SURGE

Warren Hall PicWarren Hall has been on staff at Hope Church in Everett as administrator since February of 2015 where he is also an elder and member of various ministries including their KidsNite children’s program. Born in Seattle, he graduated from Seattle Pacific University in 1983 and married Sarah a year later.
They have three grown children, Greta, Nelson and Emma. Warren’s hobbies include soccer, hiking, biking, surfing, brisk walks with their dog and anything that has to do with family.
Warren is continually amazed and thankful for God’s great love and provision. God is Good!
4th-6th graders stay in cabins with counselors at W-Bar-B Ranch.
A great line-up of activities await them, including the ever-popular night swim and the campfire.
With Bible messages delivered by a dynamic speaker, it is sure to be a spiritual highlight of their year.
SURGE eats meals and has most all of its activities down at the ranch. Then, in the evening, they join everyone for the service in the Program Center.

What to Bring

  • Bible
  • Notebook & Pen
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Flashlight
  • Pillow
  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
  • Miscellaneous Toiletries (anything you need to stay clean)
  • Towels for showering & swimming
  • Clothes for 6 days – including warm sweatshirt/jacket for evening campfire
  • Swimsuit
  • Necessary Medications (to be administered by the Camp Nurse)
  • Spending money (for snacks and fee-activities such as the climbing tower)

What to Leave at Home

  • All electronic devices, including cell phones, personal music players, etc.
  • Bad Attitudes
  • Pets
  • Fireworks