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ABOUT

 JUNE 14-17, 2016  |  7th grade-12th grade grads
LOCATION: Goldenbell Camp in Divide, Colorado.

 

SuperNOVA Summer Camp will be your favorite week of your summer! Hosted by: NOVA Student Ministry, of Church for All Nations.

 

Imagine CREATIVITY + FUN + FRIENDS + GREAT FOOD + POWERFUL WORSHIP + LIFE-CHANGING TEACHING + YOU!
DIG, DIE, REPEAT
Life is not a one-time victory. It’s an ongoing series of choices. Will you keep digging even when it’s hard? Even a SEED must die to find new life and flourish with growth. As we die to selfishness, even GREATER potential within us will thrive! And, yes, as long as it takes, we will REPEAT the process, as God transforms us into the UNSTOPPABLE generation he wants us to be.

GENERAL INFO

COST: $235

 

STUDENT CHECK-IN | Tuesday, June 14 | 12pm at CFAN Northeast Campus
(Bring a Sack Lunch + Luggage and Bedding.)

 

STUDENT PICK-UP | Friday, June 17 | 2pm at CFAN Northeast Campus
DAILY SCHEDULE INCLUDES:
  • 3 Healthy Meals a Day!
  • Guys/Girls Morning Sessions
  • Breakout Sessions (Interest Groups, i.e. Photography, Basketball, Babysitting, Cooking, etc.)
  • Team Games (Human Hungry Hippos will be back!)
  • Afternoon Free-Time (Swimming Pool, Putt-Putt, Volleyball, indoor gym, and more!)
  • Fun Evening Events (Glow-in-the-Dark Dodge Ball, Mega Talent Show.)
  • Evening Worship Sessions (Featuring our very own, Pastor Mark Cowart!)

YOUR HOSTS

Pastor Mark Cowart

Camp Speaker

Pastors Luke and Tiffany Pastor

Northeast Campus
NOVA Pastors

Pastors Jim and Michelle Vickers

Southwest Campus
NOVA Pastors

Pastor Joanne Metcalf

Liberal Campus
NOVA Pastor

Pastor Rachel Swalley

Littleton Campus
NOVA Pastor

Joel Miranda

NextGen Ministry Administration

Zach Yocum

NextGen Ministry Creative

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT TO BRING?
  • Casual modest clothing, bedding and pillow, toiletries, towel, Bible and journal, shoes, one-piece swimsuit, sweater for cool weather.

 

WHAT NOT TO BRING?
  • Illegal substances, technical devices (tablet, phone, etc.), non-prescription drugs.
  • Expensive valuables should be left at home.

 

WHAT ABOUT HEALTH CARE?
  • Health Consent and Release Forms MUST be completed by a parent or guardian. Any medication must be turned in to the camp nurse with written instructions at Check-In. The camp nurse will dispense medication per parental instruction.

 

DO WE NEED EXTRA MONEY?
  • A snack shop on campus will offer a variety of options for purchase.
  • A list of particular afternoon activities for an additional fee is also available.

 

TRANSPORTATION:
  • After Check-In at CFAN NE Campus, transportation is provided to Camp Golden Bell.
  • Liberal and Littleton Campuses will travel together from their campus to NE campus. (Please contact your campus pastor for those details.)

 

FUNDRAISING | SCHOLARSHIPS
  • Each campus is organizing different opportunities to raise funds for camp. Contact your campus pastor to learn more!

 

WHO ARE THE LEADERS?
  • An AMAZING team of adult volunteer leaders will be joining us! These leaders have all submitted to background checks, attend CFAN, and are hand-picked by the NOVA pastors. They each contribute with joyful hearts, and display humility as they serve.

CONTACT

Northeast Campus

Joel Miranda

719-591-1800

E-mail

Southwest Campus

Michelle Vickers

719-329-1820

E-mail

Littleton Campus

Rachel Swalley

303-979-3653

E-mail

Liberal Campus

Joanne Metcalf

620-624-4416

E-mail

GOLDEN BELL LOCATION

RULES

1. Be on time! All students must attend teaching sessions. If a student feels sick and misses morning sessions, they will need to rest in their dorm during afternoon free-time as well.

 

2. Students should not enter unassigned rooms. If students who have been assigned to separate rooms want to hangout, there are plenty of common areas available to do so.

 

3. There is a ZERO TOLERANCE of illegal substances such as: non-prescription drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, etc. If these items are found in a student’s possession, a parent/guardian will be called for immediate pick-up.

 

4. Attitude is Everything. Bullying, pranks, coarse talk, disrespect, or disruptive behavior are not acceptable. Let’s make our camp an environment of love and courtesy.

 

5. Friends Only! Camp is not the place to start a romantic relationship. Inappropriate public displays of affection are not allowed.

 

6. Students must eat at every meal. It’s too easy to skip a meal, eat snacks, and get dehydrated. Water bottles are provided for students on campus.

 

7. Attire: We always say “Modest is Hottest!” Please wear modest clothing with appropriate imagery and text. No under-garments should be displayed. Girl should have one-piece swimwear. Guys, please leave the speedos at home!

 

8. A “Lights Out” evening curfew is to be followed so that students can rest and get the most out of all planned activities during the day.

 

9. Students must remain on campus at all times.

 

10. Use of cell phones is permitted solely for calling parents.

 

11. Have fun!