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HS Day-Treat

Dec 12 | 9AM-9PM

In person cost: $20
Online cost: $5
Register by: Wednesday, December 9 or max capacity filled (in person: 40 spots max)

EPIC, we’ve got our first ever Day-Treat coming up! The staff has been planning and praying for a 1-day retreat at EPIC, to create a safe space for your high school student to get some rest, connect with each other and reconnect with God.

We are planning to spend a lot of our time outdoors! That means we encourage your student to dress for outside weather and bring a blanket or towel to sit on, ENOs, sunglasses, etc. That also means if weather changes and the forecast looks rainy, we will need to reschedule the Day-Treat. We are monitoring weather and will do our best to keep you updated ahead of time.

Check out below for a few FAQs, or don’t hesitate to reach out to if you have any other questions.

Can I attend virtually?
While there are parts of the day (i.e. free time, meals) that will not be possible to join virtually, we are doing everything we can to make a lot of the day-treat something you can engage with virtually! If you register to virtually attend, we will send you a few more details and a schedule breakdown next week.

For now, plan to stop by EPIC Saturday morning to pick up your Day-Treat bundle! That will have a devotional, and a few other things you can use to engage throughout the day.

Is there a max capacity?
Yes! For safety, we are limiting the day-treat to between 40-45 students. If your student does not register before that is filled and would like to join virtually (see above), there is no max.

This season has been a tough one for us financially. Are there scholarships available?
Yes! We never want finances to be the reason a student can’t come. Please reach out to

What kind of safety protocols for COVID-19 are in place?
First and foremost, we ask that any student who feels under the weather or any COVID symptoms, or who may have been in close-contact with anyone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay home. We would love you to be here, but more than that, we want you and everyone to stay safe.

  • Students (and staff) are required to wear masks, and practice social distancing. Temperatures will be taken on Saturday morning with a touch-free thermometer, and hand-sanitizing stations are available in all meeting spaces.
  • We will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast will be eaten individually during devotional time; all other meals will be individually packaged, and eaten outside, socially distant. If you feel more comfortable with sending your student with their own food for any meals or snacks, we completely understand. They are welcome to do that!
  • We will also be using an airhorn we’re calling the “hand-cleaning horn” multiple times during the day, especially during free time when activities involve touching the same items (frisbees, card games, etc.). At the sound of the horn every student will pause their activities and go to a hand-sanitizing station before returning to their activities.

Please honor these as a way of practically loving our community. You can find a full list of safety protocols here (