JANUARY 2022 | $100 per person
Reboot is the BCMD Youth Evangelism Conference; a 2-night, 3-day winter retreat focused on growth and outreach through a variety of activities. Reboot is designed as a shortened version of summer camp. Students in 6th-12th grade and adults will be challenged by Bible Study, worship, recreation, fellowship and circuits.
2022 reBOOT Session Dates:
- January 7-9
- January 14-16
- January 21-23
Get registered: Youth groups can register for Reboot online or by phone, by calling 800-536-6759.
4:00 Registration Begins – HeBrews Open!
8:30 Opening Celebration/Session 1
9:45 Church Group Time
6:30 Leadership Lab (Optional)
9:15 Morning Celebration/Session 2
10:15 Church Group Bible Study
11:00 Rotation 1
1:00 Rotation 2
2:15 Rotation 3
3:30 Free Time (Gym and HeBrews Open)
7:00 Worship/Session 3
8:30 Church Group Time
10:00 Late Night in the Gym
8:00 Breakfast (Check out of Lodging)
9:00 Closing Celebration/Session 4
10:15 Depart for Home
ReBoot Camp Menu:
Friday Dinner: Beef Tips in Gravy, BBQ Chicken, White Rice, Parsley Potatoes, Cali Vege, Green Beans, Dinner Rolls, w/Cinnamon Butter, Chili
Saturday Breakfast: Pancakes (plain and chocolate chip), Eggs, Bacon, Sausage Links, Hash Browns, Croissants, Strawberry Topping, Oatmeal
Saturday Lunch: Brioche Buns, Pulled Pork, Chicken Tenders, Potato Wedges, Mac N Cheese, Corn, Coleslaw, Broccoli Cheese Soup
Saturday Dinner: Italian Sausage Rigatoni, Grilled Chicken, Linguini Noodles, Marinara Sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Tuscan Vege, Asparagus, Garlic Toast
Sunday Breakfast: French Toast, Biscuits, Peppered Gravy, Sausage Gravy, Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Sausage Patty, Diced Potato, Oatmeal
We do our best to accommodate each of our guests and any food allergies by serving buffet style along with having an extensive fruit and salad bar. We also have many types of dry cereals that are available at every meal. We feel that serving buffet style allows our guests to choose from the items that are safe for them to eat.
With the many types of food allergies, we can not guarantee that cross contamination won’t occur or that one of our vendors might substitute a product due to their supply. Due to the amount of meals that are served each day, it is also difficult to cater meals for each individual, many with different allergies.
It is for these reasons that we suggest for guests with severe food allergies to store any special meals in a refrigerator located in their lodge so there is not a chance of illness or allergic reaction. If someone in your church groups requires a refrigerator to store supplementary food, please notify the Skycroft office in advance. We do have a commercial microwave at the entrance of our dining room where the meals can be reheated. This allows for the guest to choose from items on our buffet or salad line and still have the assurance of a safe meal.
Meals and Dining
What should campers bring?
- Boys: Sleeping bag or single sheets
- Ladies: Sleeping bags or full sheets if housed in motels
- Warm clothes – jacket, hat, gloves
- Closed toe, closed heel shoes (for outdoor activities)
- Bible, notepad, pen and backpack to carry things in
- Toiletries (toothpaste, shampoo, etc)
- Spending money for snacks, camp store, and missions offering
*Skycroft provides a pillow (w/pillow case) and blanket for each bed, though campers are welcome to pack a pillow/blanket from home
What is the Dress Code?
What should campers not bring?
- Anything that advertises alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs
- Anything that explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person
- Anything that explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations
- Excessively short or tight fitting clothing
- Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, or any kind of weapon
- Radios, roller blades, skateboards, or water guns
- Anything that calls attention to underwear (sagging pants, rolling down waistband, etc)
Do I need to bring money?
What time is check in?
What amenities are available at Skycroft?
Is there Wi-Fi?
Can parents come and visit?
Parents are permitted to visit and attend a worship service. Parents and family visitors must be approved with prior notice and coordinating via the church group leader with event leadership.