Crossroads believes camps are a significant part of our Kids and Student Ministries. Camp offers the opportunity for both preteens and students to build relationships with leaders, experience high-energy worship, hear incredible Biblical teaching — all alongside their friends and peers. It’s our prayer that every preteen and every student returns from an incredible week at camp feeling challenged and prepared to be Christ Centered Difference Makers.

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June 14 - June 18

For students entering 4th - 6th grade

We are so excited for our preteens to experience camp at Camp Copass in Denton, TX. Preteen Camp is a week filled with excitement, crazy games, incredible speakers, talented musicians and a ton of fun. The cost of camp includes a t-shirt, meals, registration, transportation, housing, games and many fun activities that happen during the week!


Where is Preteen Camp located?

Camp Copass, Denton, TX. If you would like to get an idea of what the camp looks like and its location, please check out their web page at

What does a typical day at camp look like?

  • Breakfast
  • Main Session
  • Camp Games
  • Lunch
  • Camp Games
  • Small Groups
  • Dinner
  • Main Session
  • Late Night Activity

How much is camp?

  • Non-refundable deposit of $99
  • Total cost is $199 (must be paid by May 16)

What is the child/leader ratio?

Each small group leader will have between 8 and 10 children. We bring additional adult sponsors to lead recreation, security and administration.

How do you select your small group leaders?

The small group leaders who participate in camp are the small group leaders the children see during services or in their Connect Group. Our small group leaders have gone through a thorough background check and screening process, as well as completed a child protection training course.

Will my child be placed in a group/housing with their friends?

You will see a place on the registration form to list your child’s requested roommate. We do everything possible to accommodate roommate requests. We understand the importance of experiencing camp with friends. We apply these same principles when placing children in groups.

What should my child bring to camp?

  • Bible and Pen/Pencil
  • Pillow and sleeping bag/bedding for a twin size bed
  • Spending Money (for snacks and the camp store)
  • Appropriate Clothing: Girls must wear either a one-piece swimsuit or a dark colored, loose fitting t-shirt over their swimsuit.
  • Athletic Attire
  • Clothes for worship at night
  • Toiletries
  • Towel(s)
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen/Bug Spray
  • Snacks
  • Face Mask(s)

Can my child have their cell phone at camp?

We strongly discourage cell phones or electronics during the week of camp. We provide parents with a staff member’s cell phone number in case of an emergency.

What if my child needs medication or medical attention?

We will have trained medical personnel with us at camp. All prescription medications and over the counter medications are to be checked in with the nurse the morning we leave for camp. Please do not pack medication with your child.

What are the COVID/safety protocols my child/student will need to follow?

Parents should ensure that all children and youth coming to camp have not had a fever or shown any other symptoms of illness two weeks prior to arriving at camp. Volunteers should follow the same guidelines.

Camp participants that have traveled, within the past month, out of the country or in areas where Covid-19 has been concentrated should notify Crossroads before registering for camp.

We recommend that any child, youth, or volunteer with a compromised immune system should not attend camp.

Additional hygiene notes:
  • Hand sanitizers will be available throughout the camp.
  • Camp participants and volunteers should respect the personal space of others.