Mission Camp

Frequently Asked Questions

What safety protocols will be in place regarding COVID?

In order to keep our students and leaders safe, we will use recommendations from local & state health officials, Lee University & Student Life.

  • Face coverings will be required for all participants and staff at Mission Camp. Approved face coverings must be properly worn at all time while indoors in public spaces, and outdoors, if not socially distanced. Mission Camp will not provide face coverings but will have them available for purchase on site.

What is Mission Camp?

Student Life Mission Camp is a Christ-centered camp for completed 6th-12th graders. It includes engaging worship from experienced worship leaders, learning through sound biblical teaching and Bible study, community in Life Groups, and mission projects in the local communities. It's a week of focused learning, heartfelt praise, community building, teamwork, and most importantly, God's Word on center stage.

Where are students staying while at Mission Camp?

Students will be staying in dorms at Lee University.

What does a day at Mission Camp typically look like?

Typical Schedule:

7:00

Breakfast & Quiet Time

8:15

Life Group Leader Meeting

9:00

Rise

10:15

Mission Huddle

11:00

Lunch

11:30

Leave for Mission Sites

4:00

Back on Campus (Supply Drop-Off on Day 4)

4:00

Free Time Options

5:00

Dinner

6:15

Life Group Bible Study

6:30

Student Pastor Gathering

7:30

Worship

9:15

Church Group Gathering

11:00

Lights Out

How are students getting to & from camp?

We will be using charter buses to transport our students to and from Revolution Church and Lee University.

Is Mission Camp offered to students outside of Revolution Church?

Yes, this camp is open to any student inside and outside of Revolution Church.

Is there a cell phone number I can contact in case of an emergency?

Yes, there will be a point of contact for our time at Mission Camp. We will be giving that information out during our Camp Meeting on May 16th beginning at 3pm at Revolution Canton.

Do you offer multiple student discounts for siblings?

We are not offering multiple student discounts this year. We have made the price as affordable as possible for everyone.

What if my student needs to take daily medication?

We will be taking a nurse with us who will be able to handle student medications.

Is there a packing list?

Yes, that will also be information given out at our Camp Meeting on May 16th at 3pm.

When is the full payment due?

All students must be paid in full by Sunday, May 16th.

Is there a refund policy if we have to cancel my student’s registration?

We will be able to give a FULL REFUND (plus deposit) through March 31st, a FULL REFUND (minus deposit) through April 30th, and NO REFUND after April 30th.

What is the leader to student ratio?

There is a 1 leader to 7 student ratio.

What if my student has a food allergy?

Lee University accommodates allergies during meals. Specific allergies should be listed on a student's medication form.