DNOW is an in-town retreat for middle and high school students, packed with high-energy worship sessions, exciting activities, small group time, and more. Students stay in host homes with others their same grade and gender. Cost includes meals, activities, and a t-shirt.
Registration Open January 23 through March 6!
We desire to have every student participate in this incredible weekend and have a life changing experience for the Gospel. Providing scholarships allows for more opportunities for students to be a part of The WKND and not miss out due to financial reasons. Contact Taylors Students a firstname.lastname@example.org
Incredible leaders make The WKND! We desire passionate leaders to help students have an amazing few days growing close to Christ. Two leaders will lead a specific grade and gender while staying at a host home has two leaders with 6-9 students. Leaders stay in a home with students, facilitate discussion times, and help transport students to and from the church and other activities. If interested, please contact Taylors Students at email@example.com
What do you actually do during DNOW?
From Friday evening to Sunday after services, DNOW is jam packed with 4 great sessions! Each session consists of a dynamic guest speaker high-energy worship, and some crazy games. After each session is followed by a time of breaking into you host home groups and further discussing the session. On Saturday afternoon, students will participate in a surprise activity that is always a highlight of DNOW.
Who can participate in DNOW?
Any current middle and high school student can participate. We strongly encourage students that call Taylors their home to invite their friends to join them! If a friend comes, we will place that friend with your student.
How much does it cost and what does the cost include?
The total cost of DNOW is $75. This price includes all meals, transportation, activities, and a great looking shirt to wear! As always, we encourage students to bring their favorite drinks and snacks to share with their friends.
Where do students stay/sleep?
Students will be arranged by gender and grade in host homes (i.e. 6th grade boys). Each host home is a home of a Taylors FBC member that has had an updated background check performed. Depending on the size of the group, 1-2 leaders will accompany students throughout the weekend. These leaders also have an updated background check.