Family WipeOut Sundays 2021

2021 Family WipeOut Guest Information

Rock wall, zipline, waterslide, gaga, arts, sports, and Sno-Cones, they are all back this year and the entire family will be able to enjoy them at Family WipeOut!

Family WipeOut is an opportunity to connect as a family and reconnect with church family while having fun together and engaging in gospel-centered family discipleship. Family WipeOut will take place across 6 Sundays in the summer (three at each campus) beginning in June (see dates below). We will begin with lunch immediately following our 10:30 service, after which families will have a chance to participate in various sports and creative arts, as well as enjoy the waterslides, rock wall & zip line. Participants must sign up as a family (at least one adult and one child). Children of all ages are encouraged to attend however there will be a separate pre-school camp available for children ages 2 -5 years old. This is a great opportunity for families to have fun together and invite other families to join in.

Questions: Reach out to Luke Nelson at

To Register, click on a date below:

Want to Volunteer?

We need adults, college students, and high schoolers (8th-12th grade) to serve our community and lead families through Family WipeOut. Serving at Family WipeOut is a great opportunity to build relationships with other volunteers while connecting with families and the church. You can also consider volunteering as a small group or a family.

Rock Wall and Zipline (College and Adults Volunteers Only)

Assist and encourage families as they climb the rock wall and ride the zipline. This is definitely one of the highlights of camp! **Training will be provided.


You will make WipeOut possible by serving children (ages 2-5) in the preschool, where they have games, crafts, music and even their own waterslide.

Waterslide and Inflatables

Lead and facilitate families on the waterslide and other inflatables, you may also be helping with the dunk tank or water games! Be ready to get wet and get everyone else soaked!

Sports and Games

Lead families on through playing games like capture the flag, dodgeball, “big soccer”, relay races, and many more. You’ll be responsible for explaining games and setting up the families for the games while bringing energy and enthusiasm.

Creative Arts

Help families in creating visual art projects that are centered around family discipleship. The families will create projects that will be brought home and act as reminders of gospel-centered family discipleship.

Lunch Preparation and Serve

Prepare and serve lunch for the volunteers and families. Lunch will be served immediately after 2nd service.

Click HERE to register as an Adult Volunteer.
Click HERE to register as an 8th Grade & High School Volunteer.