Junior High MEA

Middle School Fall Retreat




Junior High MEAOct 16 - 18, 2019


$123(by Sept. 12)

$138(by Oct. 1)

$153(after Oct. 1)

Grades: 6-8

For information on the 9-12 grade retreat, Click Here

Junior High mea

Spend Your MEA Break With God and Your Friends.

Life is crazy. Even for middle schoolers. Between school, sports, plays, choir, friends and family, it’s difficult to make time for God. This fall retreat is a great way for students to take a small step back and refocus on their relationship with God. These extended times away from the to-dos of life are so essential for our spiritual growth. We invite you to this fall retreat for just that purpose. Look forward to great worship and Biblical messages from our speaker.

If you’re in High School, visit the Senior High MEA page.

Click Here to See Photos of Last Year’s Retreat.

Bus Info

Please arrive at your bus at least 15 minutes ahead of time. You do not need a health form to board the bus.

Departure Times

Wednesday, October 16

Crosstown 4:45 PM
Plymouth 4:45 PM
Blaine 5:30 PM

Return Times

Friday, October 18

Blaine 3:15 PM
Plymouth 3:45 PM
Crosstown 3:45 PM



Fall Retreat Activities Include:

  • Classic camp games with a pumpkin twist
  • Covenant Pines annual “Fall-a-palooza” Carnival!
  • Climbing tower
  • Zip Line
  • Giant Swing
  • Crate Stacking
  • Chapel
  • Crafts

Click Here to see pictures of last year’s retreat!

Packing List

Packing List

  • Sleeping Bag or bedding
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Pillow and case
  • Soap and shampoo
  • Bath Towel & washcloth
  • Notepad and Pencil
  • Bible
  • Rain gear
  • Camera
  • Sweatshirt or Fleece jacket
  • Flashlight
  • Hat Sunscreen
  • Tennis shoes
  • T-shirts
  • Socks
  • Dirty clothes bag
  • Underwear
  • Pajamas
  • Jeans or long pants
  • Money for the following: Crafts (free – $5.00 items) Store ($1 – $35 items) Canteen ($1 – $2 items)

Tips: Mark all clothing with camper’s name. Mark sleeping bag with camper name and bus stop pickup. Many people use trash bags to hold sleeping bags. Clearly mark them for ease of identification.

Medications/supplements must be in original containers with detailed instructions and camper’s name.

Please leave at home: CELL PHONES, electronic games, expensive jewelry, fireworks, computers, radios, iPod/MP3/CD players, etc. Tobacco, tobacco products, alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited at Covenant Pines.


 Mike Nunan

My name is Mike Nunan! I have been a youth pastor for the last thirteen years and currently serve at Arvada Covenant Church in Colorado. The best part of my job is watching students experience the love of God and then doing something with it… also pool noodle games. I have an amazing wife Sommer and the cutest 4 year old daughter in the world. I could talk all day about baseball, good chicken and fast and furious movies. I’m so excited to be with you all in October and I know it will be an incredible weekend.