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Woodmont Hills Family Retreat

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We are tentatively planning a Family Retreat this summer from July 4-6 but need to gauge interest before we go through with planning. If you and your family would be interested in a weekend of fun activities, connecting time, and growing closer with other families let us know about it by taking this survey. The cost is $75 per person over the age of 6, and children 5 and under are free.

Family Worship and Meet the Interns!

Tomorrow night at 5:30pm will be a spaghetti dinner for $5/person in the lobby followed by a whole-family worship in the Great Hall led by our youth praise band at 6:30. 

  THEN, as if that’s not enough greatness, the youth group will spend the rest of time meeting our brand new, still-got-that-new-intern-smell, 2015 interns! That will take place in the youth room after our time of worship. 

Workcamp 2015 Info

Workcamp Logo SquareWhat you will find below is just about everything you need to know if you, or your child, are attending Workcamp. Comment at the bottom to let us know if you have any additional questions.

Workcamp begins Sunday, May 31st in the Great Hall at Woodmont. Woodmont students will need to check-in starting at 4pm. The activities start at 4:30, and dinner starts at 5pm.

Monday-Friday Schedule:

7:30 AM      Woodmont students check in 
8:00 AM 
     Morning Wake-UP (Great Hall at Woodmont)
9:00 AM      Work at Sites
NOON         Lunch at Sites (Bring your own lunches)
3:00 PM      Return to Woodmont/Afternoon Pick-up
(Students are strongly encouraged to go home or go to a friend’s home to shower during this break. Let us know if this is not possible for your family.)
6:00 PM      Evening Meal/Worship at Lipscomb Academy or Woodmont (LA: Mon.-Thurs. — Woodmont: Fri.)
8:00 PM      Wrap Up/Pick up from Lipscomb or Woodmont

Workcamp concludes at Woodmont on Friday night, June 6th, with an informal banquet, home owner testimonies, and a period of praise & thanksgiving.  We expect to conclude by 8:30pm on Friday night.

Additional info:

  • Lunches are not provided and need to be packed for each day. Put the lunch in a plastic bag with the camper’s name on it, because lunches will be kept on ice in coolers along with the other members of the crew. (Often, crew leaders will plan to go somewhere to eat lunch one day during the week. Make sure your camper lets you know about this, so you can send money instead of a lunch.)
  • Campers will get paint on their clothes, plan accordingly.
  • Campers must wear closed-toe shoes, no exceptions.
  • If a student has to miss a day, David and Jesse need to know so they can report to their crew leaders. However, we do not encourage students to miss time unless it is absolutely necessary.
  • Each student will be responsible for bringing his/her own 4″ paint brush, spray bottle, heavy duty paint scraper, and work gloves.
  • Wear sunscreen.
  • If you have ladders we can borrow, please let us know. Ideally if you are able to transport the ladder to and from Woodmont yourself.
  • During the afternoon break, we encourage families who live close and are able to pick up their campers to do so. If it’s not possible to arrange getting them home in the afternoon, please consider sending them with a friend that can be picked up. We’ll let you know if any other options become available.
  • Nightly dinners are included in the cost.
  • Crews consist of teens from various youth groups from around the region. Crew assignments are more-or-less randomly generated to create diversity. This provides a wonderful opportunity to make connections with teens outside of our youth group.
  • Each crew will have around 10-20 campers and two or three crew leaders. There are also “sector leaders” that check in with crews throughout the day.
  • If special arrangements need to be made to pick up or drop off a camper from their work site, be sure your camper gets their crew leaders’ contact information. They will receive the address of their work site along with their crew assignments on Sunday night.

Again, please comment below if you have any additional questions. Thank you!

No Youth Classes Sunday

Middle and High School classes will not be meeting this Sunday due to the Memorial Day holiday. 

Next Sunday, the 31st, all 6th-12th grade students will be meeting downstairs in the teen center as we begin our summer schedule. 

Payments Due for Nashville Workcamp May 27th

All outstanding payments for Nashville Workcamp are due by May 27th. Cost is $100.

If you are unsure if you have completed your payment, or if you are in need of a scholarship, please email jbaker@woodmont.org.

New Text Alerts

Many of you are familiar with our previous texting service called YapTap which is no longer available, but we found a new one that will allow us to send you occasional text updates about what’s going on in the WoodmontYG. This could especially come in handy as we enter the summer!

To sign up, all you have to do is text EZSQT72950 to 313131.

(That means enter 313131 as the phone number and EZSQT72950 as the body of the text message)

Though this will not be the primary mode of communication we use, it will be helpful with last-minute updates and reminders.

We hope this makes your life easier!

Summer Kickoff/Youth Class Tonight

Join us for pizza dinner at the Children’s Ministry Summer Kick-Off at 5:30 and youth class (in the youth room) at 6:30.

There’s a $5 suggested donation for all who plan to eat, and you’re more than welcome to bring your own dinner and eat with us!

May 17th Court Dedication


Well folks, it’s all but finished. The lights are up, the lines are painted and we are ready to play ball. On May 17th, after 2nd service we are celebrating the completion of the TYII Court. There’s going to be guest speakers, music, games and lots of fun.  If you’d like BBQ from Martin’s for the low, low price of $5 you can buy tickets in the Great Hall lobby this Sunday.

Until then, stay off the court! The paint’s drying.

Online Safety Seminar for Parents and Students of Williamson Co. Schools – May 16th

Wanted to pass this along for anyone who might be interested in learning more about online safety from the Apple Geniuses in Cool Springs on May 16th.

Please join the Apple Education Team at the Apple Store, Cool Springs Galleria for an informational seminar on Online Safety for parents and students of Williamson County Schools. Our guest speakers will provide an overview of online safety options for Apple devices as well as providing an overview of Williamson County School District online safety protocols. This seminar will include tips for parents in safely managing their child’s online experience with Apple devices.  Please reserve your admission as seating is limited.


Pizza and Games at the Basketball Court Tonight @ 6:30!

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Join us at 6:30 for free pizza and fun games at the TyII Court! And don’t forget to invite your friends!

Camp Applications Due May 31st

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All Camp Telos applications are due Sunday, May 31st. Space is limited, so please get yours in as soon as possible. All current 6th-12th graders are invited, and college students are invited to apply to be counselors here.

Albany Mission Applications Due This Sunday!

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All 7th and 8th grade students interested in attending the Albany Mission Trip need to turn in their applications by THIS Sunday, May 3rd. Please put completed applications in the black mailbox on the information desk at the West end of the lobby.

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