Jul 6- Jul 10, 2020
Birmingham-Southern, which sits on 192 acres known as the “Hilltop” only minutes from downtown Birmingham, has plenty for students to do with basketball courts, volleyball courts, jogging track, indoor swimming pool, racquetball court, and recreation room.Register For This Camp
EVENT CAPACITYThe college maintains about 1,300 students from 33 states and 20 countries during the academic year. Student Life Camp capacity is set at 500-1,000 to ensure a great experience.
TRAVELNashville – 193 miles (3 hrs); Atlanta – 147 miles (2 hrs 30 min); Memphis – 238 miles (4 hrs); Jackson, MS – 238 miles (3 hrs 40 min); Pensacola – 253 miles (4 hrs). Please click here for directions to Birmingham-Southern College.
ADDRESS900 Arkadelphia Road Birmingham, AL 35254 www.bsc.edu
SERVEChoose to serve through missions by registering for Student Life Mission Camp. Your group will be sent out to serve in many capacities in the surrounding Birmingham area.
EATThe Cafe at Norton Center is where all meals will be served. There is a wide variety of food options with various entree selections, vegetables, along with specialty food stations.
SLEEPWe use a variety of housing options varying from suite-style dorms to traditional dorm rooms. Your group will need to bring bedding (twin). Note: Housing priority is based on date deposits are received in the Student Life office.
PLAYFree Time Options - basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, snack shop*. *Requires additional fees Wifi Availability - Complimentary wifi is available for all guests.
We the Union
Wil Moore is currently serving as lead student pastor at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Nashville, TN. He has a Masters degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Wil has a strong passion for the next generation. He specifically focuses on investing, equipping, and empowering middle and high school students to be disciples that make disciples. Wil loves to spend time outdoors and on the lake with his wife Amy and daughter Willow. Wil also loves the Yankees and pulls for the Razorbacks on Saturdays.
We the Union
We the Union is a collective of worship leaders – Alan Thomas, Klayton Seyler and Aaron Williams – that partner with local churches and like-minded ministries to see God’s people encounter His presence and His love. Based out of Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, AR, We The Union writes songs and leads worship with a desire to encourage and empower churches to raise up generations of worshippers and to see those who are far from God draw near to Him.