Join us March 2 – 4 for a weekend FULL of opportunities for middle & high school students to grow their relationship with Christ while connecting with other students in the area. ONE Weekend will feature times of worship, large group teaching, small group discussion, and lots of fun activities along the way to keep students engaged and excited. Students register below.
How much does the weekend cost?
$50 if paid before February 18. Late registration (February 18 – March 1) is $60.
Where will I drop off my student?
The event starts at CBC on Friday night. Students spend the night in host homes and are back at CBC for the 10am service on Sunday.
When do I need to pick up my student if they are conference only?
Students will need to be dropped off and picked up each day. On Friday drop off is at 6:30pm and pick up at 9:30pm. On Saturday, drop off is at 8:45am and pick up at 3pm. We would love for you to join us on Sunday at the 10am service as well.
What is the daily schedule for One Weekend?
Friday, March 2
6:30pm Meet at CBC
Students can store bags in the student area
7:30pm Session 1 of the conference begins
9:30pm Dismiss from CBC to host homes
Life Group discussion time at host home
Saturday, March 3
8:00 Breakfast at host home
8:45 Doors Open
9:30 Session 2 begins
12:00pm Lunch on campus
1:00 Session 3 begins
3:00 Dismiss from conference
Saturday night is up to the group leader
9:00 Back at host home for discussion time
Sunday, March 4
8:30 Breakfast at host home
10:00 Worship in Main
What does someone do to be an Adult Volunteer or Host Home?
All adults are background checked. All drivers are driver history checked. CBC staff or ONE Weekend organizers do in-home interviews to inspect homes for safety and location. To apply to be an adult volunteer click here.
Where will Host Homes be located?
The goal is to keep groups within approximately 20 minutes of CBC. Most homes are in the Northeast/North Central.
Who will be in my students Host Home?
Groups are chosen by gender & grade level. The registration form allows a student to pick 2 people they would like to have in their group. CBC will do it’s best to group them together.
What should students bring to One Weekend?
Students will need to bring: sleeping bag, pillow, towel, other overnight toiletries and clothes.
Can students have cell phones?
Students can have their phones, but they will be asked to put them away during activity times.