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You can view all your current registration details, as well as your deposit amount and balance details on your most recent camp statement. Initial statements were sent via email in the fall, and you should receive an updated statement any time you make a change to your registration.
Can’t find your most recent camp statement, or need an updated copy? Contact 1-877-CAMP-123, or email email@example.com.
The review our full financial policy, click here.
Payment & cancellation deadlines
February 15: A $75 per person non-refundable deposit is required for each reservation.
May 1: An additional $75 late cancellation fee will be incurred for each decreased person.
14 Days Prior to Camp: Final balance must be received by this time.
Charge your deposits and balance to a church Lifeway account. Call 1-877-CAMP-123 to set up auto-billing options. Authorization to charge a Lifeway account must be updated on a yearly basis. If your most recent camp statement shows checked boxes in the auto-bill section, you are good to go!
Pay your deposits and balance using a credit card. Use the unique payment link from your most recent camp statement to pay online.
You can mail a check to the address below. Please detach the lower portion of your most recent camp statement and include with check payments.
Attn: Camp Registration
200 Powell Place
Brentwood, TN 37027-7707
Additional Camp Policies
Please plan for a ratio of 1 adult for every 5 campers. If you are struggling to find adult volunteers, be sure to check out our Team Assistant Program.
Younger Kids at Camp
We want group leaders and adults to be able to spend time with loved ones during their busy summer, and we understand that, in some situations, parents or guardians may want or need to bring younger kids to camp. Infants or toddlers who do not require additional bed space or meals may come at no charge. Younger kids who need a bed or who will eat meals at camp should be registered as a participant at full price. Younger kids should remain under adult supervision at all times, and may not participate in Bible study, recreation, or track times. Please also consider the needs of your campers, and ensure enough adults accompany your group to build relationships and focus on their camp experience. All participants (even younger kids) must complete a camp waiver and release.
VISITORS AT CAMP
Safety at camp is very important. Group leaders should inform the camp director of any visitors throughout the cycle of camp. Upon arrival, visitors must immediately check in with the camp director. Visitors will receive a sticker that must be worn and visible at all times while on campus. Visitors are not allowed in the housing areas of campers and should remain in public or common areas while at camp. Visitors who plan to stay overnight should book their own lodging off campus and should make arrangements to pay the venue directly for any meals eaten on campus. Guests who wish to stay overnight on campus with their group should work with their group leader to register as a full participant and follow all policies related to adults at camp (background check, Child Protection Training, camp waiver, etc.).
Camp Dress Code
Bring to camp: Active clothes (t-shirts/shorts) for each day; clothes that can get messy for OMC; closed-toe shoes for active play; a modest, one-piece bathing suit or two-piece with a dark shirt to cover.
Don’t bring: Anything that advertises alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs; anything that promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person; anything that promotes sexual actions or situations; short or tight fitting clothing.
Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, or weapons; rollerblades, video games, electronics, etc.
Camper Dismissal Policy
View the policy online here.
Lifeway Camps LGBTQ+ Policy
View the policy online here.
More questions? Check out our FAQ page.