Midwinter Retreats 2017
"May the Faith Be With You"
There are two MidWinter options this year at Bridgeport Camp. Simply select which dates work best for your group!
January 27-29, 2017 at Bridgeport Camp
Registration for MidWinter 1 is closed.
February 10-12, 2017 at Bridgeport Camp
Registration for MidWinter 2 is closed.
If you have questions, please call Chelsea at 940-683-2555.
Join us for a weekend of exciting teaching, relevant messages and powerful music in an inviting community. These are mixed MidWinters — both junior high and senior high are invited.
Check-in is from 8:00 p.m.-8:45 p.m. on Friday night. We conclude by 11:30 a.m. on Sunday.
You must bring 1 adult for every 1-7 youth. Please note gender ratios of youth to adults (i.e. bringing 7 girls and 1 male adult makes cabin assignments difficult).
ALL Adults must register, pay, submit MinistrySafe certificate, clear background check and sign a medical release. MinistrySafe certificates must be dated within 2 years of the last day of the event you are registering for. Background checks and medical release forms must be dated within ONE year of the last day of the event.
Please submit a signed Medical Release Form for each person registered for MidWinter 1 and 2.
Registration Costs and Deadlines
REGULAR REGISTRATION $105 until midnight January 4, 2017
Late Registration $125 for MidWinter 1:
January 5-17, 2017 at midnight or until FULL
No Registration for MidWinter 1 after January 17, 2017
Late Registration $125 for MidWinter 2:
January 5-30, 2017 at midnight or until FULL
No Registration for MidWinter 2 after January 30, 2017
Registration for CCYM members:
$55 prior to midnight January 4, 2017; $65 January 7, 2017 to end
Complimentary registration for Directors, Musicians, Speaker, Nurse
- Willingness to learn and grow in faith
- Sleeping bag or sheets and a blanket for twin bed
- Towel and washcloth
- Sleeping attire
- Casual clothes
- Comfortable shoes
- Reusable water bottle
- Warm Clothes … check the weather!
- Rain gear … check the weather!
- Money for Youth Service Fundraiser and Snack-Shack
- Signed Medical Release Form
- Medications clearly labeled
- Adults – Background check and MinistrySafe certificate
Do NOT Bring:
- Closed mind or negative attitude
- Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or substances
- Any weapons
- Wheels (hoverboards, skateboards, roller blades, etc.)
MidWinter retreats are sponsored and led by the North Texas UMC Conference Council on Youth Ministries.
Registration is now closed!
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Dates: September 24-25, 2016
Join us for a Bible Retreat for children who will be in Grades 3-5 in the 2016-2017 school year. This year will be our own Camp Bible Fair! The fair has so many traditions —as does our faith! We will explore the Bible and our Traditions like communion, baptism, liturgical seasons, Methodist heritage and worship.
We will have a FAIR! We'll bake bread, do arts and crafts, sing, play Bible games, worship and much more!!
All Campers and Adults arrive at 10:00 a.m. Saturday.
Families and friends are encouraged to join us for Worship at Camp led by the campers before picking up the students on Sunday morning! Worship at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, and then depart!
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Registration closed on September 12, 2016.
Confirmation Connection Retreat
January 13-15, 2017
Confirmation Connection is a new retreat style confirmation program in the North Texas Conference that partners with local UMC Churches to provide a connectional confirmation experience. The Curriculum for the weekend is developed from the Credo Curriculum and will fit well with what UMC Churches are already doing with their Confirmation classes.
Registration is closed. Please contact Chelsea at (940) 683-2555 with questions.
Who: Junior High and Senior High Youth
When: January 13-15, 2017
Where: Bridgeport Camp and Conference Center
Cost: $100 per student
For more information, please contact: Joseph Bradley at Joseph@ntcumc.org.
The Weekend Curriculum includes worship, meditation and 4 Small Group Sessions that focus on Discipleship, The Wesleyan Quadrilateral, Living a Holy Life, and Grace. The curriculum is rooted with Wesleyan Theology and should fit well with other confirmation curriculums.
After registering, you will be invited to join in a conversation about these topics, what will be discussed, and next steps after the Confirmation Camp to keep the discussion going.