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Published by Faith Fellowship Church, 2020-02-25 12:23:56

Summer Camp 2020 Brochure


Keywords: Summer Cmap


JUNE 7-12

Guest Speaker

We are excited to welcome Jay Sanders with his captivating
personality, joyful heart, and undeniable passion for God and for
the Next Generation. Jay communicates in a way that engages
youth, is culturally relevant, and Gospel centered. He fell in love
with the scriptures and vocational ministry after studying two
years at Word of Life Bible Institute and acquired a Bachelor's
degree in Biblical Studies at Liberty University. His desire is to
inspire the next generation to live full and die empty. In addition,
Jay serves as the College Pastor at Idlewild Church, in Lutz, FL.
Jay is a family man, husband of five years to his best friend,
Josefina. They love spending time with their dog, Journey. Jay is
excited to have this opportunity to minister to and inspire our


Maine Daily Activities

MORNING Worship with
Worship and Eternal Devotions at Baa Harbor AHOY BAND

MORNING SESSIONS AHOY Worship Band looks forward to leading youth in authentic and passionate
With Capt. Ann, the Lighthouse Keeper, worship at Youth Camp 2020. They are actively serving God and the music ministries
where you will be charting unseen territories. at their local churches, and are thrilled to serve in this unique and God-filled setting.
Andrew and Brenna Hoy live in Tampa, FL, with their 2 children, Sylvia and Emmett.
SUPER FUN TEACH-ME GROUPS Andrew and Brenna have led worship at many FFC retreats and also at FFC youth
Master an elective training class of camps. Ryan Carter, on electric guitar, will take leave from his Nashville internship,
to join the band. Josh Bullard, on drums, lives in Lakeland, FL. Noah Albritton, on
your choice in 4 days. bass, lives in Tampa, FL. AHOY Worship Band hopes to be used in powerful ways to
help students encounter God, while declaring and understanding His truths in their
SEASIDE CAFE lives through music, scripture, and their testimony of His grace in their own lives.
Awesome Meals and Endless Ice Cream Bar

Afternoon Shore Leave
(Not Reely)
Jet Skis/Tubing
Swimming in Pool Billiards
Basketball Ping Pong
Gaga Ball Frisbee

Afternoon Challenges


Shaving Cream Battle/Slip & Slide



Maine Evening Activities

Sunday Sea Ya’ at the Welcome Games
Monday Wind and Wave Challenge Event
Tuesday Under the Sea Dance
Wednesday Unseen Talent Show
Thursday 20/20 Trivia

Evening Services

In the Maine Room where
the unseen is revealed.

Set sail with worship

Anchor down and fix your
eyes on Jesus with

2 Corinthians 4:18 So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on
what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary,
but what is unseen is eternal.


KIDS’ CAMP: Rising 3rd-6th graders

YOUTH CAMP: Rising 7th-12th grade graduates

DATES & LOCATION: Sunday-Friday, 6/7-6/12 Webber International University

1201 N. Scenic Hwy., Babson Park, FL 33827

CHECK-IN: Sunday, June 7, 3-4PM at Webber International University

CHECK-OUT: Friday, June 12, 12PM * Coming Home Service is at 7:30PM * Dinner is at 9PM.

KIDS’ COST: Early Price is $300 with $80 non-refundable deposit by 5/3/20

Late Price is $350 with $80 non-refundable deposit after 5/3/20

YOUTH COST: Early Price is $320 with $80 non-refundable deposit by 5/3/20

Late Price is $370 with $80 non-refundable deposit after 5/3/20

Payments may be made by cash, check or credit card. (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover)


Contact Faith Fellowship Church Office at (321) 259-7200, ext. 1

E-mail Camp Directors at: [email protected]

E-mail campers at this address from Sunday - Thursday evening

HEALTH CARE: Camp Staff includes Registered Nurses. Health Consent and Release Forms, listing any
allergies and special health conditions, along with permission to administer over-the-counter medications
as needed for common ailments, must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian. Only essential
prescription and daily allergy medications in original bottles (no vitamins or over-the-counter pain relievers)
are to be turned in with your camper at Registration, for the safety of other campers.
TRANSPORTATION: Parents are encouraged to drive to camp and share in the Sunday Welcome Dinner.
Bus transportation is available at an extra cost of $25 EACH WAY, and students must be paid in full by
WHAT TO BRING: Alarm clock (not your phone alarm), sleeping bag or twin extra-long sheets and blanket,
pillow, towels and washcloths; Bible (not an app on your phone); comfortable and modest clothes, modest
bathing suit (no bikinis, thongs, or Speedos), costumes for the dance and talent show, jacket or sweatshirt
suggested for air conditioned spaces, personal toiletries, sunscreen, rain slicker. Snack money, sports
equipment (ball glove, tennis racket), musical instruments and cameras are optional.
CAMP CONTACT: Daytime Phone: 863-638-2912 or 863-638-1431 Evening Phone: 863-605-2499
CAMP DIRECTORS: Pastor Ann Hoy, Youth Pastor
Greg Lambert and Robin Gill, Senior High Jesus Pino and Deanne Draa, Junior High

camp rules

CONTRACTS: All campers and parents must sign the Camp Rules Contract.
- Students will sign the Summer Camp Code of Conduct.
- Students planning to bring cell phones must sign the FFC Student Cell Phone Policy.

PARTICIPATION: All campers remain at camp for the full week and participate in all daily activities.
ZERO TOLERANCE ITEMS: Tobacco and vaping products, alcoholic beverages, and non-prescription drugs
will not be tolerated. Violators will be sent home at their own expense.
PROHIBITED AT CAMP / WHAT NOT TO BRING: iPad/iPod, tablets, Air Pods/earbuds, any electronics
other than your phone, shaving cream, hair dyes, pornographic magazines, fireworks, stink bombs,
water balloons, hockey sticks, bikes or skateboards, illegal drugs, alcohol, lighters, any form of tobacco,
vaping or vaping supplies, knives, weapons.
CLOTHING: Clothing should be modest. T-shirts and shorts should not be too revealing or otherwise
distracting. Logos/emblems should be appropriate for camp. Campers are not allowed to wear t-strap or
spaghetti strap shirts, or tank tops with deep arm holes, and no undergarments or midriffs showing. Shoes
are to be worn at all times for safety. Campers will receive a camp t-shirt to be worn on camp photo day, at
the Coming Home Service, and at Camp Celebration Worship Services on the following Saturday at 6pm,
and Sunday at 9am and 10:45am.
CELL PHONE POLICY: Cell phone use at camp is limited to free time. Cell phone use is not permitted
during teaching sessions, including Morning Devotions, Teach Me Groups, Pastor Ann’s House, Evening
Worship, and Evening Devotions in the dorms. Use of a cell phone to access an online Bible is not
acceptable during teaching sessions.
UNIVERSITY FACILITIES: Male and female campers will reside in separate air-conditioned dorm rooms.
Male campers are not allowed in female quarters and vice versa. Dorm windows are to remain closed and
locked for the duration of camp. No campers are allowed in unused rooms or buildings.
AUTOMOBILES AND LEAVING CAMP: Campers may not drive automobiles during camp week or leave
camp without permission from the Camp Directors.
NAMETAGS: MUST be worn at all times. It is your ID and meal ticket. If lost, replacements are $1 each.

Faith Fellowship Church // 2820 Business Center Boulevard, Melbourne, FL 32940
321-259-7200, ext. 1

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