FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Summer Camp


What are the Winter Retreat dates?

Friday, Jan. 5 – Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018

What are the ages permitted to attend Winter Retreat?

Due to the nature of the retreat, ages 14 to 18 are permitted.

How can I register my student for Acts-Twenty9 Winter Retreat?

Visit clministry.com/winter and click on the ‘registration’ tab.

A step-by-step overview of the online registration process is located on the registration page to assist you in making a payment and downloading the ‘Consent and Release Waiver’.

How much does Acts-Twenty9 Winter Retreat cost and what does that amount include?

There is a total cost of $150 per registrant, which includes 5 meals, lodging for 2 nights, transportation to and from the campgrounds, and activities.

When does my child need to be fully registered?

The registration deadline is Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017 (5 days prior to Winter Retreat).

To be fully registered, one must have turned in a completed Consent and Release Waiver, and paid the full registration amount of $150.00 for each child by the date listed.

Where is Acts-Twenty9 Winter Retreat?

Old Oak Ranch
15250 Old Oak Ranch Rd.
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 532-4295
www.oldoak.com

What do I need to pack?

You’ll need to bring the following:

Casual clothing for 3 days, under garments, sleepwear, recreational clothing, socks, and shoes, jacket and/or sweaters

Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, razor
Towels, washcloths, pillow, your own bedding (sleeping bag or sheets and blankets) Alarm clock, flashlight, batteries (optional items)
Bug repellent
Bible and notebook

Extra Money: There are concessions. We recommend that you don’t bring a lot of money, only what you think you will spend. Typically, $10 is plenty, as all meals are provided throughout our stay.

What is not allowed to be brought to camp?

Please don’t bring these things to Acts-Twenty9 Winter Retreat, as they are not in the spirit of the camp, and will be confiscated. Please note- students with these items may be at risk of being sent home early with no reimbursement:

Alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, weapons

Electronic devices: i.e. cell phones, cameras, smart watches, iPods, handheld games, etc.

Jewelry, make up
Items used to prank other campers

Is there free time?

YES! Students have free time in the afternoon and after the evening service. During these times they are able to participate in the following:

Volleyball
Basketball
Hikes (Daytime only) Indoor games Bonfires

How can I contact my student during Acts-Twenty9 Winter Retreat?

You can reach us via email at actstwenty9@gmail.com if you need to speak with the camp staff or your child while we’re away at camp.


To download the Winter Retreat FAQ sheet as a PDF, click here.