Man Camp 2016


Who is MAN CAMP for?

Are you a man? It’s for you. Are you younger than 14? You’re not a man. Hang in their, tiger.

How much does it cost?

$15 per person with a family cap of $30.

What if I’ve never camped before?

No problem. MAN CAMP is all about getting outside our comfort zones and learning something new! We’re here to challenge and encourage one another.

What do I need to bring?

We’ll supply a full list soon, but the basics would be: a sleeping bag and tent (unless you want to just sleep under the stars, which definitely earns you more man points); a backpack filled with camping gear (think canteen, compass, teddy bear with a handlebar mustache…the basics); a foldout chair, dry clothes, and any food you may want beyond what’s provided.

How long does it last?

Wow, you ask a lot of questions. But, no problem. It starts as soon as you can get yourself to the Coffey Grounds on Friday, September 30 (official start time is 1800 hours) and will last until sometime mid-afternoon on Saturday, October 1 (probably between 2-5 PM…this is our first year doing this, so hard to say).

What if it rains?

You’ll get wet, snowflake.

What are we doing?

Sleeping outside. Building fires. Roasting pigs. Laughing. Competing. Splitting wood. Testing our strength. Telling stories. Learning to clean a fish. Learning to shoot a gun & be safe with it (i.e.—not shooting our faces off). Making pals.

What if I sign up and then cancel?

Tough noogies. Being a man means keeping your word. Canceling means we’re keeping your money.

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    List each attendee’s name and age. Attendees MUST be at least 14 years old. Under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian or speak to a member of the pastoral staff for permission to attend.
  • Cost for each registrant is $15 with a family cap of $30. After you complete registration, please make your check payable to Faith Apostolic Church and drop it in the offering on Wednesday or Sunday. Please write MAN CAMP (all big and manly-like) in the notes field.

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