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Fall 2017 Retreats
High School Fall Retreat: November 17-19, 2017. For students in grades 9-12. Join us for a weekend of community, growth and fun with keynote speaker Rev. Amanda Huels. (Yes, our very own Youth Pastor!!) Cost is $140/pp. Confidential scholarships are available.
Middle School Fall Retreat: December 1-3, 2017. For students in grades 6-8. This weekend will be filled with fellowship, community and growth! Cost is $140/pp. Confidential scholarships are available.
How to Register for Fall Retreats:
- Complete a PCW Youth 2017/2018 Registration Form
- CLICK HERE to pay online with a credit card. Payment may be made by cash or check in the church office.
- Create an account with Camp Johnsonburg:
- Go to www.campjburg.org and click the green button on the right side of the page that says “Register Online”. A new page will open, please click “Register Online” again. The system will then check to make sure you have the correct browser and bring up another box. In the center, please click “Continue to Registration”.
- Click on “Create New Account”. This will be for you, the parent/adult. It takes just a few minutes to fill out some biographical information to create one and add your “Camper”. (Your Camper is your Student going on the retreat.) A few steps into that process it will show you a page for a Group Hold Registration Code.
Group Hold Codes To Enter:
High School Youth: PCWHS
Middle School Youth: PCWMS
- Once the Group Hold Code is entered, select Youth Retreat and click “Save/Next”. You will then select the retreat they will be attending and the Tier Price for the retreat and click on “Save/Next”. PCW’s Tier Price should be listed as “$0.00”. Your payment for this retreat should have been turned in to Linnette in the church office, prior to this step. You will then complete the rest of the forms in the registration process.
High School Mission Trip: This trip is an amazing volunteer effort of PCW. Each year a team of adult leaders helps pull together a service trip for our high school students. The focus of these trips varies between poverty and natural disaster relief assistance. No matter the focus of our projects, each trip is about buy amoxil generic showing young people that God wants them to make this world more like the kingdom of God. This is a really popular event and we try to accommodate as many students as possible.
Middle School Mission Trip: The MSMT exposes some of our youngest youth to urban poverty in cities like Boston, Philadelphia and New York. On these trips middle school students get to experience putting their faith in action as we serve God’s people in need. The lessons they learn on this trip help students understand the mission of the Agape Community Kitchen and get them exciting about being involved with Agape.