FAQs

Your Questions, Answered

Who is able to attend Mission Camp?

All students entering grades 6 through 12.

Where will Mission Camp take place?

At Morning Star Renewal Center, located at, 7275 SW 124th St, in Pinecrest.

Can I attend a morning and afternoon session in the same week?

Yes, you can attend any and all sessions throughout the entire summer. Each week and each session concentrates on a different Work of Mercy, so all sessions will have different activities and experiences.

Is space limited?

Yes, each session is limited in order to abide by all CDC regulations for social distancing.

How many service hours do we get per session?

Each session is a total of 15 hours. All participants are given a certificate of completion of 15 hours per session completed. Attendance will be taken each day and participants are expected to attend the entire session each day in order to receive the full credit of hours.
Additional service hours will be given for donation items as needed.

Do you offer siblings or multiple weeks discounts?

Yes, we give discounts for early registration for all participants, but no sibling discounts are given.
$200 per session through April 30
$250 per session through May 31
$275 per session through June 21 (Mission Camp start date)

Are participants required to wear masks while attending Mission Camp?

Yes, we follow all CDC guidelines.

Is lunch or a snack provided?

All participants should bring a water bottle and a snack if desired, as snacks will not be provided by Mission Camp.

How early can a camper be dropped off?

Campers may arrive on campus 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
For morning sessions (9 am - 12 pm), campers can arrive by 8:50 am.
For afternoon sessions (1 pm - 4 pm), campers can arrive by 12:50 pm.

What should each participant bring with them?

A water bottle, sunscreen, and a snack if desired. No valuables should ever be brought to camp. We strongly suggest that campers do not bring cell phones onto campus.

What do I do once I register?

Wait for a confirmation email with detailed information you will need in order to make Mission Camp a great experience.

What is Mission Camp’s cancellation policy?

Refunds are given up to one week prior to the session the camper will attend. No refund will be given within one week of the session(s) attending.

Can a camper change sessions once they register?

Mission Camp gives one free schedule change, after that, a $10 charge per camper will apply. All changes are based on availability.

What happens if a camper is not picked up once their session is over?

Each camper is given a 10 minute grace period to be picked up. After the 10 minute grace period, $10 per every 10 minutes will be charged. Campers must pay the late pick up fee prior to arriving the following day at Mission Camp.

Can a camper be picked up by someone else other than a parent?

As long as that person is listed on the campers pick up form.

Do campers need to complete any health forms?

There are medical questions on the camp registration form.