Register for

Friday-Sunday, March 18-20

The Weekend will be an experience like no other for all middle and high school students in the Lake Area. Students will engage in high-energy worship, relevant teaching, breakout sessions, service projects and loads of fun. This is an overnight weekend where everything takes place at Trinity and then students sleep overnight in families’ homes. This experience will be the best weekend for your students all year, guaranteed!

Cost: $69 per student. The price includes the experience, food and a T-shirt.

Speaker

Kacy Benson

Band

Sam Hardie Band

Special guest

Coming Soon

Schedule

Friday
5 p.m. Leader Meeting
6 p.m. Check-in (student area)
Dinner — after check-in
7 p.m. Session 1 (Central Venue)
9 p.m. Dismiss to host homes
9:30 p.m. Group time at host homes

Saturday
Breakfast at host homes
10 a.m. Session 2 (Central Venue)
11:30 a.m. Group time (on-campus)
Noon Lunch (Fellowship Hall)
1 p.m. Rec time
3 p.m. Free time
5:30 p.m. Dinner (Fellowship Hall)
7 p.m. Session 3 (Central Venue)
9 p.m. Late night (special guest)
10:30 p.m. Head to host homes

Sunday
9:30 a.m. Breakfast/small groups
10:45 a.m. Worship
Noon Head home
Schedule subject to change

FAQ

How will students be organized into small groups in homes?
The students will be with their same gender and age group. Students have the option of requesting a friend to be in the home with them. Then, this group of students will be paired with a couple of group leaders and a Trinity member’s home (that our staff has checked and approved).
What about transportation to and from the activities? 
Our staff team will organize a transportation plan that focuses on the safety of the students. Although many college leaders will assist us in being leaders over the weekend, we ask that all drivers be at least 22 years old and have a safe driving record.
Is it possible for a student to leave a part of the weekend due to a prior commitment (i.e. game or practice)? 
Yes! We will have a time away card that each student and parent can fill out before the weekend to be able to participate in an outside event.
Do students need to bring money? 
There will be merchandise from the speaker and band that will be available for purchase before and after sessions. That would be the only need to bring money.
What should students bring?
  • Bible, pen and journal
  • Sleeping bag and pillow
  • Towel
  • Personal hygiene items (deodorant, toothbrush, shampoo, etc.)
  • Recreation clothes

Questions?

David Doyle
Student/Evangelism Pastor
ddoyle@tbclc.org
803.386.4373
Andrew Willis
Associate Student/College Pastor
awillis@tbclc.org
337.563.1482
Darlene Floyd
Student Ministry Assistant
dfloyd@tbclc.org