Youth Retreats

Youth Retreats at Ross Point


Retreat StaffCABINPRTwo retreats for youth grades 6th through 12th are provided each year, one in late fall and one in the spring.  Ross Point youth retreats have a trained staff plus a counselor to camper ratio of 1:5. This ensures your child the attention and care they need for a lifetime of great retreat memories.

Our retreats are careful to provide grade/age appropriate activities, games, lessons, and speakers.

Ross Point camp program provides activities that are enjoyable and challenging. Activities may include: ~  Softball ~ Swimming ~ High Ropes Course ~  Bouldering Wall ~ Climbing Tower  ~ Outdoor Games ~ Beach Volleyball ~ Canoeing ~ Campfire ~ Miniature Golf ~ Singing ~ Crafts ~ Devotions ~ Horseshoes ~ Karaoke ~ Basketball ~ Kayaks ~ Aqua-Jump with Slide, Blob & Log Rolling

Fall Youth Retreat December 4-6, 2020

Theme:  On God’s Side

2020, am I right? Just saying the year now makes people roll their eyes, sigh heavily, or have their eyes twitch. Not only has it been the year of #COVID, but with the election this year, people seem to be more divided than ever. What does JESUS have to say about that? What “side” are we supposed to be on as a Christian? Not the way the world sees it – that’s continuing the division.

Romans 12:16 – Live in harmony with one another. Do not be proud, but be willing to associate with people of low position. Do not be conceited.

This weekend we will talk about what it means to LOVE without limits and how to respect someone who doesn’t share the same thoughts as you.
Bring a friend, bring someone maybe you don’t get along with, too!  You get to come to Ross Point and see real people, not a zoom call!

Speaker:  Andrew and Kristen Sayers

Kristen and Andrew have been ministering together for 14 years as street chaplains to homeless and incarcerated youth, they are foster parents and family advocates and the parents of two wonderfully wild little boys. When they aren’t ministering, you will find them on an adventure with the boys on their bikes, flying kites, chasing Kristen’s goats, or on a hike to some environmental treasure with a guitar strapped to Andrew’s back.

Director: Ericka Sayers

Ericka has been involved with Ross Point since last millennia – first attending Junior Camp in 1996. Growing up as a pastor’s kid, she moved around a lot, yet Ross Point was always there, and always a home to return to. She grew up quiet and shy, yet was stretched to counsel many times, worked on staff a few years, and directed Senior High Camp for five summers. She has worked at the largest high school in Washington State for the past 8 years as an American Sign Language Interpreter, and sees that “the struggle is real” for students nowadays! Ericka has passions for Jesus, honesty, worship, and wrestling. She wants to help encourage you to relax, restart, and GO!

REGISTER HERE

What to Bring (and not to):  Bring warm, casual clothing (be prepared for outdoor and recreational activities), sleeping bag and pillow, towels, toiletries, your Bible and notebook, and expectations for an awesome weekend.  Please leave behind watches, phones and other electronic devices.  Let’s make this a cell phone free weekend!

Registration Information:

This retreat is for students in grades 6 – 12.  The cost of this fun filled, exciting weekend is only $80.00. Registration begins at 7:00 pm on Friday night (no early birds, please).  The retreat ends at 2:00 pm on Sunday.

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Early Registration Discount:  If your registration is completed by November 20th, you receive $10.00 off your retreat fee.  Register on the Registration link or contact the office for assistance.

For more details click here:  Brochure

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