Senior High MEA

Grades 9-12

Dates: Availabilty

Senior High MEAOct 20 - 22, 2017 Boys | Girls


$125(by Aug. 31)

$140(by Oct. 1)

$155(after Oct. 1)


Covenant Pines Bible Camp

senior High mea

Spend Your MEA Break With God and Your Friends.

Life is crazy. Especially for High Schoolers. Between school, sports, plays, choir, friends and family, it’s difficult to make time for God. Even youth group can feel like another item on the to-do list. 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.

Click the big, red, “Register” button to sign up.

Looking for the Junior High page? Click here.

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 for MEA.

Departure Times

Friday, October 20

Crosstown 9:00 AM
Plymouth 9:30 AM
Blaine 10:00 AM

Return Times

Sunday, October 22

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


Rebekah Strobel

Rebekah grew up in Northwest Oregon and after years living in Southern California and Chicago she is excited to be back in the Northwest. She graduated with a Bachelor of Communications from Azusa Pacific University in 2008 and a Master of Divinity from North Park Theological Seminary in 2013. While living in Chicago Rebekah was privileged to serve as an interim youth pastor at Winnetka Covenant Church as well as Northwest Covenant Church. She has served in a number of capacities at Cascades Camp and Conference Center in Yelm, WA over 5 different summers including managing the Ranch and serving as Camp Pastor. Rebekah’s heart for ministry lies in working with youth and helping create a space where they can encounter God and grow in discipleship. It is her great hope that young people would find in the Church a place of depth and relevance, a place where they belong and can serve, a place where they can find their identity and share life together. Oh, and a place to have a lot of fun! Rebekah loves to be in the glory of nature, to sing and dance, to drink coffee, to eat good food and be with good people.

What to Bring

What to Bring

  • Sleeping Bag or bedding
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Pillow and case
  • Soap and shampoo
  • Bath Towel & washcloth
  • Flannel Shirt
  • 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.