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To accommodate all students, we've split them into two consecutive weekends based on the service their small group attends.

Select your student's service time.

9:00 a.m. Small Groups

October 13–15, 2023

11:00 a.m. Small Groups

October 20–22, 2023

Frequency is our weekend camp, for 7–8th grade, designed to help students reflect and dive deeper into their faith and the ways it connects to their everyday lives.

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Will cell phones be allowed for this event?

In order to maximize your student’s overall camp experience and limit distractions, all cell phones will be collected at check-in on Friday. (We prefer that they leave their cell phone at home.) Small group leaders will keep them in a bag in case of an emergency and return them after we leave camp on Sunday. You can contact your student’s small group leaders or a Transit staff member if you need to reach your student in the event of an emergency.

How will parents be contacted in case of an emergency?

Someone on our staff will call the phone number you provided us when you registered your student.

What if my student has a food allergy?

Please indicate this in your student’s registration. We will do our best to accommodate your student’s food allergy.

Will there be a medical professional at Frequency?

Yes. We will have nurses present throughout the event. If your student is on medication, we will collect their medication at check-in along with instructions for administering the medication. Our nurses, along with your student’s small group leaders, will help ensure your student takes their medication correctly.

Are there any additional forms required for this event?

All liability waivers and media releases are included within the event registration. If you would like to read the facility Waiver of Liability and Indemnification referenced in registration, you can find that here.

What’s the dress code?

Tops must have straps and be full-length. Shorts should be an appropriate length.
One piece bathing suits for girls. Full-length, loose-fitting swim trunks for guys.

What is the student/leader ratio?

Although we do not know the exact ratios until after registration closes, we like to have one leader for every eight students.

How do you determine the cost per student for your events?

Many factors play into this decision, and parents are often surprised to learn that our events do not pay for themselves. There is a portion of our yearly Transit budget that supplements the event cost. Some cost factors include: facility rental, transportation, camp production, medical professionals, security, lifeguards, and much more. Also, since we ask so much of our small group leaders, we use the cost of registration to cover their expenses for attending. So, when you pay for your student to attend one of our events, a portion of that money is used to cover the cost of their small group leader.

What is the cancellation policy?

Cancellations made before the first day of the event will receive a full refund.

What to bring:
  • Clothes that can (will) get dirty
  • Closed-toe athletic shoes you don’t mind getting dirty
  • Jacket or hoodie (evenings may get chilly)
  • Swimsuit (Girls: One-pieces / Guys: Loose-fitting swim trunks)
  • Pool towel and bath towel
  • Sleeping bag & pillow
  • Toiletries (deodorant, shampoo, soap, toothbrush, etc.)
  • Flashlight
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen & bug spray
  • Plastic bag for wet/dirty clothes
  • Bible, notebook, & pen
  • Money for snack bar (optional)
What NOT to bring:

Drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, fireworks, or prank supplies