Nov
3
Sat
2018
Fall Festival @ Summit Baptist Church Parking Lot M Building
Nov 3 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Fall Festival Outside Rain or Shine Event

Dec
4
Tue
2018
Annual Ladies Christmas Dinner @ Summit Baptist Church
Dec 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Jun
10
Mon
2019
@ FUGE 2019
Jun 10 – Jun 15 all-day
 @ FUGE 2019 | Tigerville | South Carolina | United States

MIDDLE SCHOOL

At Centrifuge, students are divided into groups for recreation and Bible study based on age ranges by grade completed. Recreation is facilitated within Bible study groups by a member of our trained FUGE camp staff, who also leads the Bible study. Each activity serves a specific purpose and is debriefed so students can make application in their lives.

Students also participate in Track Times. Track Times are created to give students the opportunity to participate in something with which they are familiar, or try something new! Students are divided into “tracks” based on a list of activities they indicate during the registration process. We offer creative, active, performance, and classroom-based activities during these times, and each track is led by a member of the FUGE staff.

HIGH SCHOOL

At MFuge, Students are divided into groups for Bible study and ministry based on the type of work they request. Off-site ministry is facilitated within Bible study groups by a member of our trained FUGE camp staff, who also leads the Bible study. Ministry sites vary by location, but groups are trained and equipped for ministry through activities such as painting and yard work, facilitating activities with kids, or working in a homeless shelter. Adult leaders from your church accompany Bible study groups to the ministry site. Lunch is provided at ministry site.

During the day your students will be challenged and stretched as individuals; in the evenings, you’ll have an opportunity to build group unity over dinner, worship, fellowship and church group devotions.

MFuge is designed to give students a mission experience that opens their eyes to similar opportunities they may have to serve in their own communities, learning to live every day life on mission!