Trailblazer Retreat

Grades 3-6

Dates: Availabilty

Trailblazer RetreatFeb 15 - 17, 2019 Boys | Girls

Location:

Covenant Pines Bible Camp

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trailblazer retreat

Come Learn About God And Have Some Winter Fun at Camp!

This winter retreat is designed for students grades 3-6. We make sure it’s full of fun stuff to do and exciting things to learn. Campers and leaders will both go home physically exhausted, but spiritually rejuvenated.

One of our goals for the retreat is to give children’s pastors and church leaders an opportunity to bond with the youth of their church. You folks work hard all year to pour into the students at your church. We want this to be a weekend where you leaders can simply enjoy being around your students! We’ve taken care of all the details so all you have to worry about is being there for these kids! Activities will include:

All of camp’s winter fun • snow tubing, skiing, snowshoeing, broomball, snowman making, snowball fights • Chapel services • Warm fires • Delicious food  • New Friends  • Hot Chocolate

Activities

activities

  • All of camp’s winter fun
  • Snow tubing
  • Skiing
  • Snow Shoeing
  • Broomball
  • Snowman Making
  • Snowball Fights
  • Chapel services
  • Warm fires
  • Delicious food
  • Hot Chocolate
Speaker

Kara Stromberg

A native of Sioux Falls, SD, Kara felt a call to ministry as a junior in high school. Upon graduation from Bethel University, she served as Pastor to Youth and Families at Roseville Covenant Church in Roseville, MN. Kara graduated with an M.A. in Christian Education with an emphasis in Youth Ministry from Bethel Theological Seminary in 2005 and was ordained to Word and Service in the ECC in 2010.

Recently, she worked as Director of Training at Youth Leadership. Kara currently teaches adjunct courses in Mentored Leadership Development at Bethel Seminary and is a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church speaker team.

Kara and her husband, Nate, along with their children, Ben and Greta, live in St. Paul and are active members of First Covenant Church in St. Paul. Having served as a staff minister, a deacon and volunteer, Kara understands the unique challenges of ministry teams and is excited for this opportunity to focus on children and families.

Bus Info

bus info

Salem Covenant Church

Bus Departs for Camp: 5:30 pm on Friday, February 16th

Bus Arrives Back at Salem: 3:15 pm on Sunday, February 18th

Crosstown Covenant Church

Bus Departs for Camp: 4:30 pm on Friday, February 16th

Bus Arrives Back at Crosstown: 4:15 pm on Sunday, February 18th

What to Bring

what to bring

  • Layered clothing
    • We will be playing inside and outside
  • Snow Gear
    • Waterproof for playing outside in the snow.
    • Boots, hat, mittens, snow pants, jacket
  • Bible & Notebook. We can provide Bibles if needed
  • Bedding
    • comforter or sleeping bag
    • Pillow
  • Toiletries
    • Toothbrush and toothpaste
    • Shampoo and soap
  • Medications
    • There will be a nurse here over the weekend, but your child will be responsible for administering their own medication.
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