1 – Camp programming will change.

Campers will be assigned to groups called PODs (points of discipleship) with their counselors. They will stay with their POD all week and only come together with other PODs during worship and lunch. Hand washing will increase significantly.

2 – More fresh air.

Much of their day, campers will be outdoors, but when they are inside, air will be circulated regularly which will will help facilitate the movement of fresh air in accordance with CDC recommendations.

3 – Facilities are undergoing increased cleaning and sanitizing.

Areas and structures that are community spaces will be wiped down with sanitizer multiple times a day between each POD use.

4 – There will be a certified medical professional onsite.

Parents, your child’s safety is our priority. As always a medical professional will be onsite.

5 – Service styles are being changed to provide additional safety for the following:   

  • Food service
  • Registration/check-in
  • Closing programs

See the revised Green Phase Health and Safety Plan for 2020 here.

See the entire Yellow Phase Health and Safety Plan for 2020 here.

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