you are in need of a scholarship you can complete our online scholarship form.

Where will we be staying?          
Doe River Gorge - 220 Doe River Gorge Rd. Hampton, TN 37658

 We will be staying in lodges. Each cabin is made up of several sleeping rooms. The rooms have 3-5 bunk beds. There will be 6-10 students in each room as well as one leader. The sleeping rooms have a bathroom with two sinks, two showers and two toilets. Food is not allowed in the lodge. Students may request one person they would like to stay with at camp. Our goal is to put students with their friends and we work hard to make that happen.

What are color teams?
During the majority of camp students spend time with their cabin mates and their friends. For our Rec time and morning worship we divide students into color teams they compete on. Students will be paired with at least one friend on their color team.

What happens in medical situations?
We will be traveling with a licensed nurse who will handle medical situations. We also require all students to check in all medications (prescription and non-prescription) to our staff for safety.

What happens with phones?
Students will be allowed to bring their phones with them on the bus ride to and from camp. All students will be asked to send a message to their parents when we arrive to let them know we are safe and then will check their phones in for the remainder of camp. Phones will be returned when we get on the bus to come home. Service is very limited at the camp location but our staff will have their phones on at all times.

Who is organizing this camp?
Wild week is completely run by and organized by First Baptist Concord. We work in conjunction with Doe River Gorge who rents their facility to our church.

I have more questions.
No problem! You can check out our parent packet or call or email Michelle in the Student Ministry office at msledge@fbconcord.org or 865-966-9791

PACKING

what to bring :: what not to bring

BRING:

  • Pillow and sleeping bag or twin XL sheets.
  • Bible and pen
  • TOWELS! Make sure you have plenty of towels as towels are not provided.
  • Athletic clothing for 4 days
  • Casual clothing for 5 days
  • Swimsuits (For girls: one piece or a tankini that covers the midriff)
  • Toiletries (Toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, sunscreen, etc.)
  • Athletic shoes, sandals (must have heel strap), and flip flops for shower.
  • Jacket/sweatshirts
  • Flashlight
  • Water bottle
  • Medications (all must be checked in with camp staff)
  • Camp T-shirt (wear on last day)
  • Money for snacks and merchandise.

DO NOT BRING:

  • Short shorts
  • No halter tops, or tube tops.
  • Clothes with questionable or inappropriate slogans.
  • Food, gum, candy or drinks.
  • Fireworks, Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, or Weapons!
  • Nothing for pranks: shaving cream, water balloons, etc.
  • Phones are allowed on the bus, but will be checked in once we arrive at camp.

SCHEDULE

what is happening :: when is it happening

Saturday

            12:00pm - Check in
            12:30pm - Depart
            3:30pm - Orientation and Check-in
            4:00pm - Free Time
            6:00pm - Clean-up/Dinner
            7:00pm - Worship
            9:00pm - Rally the Teams
            11:00pm - In Rooms
            11:30 pm - Lights Out

Sunday-Tuesday

            8:00am - Breakfast
            8:30am - Devos
            9:00am - Team Time
            10:00am - Morning Worship
            11:30am - Lunch
            12:30 pm - REC
            2:00pm - Free Time
            5:00pm - Clean-up
            6:00pm - Dinner
            7:00pm - Worship
            9:00 - Late Night
            11:00pm - In Rooms
            11:30pm - Lights Out

Monday

            8:00am - Breakfast
            8:30am - Depart
            12:00pm - Arrive at First Baptist Concord

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