Life Teen Summer Camp Essay Contest
COVECREST – Tiger, GA
Date: August 2nd - August 8th, 2020
Grades: Incoming 9th & 10th graders
What is it? Covecrest is a week-long summer camp designed especially for high school students located in the North Georgia Mountains in Tiger, GA. Summer camp at Covecrest is an incredible opportunity for your teen to encounter God working in their life and develop friendships with other teens.
For over 15 years, LifeTeen has provided experiences at summer camp where high school teens are able to be free and confident in themselves, develop new friendships with other teens from their parish, and encounter God working in their lives. This is the summer that your teen will begin to experience a bigger and better life than you ever thought possible.
Yes, there is an application process. We have reserved 11 spots, which is phenomenal. Please take advantage of it and apply. The Application can be found below. When selecting participants, one’s participating in OLPH Youth Ministry programs will also be considered in addition to the essay answers. Application due March 25th.
The group will plan to fly out together with one male and one female adult chaperone, who will be attending the camp. No additional expense for traveling tickets.
White water rafting, high & low ropes challenge course, Messy Games, Obstacle Courses, Art Barn, Frisbee, Volleyball, Basketball, Rosary Walk, Stations of the Cross & much more.
Helping teens grow closer to Christ, but also grow closer together as a parish. No teen can register by themselves, a big focus is Parish-based Discipleship
Scenic waterfall, big open fields for play, brand new meeting spaces & Chapel, Tempur-pedic mattresses, professional chef, dynamic leadership teams & more.
Why should you send you teen to camp?
To help them have an unforgettable summer camp experience with the classic camp elements, paired with the beauty of the Catholic faith, that will help them learn about, grow in, and take ownership of their faith, while growing closer to the rest of their parish, in a safe environment that encourages teens to be teens, and let down any walls they’ve built up.
What does a day of camp look like?
Hour of Mercy: 7:30-8:30am
-Confession available every morning
Morning Praise: 8:30am
-start the day with scripture reflection
Group Activity: 10am-12pm
-session, ropes, rafting, etc.
Group Activity Cont: 2pm-4pm
Downtime to relax: 4pm-5pm
Nightly Session: 7pm
- Praise and worship music, a talk from the host, small group discussion & more
Snack Chat with Parish: 9:15pm
- Group debrief with the entire parish community
Lights Out: 10:30pm