We get a lot questions about Project B-Town. We get it. It's a unique and amazing experience. And while it's really hard to put into words what a week of camp is like, we have put together this list of frequently asked questions for you. If you don't see your question answered below,

simply email or for more information. Thanks!

  1. Why are you not staying the night at the church this year?

    • With everything going on with COVID-19, we thought it would be safest for everyone to not stay the night at the church for a few reasons.  1, it is very difficult to practice moderate social distancing with all the students in the cabin sleeping in one room.  2, we want to make sure every one, student and leader will get more than enough rest to stay healthy this year. 

  2. What are you doing to make sure everyone stays healthy this year at camp?

    • There are a few precautions we are taking this year to make sure everyone stays as healthy as they can.

      • We will be checking temperatures each morning during check-in.  If anyone has above a 100.6 temp, they will be asked to leave for the day.

      • We will have a staff on campus that will be continuously sanitizing tables, chairs, games, etc.

      • We will be ending camp each day at 9PM so all students and leaders can get plenty of rest.

      • We will be practicing moderate social distancing in accordance to recommendations from the CDC.

      • Students will be eating breakfast at home, bringing their own sack lunches and dinner will be catered in each night by local restaurants to limit exposure to one another.

      • Each night the leaders will be doing a deep clean of the church

      • Most of the Rec will be either outside or in the main worship center so we can space out as much as we can.

      • Our leaders will be trained on how to maintain social distancing in their group

      • Student can wear masks, but don’t recommend because they may have trouble breathing

  3. What is Project B-Town?

    • Project B-Town is for Middle School & High School Students and is an amazing week full of games, service projects, and heartfelt worship!  They stay the full week at the church, and are split up into “cabins”, by grade and gender.  This is an amazing opportunity to grow closer to God throughout the whole week.

  4. Are they allowed to have their phone?

    • Yes, but only at select times.  We don’t allow phones at the service projects, worship or Small Group times.  We want your student to be engaged in the different activities that we have planned for the week.  If you need to contact them though, Sammy Duran or Connor Long are available 24/7 during the week, and they can put you in contact with their cabin leader if they are on a service project site.

      Also please be note, Woodland Community Church is not responsible if their phone is lost, stolen or broken.

  5. Are your leaders trained/back ground checked?

    • Yes!  All of our leaders go through numerous training on working with students and are all back ground checked.

  • Can they be in a cabin with their friend?

    • We always try are hardest to make sure students can be in cabins with their friends.  It is much easier if they are in the same grade, as we try and keep all the grades in the same cabin, although we sometimes mix and match if they are only a grade apart.  Make sure to email Sammy Duran at or Connor Long at to make those requests as soon as you register your student.

  1. Can I pick my child up during the week from a previous scheduled commitment?

    • Absolutely. 

    • Here is a link for a “Time Away Request” form.  Fill this out and bring it on the first day of camp so we can have it all on file and give it to each of their cabin leaders.

  2. What if my child has a food allergy?

  1. What does a typical day at camp look like?



9AM:   Morning Sip/Morning Celebration

10AM: 11:30- Morning Rec

12PM:  Lunch

1PM-3PM: Lazer Tag/Dodgeball

3PM-5PM: Shower Time

5PM:  Dinner

5:45PM:  Evening Service

7:30PM:  Small Group Time

9PM:  Pickup

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