Send your boys to experience an incredible week designed just for them!
Warrior Week is a camp for boys in grades 2-5. Boys who join us will strengthen their walk with God, build lasting friendships, and grow an appreciation for the great outdoors!
We hope you can join us this summer!
Dates: July 11-15, 2022
WHAT IS WARRIOR WEEK LIKE?
On Monday morning the week of camp we will meet at Chase Oaks – Woodbridge Campus (Wylie, TX) and depart for camp at the Disciples Crossing Camp and Retreat Center in Athens, TX on chartered buses. Girls Getaway (girls camp) will be departing for their location at the same time. We will return to Chase Oaks – Woodbridge on Friday afternoon around 4-5pm.
The boys are more than welcome to invite their friends! The cabins that the boys stay in are nice and air conditioned, and they will be grouped by grade. We do accept requests for friends to be together as long as they are in the same grade.
Each day is packed full of fun activities for the boys and we keep them very busy, which minimizes the homesick factor (see Sample Daily Schedule below) and usually makes it quite easy to fall asleep at night.
The health and safety of each camper is a very important part of camp. We strive to provide a safe and healthy living environment, with the best possible leadership and supervision. Qualified and certified lifeguards and recreation leaders provide safety during activities. Care and attention are given to provide enjoyable and nutritious meals throughout the week. The boys always seem to love the food.
Our camp medic will oversee all medications to campers who are under a doctor’s care.
If you have further specific questions, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We look forward to serving your boys!
Phil and Joey
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When we are not living the crazy camp life, Phil works for Sunbelt Pools, a commercial swimming pool construction company, and Joey is a worship pastor at Connection Point Church in East Plano.
We both have a passion for building up the next generation of young men to not only be passionate about their pursuit of the Lord, but also to know and understand the call that God has given them as men.