June 14 - June 18


No matter who you are…
No matter where you’re from…
No matter how good you think you are…
Or how bad…
The Gospel is Still for you…
For All Forever
Jesus brings the Gospel to ALL and MIX wants to do the same In 2021 we will look at several stories of people who encounter Jesus Christ in John’s Gospel. From the religious elite to the socially outcast Jesus brings the Good News of the Gospel to All. Join us as we explore the Jesus whose grace, love, and atoning sacrifice is For All Forever


Who:

Students who have completed 6th – 8th grade as of June 2021

When:

June 14 – June 18, 2021

Where:

Waxahachie, TX

Cost:

Early Bird – $350 (thru May 1st) Regular Cost – $400 (payment plans available)



F.A.Q.’s


If my student has food allergies what do I do?

When you register your student please note their food allergies in the specified section. The camp caterer will be making adjustments as needed for students with food allergies.

Who will be responsible for my student while they are at Camp?

We will be taking enough leaders to have a 1-10 or 1-8 ratio of leaders to students. Your student will also be assigned to a small group where the leaders of that small group will be responsible for watching out for the students in their group. All adult leaders have gone through the background check and child safety training that TheMET requires.

Will my student need extra money while at Camp?

CIY Camp will have merch tables for the worship bands, speakers and other artists at camp, along with selling camp merchandise. Student are not required to purchase any of these items but can bring extra money to do so. Cash or credit cards are accepted for these items. There may also be an opportunity for students to shop for souvenirs at local stores or purchase meals and snacks from nearby stores.




WHAT TO BRING & WHAT NOT TO BRING


WHAT TO BRING:

  • Bible
  • Notebook and pen/pencil
  • Clothing for four days, including travel time:
    • Plan on bringing 2 sets of clothing for days 2, 3, and 4
    • One set of clothing for each of these days should be suitable for getting wet/dirty
    • Sleepwear
    • Jeans and a lightweight jacket for the possibility of cool evenings at some locations
    • Appropriate swimwear/cover-up
  • Colored apparel:
    • We will be splitting the camp up into 4 different colored teams: Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow. As the event gets closer, we will let your youth minister know which team your on! Make sure to bring plenty of clothing in your teams color!
  • Shoes:
    • Comfortable shoes for walking and sessions
    • Shoes for getting wet
    • Flip flops
  • Bedding (sheets for a twin bed, blanket or sleeping bag, pillow)
  • Towels for showering and swimming
  • Washcloths
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste)
  • Prescription medication (to be handled by your adult leader)
  • Sunblock and bug spray
  • Camera
  • Money for travel, The MIX Station, offering, etc.
  • Athletic equipment for recreation time (optional)

WHAT NOT TO BRING:

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc.
  • CD players, iPods, TV’s, etc.
  • Refrigerators or air-conditioners


DRESS CODE


ACCEPTABLE:

  • T-shirts
  • Hoodies/Jackets
  • Sweats
  • Capris
  • Jeans
  • Shorts (Please use good judgment)
  • Skirts (Again, please use good judgment
  • One-piece swimsuits

NON-ACCEPTABLE

  • Spaghetti Straps
  • Low-cut shirts
  • Short shorts
  • Short skirts
  • Bikinis


MIX RULES


  • Respect others and yourself.
  • No guys in girl’s dorms beyond the front lobby and vice versa.
  • Alcohol, tobacco, vaping, drugs and weapons are absolutely prohibited.
  • You must be in your dorms by the designated “In Dorm Time” on the schedule.
  • For security reasons, no students with backpacks are allowed into the auditorium or cafeteria.
  • Drawstring bags are acceptable.
  • Follow the schedule. Be where you’re supposed to be when you’re supposed to be there.
  • During sessions, stay in your assigned seating, please follow the posted schedule chart.
  • Don’t leave the auditorium once the speakers begin talking
  • Respect the campus – no TP, water balloons, shaving cream, sidewalk chalk, etc.
  • No practical jokes!
  • Don’t move furniture – You will be charged for any assessed damage.
  • Don’t dial 911 unless it is a true emergency.
  • Absolutely no fireworks at any time during MIX or while on campus property.
  • No food deliveries of any kind to the campus.
  • Students may leave campus only with adult supervision; those staying behind must have an adult present.
  • No hazing of other students allowed.









June 14 - June 18



No matter who you are…
No matter where you’re from…
No matter how good you think you are…
Or how bad…
The Gospel is Still for you…
For All Forever
Jesus brings the Gospel to ALL and MIX wants to do the same In 2021 we will look at several stories of people who encounter Jesus Christ in John’s Gospel. From the religious elite to the socially outcast Jesus brings the Good News of the Gospel to All. Join us as we explore the Jesus whose grace, love, and atoning sacrifice is For All Forever


Who:

Students who have completed 6th – 7th grade as of June 2021

When:

June 14 – June 18, 2021

Where:

Waxahachie, TX

Cost:

Early Bird – $350 (thru May 1st) Regular Cost – $400 (payment plans available)



F.A.Q.’s


If my student has food allergies what do I do?

When you register your student please note their food allergies in the specified section. The camp caterer will be making adjustments as needed for students with food allergies.

Who will be responsible for my student while they are at Camp?

We will be taking enough leaders to have a 1-8 ratio of leaders to students. Your student will also be assigned to a small group where the leaders of that small group will be responsible for watching out for the students in their group. All adult leaders have gone through the background check and child safety training that TheMET requires.

Will my student need extra money while at camp?

CIY Camp will have merch tables for the worship bands, speakers and other artists at camp, along with selling camp merchandise. Student are not required to purchase any of these items but can bring extra money to do so. Cash or credit cards are accepted for these items. There may also be an opportunity for students to shop for souvenirs at local stores or purchase meals and snacks from nearby stores.




WHAT TO BRING & WHAT NOT TO BRING


WHAT TO BRING:

  • Bible
  • Notebook and pen/pencil
  • Clothing for four days, including travel time:
    • Plan on bringing 2 sets of clothing for days 2, 3, and 4
    • One set of clothing for each of these days should be suitable for getting wet/dirty
    • Sleepwear
    • Jeans and a lightweight jacket for the possibility of cool evenings at some locations
    • Appropriate swimwear/cover-up
  • Colored apparel:
    • We will be splitting the camp up into 4 different colored teams: Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow. As the event gets closer, we will let your youth minister know which team your on! Make sure to bring plenty of clothing in your teams color!
  • Shoes:
    • Comfortable shoes for walking and sessions
    • Shoes for getting wet
    • Flip flops
  • Bedding (sheets for a twin bed, blanket or sleeping bag, pillow)
  • Towels for showering and swimming
  • Washcloths
  • Toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste)
  • Prescription medication (to be handled by your adult leader)
  • Sunblock and bug spray
  • Camera
  • Money for travel, The MIX Station, offering, etc.
  • Athletic equipment for recreation time (optional)

WHAT NOT TO BRING:

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc.
  • CD players, iPods, TV’s, etc.
  • Refrigerators or air-conditioners



DRESS CODE


ACCEPTABLE:

  • T-shirts
  • Hoodies/Jackets
  • Sweats
  • Capris
  • Jeans
  • Shorts (Please use good judgment)
  • Skirts (Again, please use good judgment
  • One-piece swimsuits

NON-ACCEPTABLE

  • Spaghetti Straps
  • Low-cut shirts
  • Short shorts
  • Short skirts
  • Bikinis



MIX RULES


  • Respect others and yourself.
  • No guys in girl’s dorms beyond the front lobby and vice versa.
  • Alcohol, tobacco, vaping, drugs and weapons are absolutely prohibited.
  • You must be in your dorms by the designated “In Dorm Time” on the schedule.
  • For security reasons, no students with backpacks are allowed into the auditorium or cafeteria.
  • Drawstring bags are acceptable.
  • Follow the schedule. Be where you’re supposed to be when you’re supposed to be there.
  • During sessions, stay in your assigned seating, please follow the posted schedule chart.
  • Don’t leave the auditorium once the speakers begin talking
  • Respect the campus – no TP, water balloons, shaving cream, sidewalk chalk, etc.
  • No practical jokes!
  • Don’t move furniture – You will be charged for any assessed damage.
  • Don’t dial 911 unless it is a true emergency.
  • Absolutely no fireworks at any time during MIX or while on campus property.
  • No food deliveries of any kind to the campus.
  • Students may leave campus only with adult supervision; those staying behind must have an adult present.
  • No hazing of other students allowed.