At Transit Weekend, students will experience exciting and helpful sessions, quality time with their small groups, and an afternoon of free-time fun—all this without leaving town! Our main sessions are held at Woodstock City Church, and small groups spend the night in host homes.
We offer financial assistance to families who need help due to a financial hardship. After the team reviews your application, they will determine if your student qualifies for a reduced rate and the amount. Our funding is limited, so a reduced rate is not guaranteed. Apply Here!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will cellphones be allowed for this event?
In order to maximize your student’s overall camp experience, all cellphones will be collected at check-in on Friday. (In fact, we prefer cellphones be left at home.) Small group leaders will keep collected phones in a bag in case of emergency.
How will parents be contacted in case of an emergency?
Someone on staff will call the phone number you provided when you registered your student. We will provide you with a main staff contact for Transit Weekend the week of the event, along with additional information about the weekend.
Will there be a medical professional at Transit Weekend?
Yes. We will have an EMT present during the main sessions. If your student is on medication, there will be a form to fill out at check-in.
Where will my student be staying during Transit Weekend?
Students will be staying in host homes with their small group throughout the weekend. You will receive an email the week of Transit Weekend with the address of the host home for your student’s small group.
What if my student has a food allergy?
Please indicate any allergies in your student’s registration. We will do our best to accommodate your student’s food allergy throughout the weekend.
Does my student need to bring anything for Transit Weekend?