- Friday, Mar 6, 2020 5:00 PM - Saturday, Mar 7, 2020 4:00 PM CST
To experience something means you have personally encountered or lived through a moment. We believe that God wants every student to experience His great love in a personal way; that goes beyond a single moment and is not reserved for a specific place, but should be experienced wherever we are.
The James River Youth Experience is intentionally designed for you to encounter God’s presence in a significant way through passionate worship, powerful messages and focused teaching. Our guest speakers, Noah Herrin (Cleveland, TN) and Austin Westlake (Springfield, MO) are energetic speakers that will empower and equip you to go deeper in your faith!
This weekend will leave you refreshed, encouraged and inspired to believe God for more! It will also feature food trucks, archery tag, laser tag, wipeout, extreme air, unlimited cotton candy, sno-cones and funnel cakes plus FREE Chik-Fil-A on Saturday!
Experience this life-changing weekend on March 6th & 7th
Friday Check-in begins at 5:00pm | Service begins at 7:00pm
We understand that people’s circumstances can change and provide the following alternatives to assist you. Cancellations may be made 24 hours or before in writing to email@example.com for a refund. From time to time, there may be a need for special consideration of your circumstances regarding this policy. If this is the case, please contact the Registration office at (417) 581-5433. Your registration and payment confirm that you have accepted this policy.
Providing safe and quality care for all students attending camp is our highest priority. There will be food available at this event, if your student has a severe food allergy, please contact the Youth Offices at (417) 581-5433. If your child has specific dietary needs, requires one-on-one supervision, or has physical/medically diagnosed limitations, please contact the Youth offices to discuss how our team may offer the best experience possible. In certain instances, James River Youth Experience may not have the staff and facility to properly care for children who have medical, social, behavioral, or psychological needs that require care beyond basic first aid.