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Frequently Asked Questions

You've got questions...we've got answers. 

We have separated questions into the following categories:

General

Registration & Payments

First Day of Camp

Check-out and Pick-up

Parents

Youth Pastors/Leaders

Junior & Adult Staff Volunteers

Food

Lodging

What to Bring

USEFUL PDF DOCUMENTS

Modesty Policy

Full Packing List

Schedule

First Day of Camp

Check-out & Pick-up

Parents

Youth Pastors/Leaders

Junior & Adult Staff Volunteers

Food

Lodging

What to Bring/Packing List

Who can attend Camp Mashiach?

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Can I bring my child younger than 6 to camp?

3

Does my child have to attend a Messianic Fellowship to come to camp?

4

What is the schedule for Camp?

5

What should I plan to bring? Is there a packing list?

6

Are there laundry facilities I can use while at camp?

7

Do I need to bring physical copies of my registration forms to camp?

8

My child/camper takes daily medication. Is there a policy for this at Camp?  

9

Do campers need to bring extra money?

10

Are cell phones/iPads/computers allowed at Camp?

11

Can I bring my dog/cat/bird/mongoose/alpaca/river otter/raccoon/armadillo/ocelot/other pet to camp?

12

What safety precautions are taken at the pool?

13

Will guys and girls swim together? One-pieces or two-pieces for girls?

14

Who are the Camp volunteers/staff?

15

Who should I contact in case of an emergency?

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My camper or I can only stay a couple of days. Can I still attend camp? 

1

How do I register my child/student for Camp?

2

How do I pay my deposit?

3

What if my church is paying part or all of the registration cost?

4

What forms of payment do you accept?

5

Can I pay in full for Camp when I register?

6

Can I make an additional payment for someone already registered?

7

Can I pay my balance the day of Camp?

8

Is there still a paper form that I can fill out?

1

What time do I need to arrive on registration day and where do I go?

2

What should I bring to registration?

3

How do I get my child's/camper’s luggage to their cabin?

4

Why can't I just drive my vehicle into the cabin area to unload my luggage?

1

What if my child/student has to leave Camp during the week for a sports game, work, family function, doctor's appointment, etc.?

2

What if my child/student gets sick/homesick during the week?

3

What time does Camp end on Friday?

1

Can I come and visit my child during the week?

2

Can I “Hang Out” for the week or “come and go as I please” at camp while my child is there?

1

I'm the Youth Pastor/Pastor/Leader/Volunteer at my church/fellowship. Do I still need to fill out a registration form?

2

Will all the students from my church/fellowship be in the same cabin together?

3

When will I be notified which tribe my camper will be on for team competitions?

4

Are there promotional posters or images I can use to promote Camp?

5

Since registration is online, how can I know who is registered from my fellowship?

6

Can I just register all of the students from my church as a group?

7

I need to make a payment for one or multiple students from my church. What's the process for doing that?

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Please note

1

How do I register as a Staff volunteer for Camp?

2

I do not have children. Can I still volunteer to serve at camp?      

3

Can I “hang out” for the week or “come and go as I please” at camp?   

4

What positions/roles are available to serve in during camp?  

5

What does it take to be a Tribe Leader?  

1

Does Camp Mashiach serve Biblically clean food?  

2

Can I bring my own food to camp?   

3

Can I cook my own food while at camp?  

4

Are there any price discounts if I bring my own food?     

5

Can I bring my crockpot? 

6

Do you have Gluten Free, Diabetic, and Vegan Options?   

1

What are the sleeping arrangements at Camp?  

2

Who gets to stay in the Hotel-Style suites?     

3

Can I pay extra to stay in the Hotel Suites?  

4

I am a light sleeper/need 8+ hours of sleep at night. Can I have a hotel room?  

5

Do you have sites for a camper/RV?

6

If I am registering for camp, do I have to sleep at camp?  

7

Can I find out before camp who I am in a bunk house with?      

8

Will all the students from my church be in the same cabin together?

9

Can I switch bunkhouses after I arrive at camp so I can be with a specific friend? 

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Are Males/Females allowed into the opposite gender’s sleeping quarters?   

Any child who is 6-18 years old as of May 31 of the current year.

Junior Staff [ages 19-23] & Adult Staff [ages 24+] volunteer positions are available too.

SLEEPING STUFF:
• Sleeping bag or twin sheets/blanket & pillow

BATHROOM STUFF:

  • Deodorant [NOT A SUGGESTION!]

  • Towels: A couple for the pool, and a couple for the shower, washcloths

  • General hygiene items  

  • Toothbrush, Toothpaste, etc…

  • Soap

  • Shampoo/Hair Care stuff

  • Flip flops [for the showers]

Clothing Stuff [See our Modesty Policy Here]
You will likely change clothes at least a couple times each day

  • Closed Toed Shoes for all activities 

  • Plenty of MODEST shorts

  • Tennis shoes [comfortable for walking/running]

  •  Bathing suit [appropriate one-piece suits for girls; appropriate shorts for guys]

  • T-Shirts [minimum of 10 suggested. Make sure a couple are dark for swimming]

  • Clothing for theme nights [if you’re planning on participating]

  • Underwear [10+ pairs]

  • Poncho or Raincoat [It usually rains at least once at camp!]

  • Modest Pajamas

  • Socks [10-12 pairs]

  • A couple of pairs of Jeans/Pants

  • Sweatshirt/jacket/long-sleeved shirt

OTHER STUFF

  • Bible, Notebook/Journal with Pen

  • Extra Money [for Snack Shack, Snack Cards, Shirts, Etc…]

  • Flashlight with fresh batteries

  • Watch [to tell time since you will not have your phone]

  • Electrolyte Packs to help with hydration. We recommend Liquid IV or Gatorlytes]

  • Bookbag/backpack to hold Bible, Flashlight, Water bottle, etc…

  • Anything needed for the Open-Air Camp Talent Show [Dance shoes, musical instruments, flags, etc…]

  • Alarm Clock

  • Sharpies [Black & Silver] for signing shirts/hats

DON’T BRING!

  • Drama between yourself and another camper.

  • Anything valuable that may be lost or broken. We are NOT responsible for anything you may lose or misplace while you are at camp.

  • Weapons of any kind. 

  • Anything that blows up, explodes, shoots, or creates fire.

  • Tobacco in any form, Vapes of any kind. 

  • Alcohol in any form.

  • Drugs

  • Any item with direct ties to the occult [Magic: The Gathering cards, jewelry, etc…]

  • Anything you might be “unsure of”, as your Youth Leader/Pastor. [If you are unsure, chances are you shouldn’t bring it to camp].

  • Strongly scented perfumes, spray colognes [Axe], etc…

FULL PACKING LIST

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