Clash Camp Info

General FAQ

Clash Camp is the summer camp of the United Youth Ministry at Grace Family Church. Clash Camp is created specifically for middle and high school students. Between experiencing Christ through worship and engaging messages, to exciting War Games, and fun with friends, Clash Camp will be the best week of summer!

Camp Kulaqua - High Springs, Florida

Yes! Students who are graduating high school in May will be able to attend Clash Camp. There is an option to enroll as a graduating senior.

Yes! Incoming 6th graders are able to attend our Middle School Camp.

If your student has special needs and you are interested in sending them to Clash Camp, please email us at before enrolling your student. We would love to talk to you so we can see if we are able to accommodate your student. While we work to make camp an environment that all students can experience and enjoy, Clash Camp is not always able to accommodate students who need one-on-one assistance, have extreme dietary restrictions, and/or have certain disabilities.

Mandatory Parent Night will be held on Wednesday, July 12, 2023 at the Lutz location.

If your student will require any medications at Clash Camp, our “Medicine Distribution Form” must be turned in with the medicine to our Nursing Team on the day of departure for camp. All medicine must be completely labeled with your student’s name and placed in a gallon-size Ziploc bag. The Medicine Distribution Form may be printed at home, picked up at the parent meeting on Wednesday, July 12, or completed on the day of camp drop-off.

We will provide all parents/guardians with three points of contact while your student is at camp. This information will be provided at the mandatory Parent Night on Wednesday, July 12.

Middle School drop-off will be on the pavers of the Lutz location at 6:30 AM on Sunday, July 16th. Note: We cannot accommodate late arrivals.

High School drop-off will be on the pavers of the Lutz location at 7:30 AM on Wednesday, July 19th. Note: We cannot accommodate late arrivals.

Middle School will return to the Lutz location on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 19th between 2:00-3:00 PM. 

High School will return to the Lutz location on the afternoon of Saturday, July 22nd between 1:00-2:00 PM.

Camp Kulaqua features a full dining hall, which offers buffet-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Clash Camp Store will also be open during free time and late at night for campers to purchase snacks and drinks.

If your student has food allergies, please indicate this on the enrollment form. If your student has extreme food allergies, please email us at so we can work with you directly to make sure we are able to accommodate your student.

Yes. We will have a 24/7 security team at Clash Camp to ensure the safety of our students. Additionally there will be an assigned Group Counselor for every 5-9 students. Each group counselor is background checked and interviewed by Grace Family Church staff prior to contact with students.

Your student will need a Bible, journal, water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray, tennis shoes, clothing for four days, toiletries, towel, swimsuit, rain jacket/poncho, watch/alarm clock, and a sleeping bag/pillow. Please label everything with your student’s name. A comprehensive packing list will be provided prior to departing for camp. Students may also bring spending money for Clash Camp 2023 merchandise and snacks in our camp store. We recommend $25 for the week. All other meals and drinks will be provided as a part of your Clash Camp enrollment. We recommend that you pack all of your student’s items in one wheeled-suitcase or duffle bag. Whatever your student brings, they are responsible for carrying to and from the bus and their accommodations.

Clash Camp schedule information will be released in July.

Dontations FAQ

1) Login to your MyWell account through the direct donate link below 

2) Click on “give now”

3) Select "Clash Camp Donation" in the "give to" drop down box

4) Type in desired donation amount and payment information

5) Complete payment

*a MyWell account is required to donate online


1) Make the check out to Grace Family Church

2) Please write "Clash Camp 2023 Donation" in the memo field

2) Mail check to the following address

ATTN: Clash Camp 2023

Grace Family Church

5101 Van Dyke Road

Lutz, FL 33558


Drop check off at the front desk of the Lutz Location Offices

Payments and contributions by check WILL NOT BE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE.

Financial FAQ

Yes! If full payment is not made at the time of registration, a $200 deposit is required to save your student’s spot. remaining balance must be paid through regular monthly payments. You will receive a payment reminder every 30 days via email. 

We never want cost to be the reason a student can’t attend Clash Camp. One reason we open Clash Camp enrollment early is so everyone will have an opportunity to make smaller payments leading up to Camp. Hopefully this payment plan will alleviate the burden of paying the full cost at once. If you know you won’t be able to afford Clash Camp, even with a payment plan, you may be eligible for financial aid. If you or a student you know needs financial assistance to attend Clash Camp, apply here. Registration and deposit must be completed for each student before financial aid applications will be processed. When financial aid is approved, the approved amount of aid will be credited to your student's account and monthly bills will be adjusted accordingly.

Yes! For each additional sibling registered, you will receive a $30 discount on your account balance.

Yes. Requests for refunds will be honored through Friday, June 30th, After June 30th, all payments will be non-refundable.

We will have snacks and merchandise available for purchase. While it is not necessary to send additional money, we recommend $25 for the week.

If you have any additional questions please email us at and we will be in touch.

War Games FAQ

War Games are our way of having a little friendly competition at camp. We will have two scheduled sessions of War Games in which teams will compete in outdoor recreational games to win points for their team. Teams will also earn points for displaying team spirit, stellar conduct, and service to others throughout the camp experience.

Points will be earned by playing War Games, displaying team spirit throughout each day, and acts of service toward others. War Games rules and points structure will be shared when your student arrives at Camp.

War Games teams will be announced at the Mandatory Parent Night on Wednesday, July 12th.  

Each team will be assigned a male and female War Games leader. Leaders will be announced at Parent Night.