Centrifuge Student Camp


June 25-June 30, 2018

What is Centrifuge?

Centrifuge is a discipleship camp for our 6th-12th grade students.  This camp includes graded Bible studies with students from other churches, recreation, and afternoon track times, all facilitated by FUGE camp staff. Evening activities include worship, church group time, camp-wide fellowships, and night life.

Where is Centrifuge?

Our camp will be held at North Greenville University in South Carolina.
North Greenville University is located in Tigerville in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Greenville, SC. The campus setting provides a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, with the college itself situated on the summit of a rolling hill amid acres of land. Centrifuge campers have the opportunity to participate in track times such as mountain biking, backpacking, ropes course, water sports, hiking, battleball and many other classroom and creative tracks.

Housing: Dorm Style - http://www.ngu.edu/residence-hall-tours.php
Bath: Suite Style or Community
Linens: Not Provided
Amenities: Indoor Gym, Pool, Tennis Courts, Snack Shop, Game Room, Volleyball, Ropes Course, Free Wi-Fi, Campus Bookstore
Average Weekly Camp Attendance: 800-1000


Opening Day
8:00am - Meet at PGBC
1:00 – 4:00 PM Registration
5:00 PM Dinner
6:30 PM Opening Celebration
7:30 PM Bible Study Groups
9:15 PM Church Group Rally
9:30 PM Church Group Time
11:00 PM In Rooms
11:30 PM Lights Out

Days 1, 3, & 4 of Camp
7:00 AM Breakfast /
8:00 AM Morning Celebration
8:45 AM Recreation
10:30 AM Quiet Time/Bible Study
12:00 PM Lunch
1:10 PM Track A Rally 
1:20 PM Track
2:20 PM Track
B Rally
2:30 PM Track
3:20 PM Return from Sites / Hang Time 
5:00 PM Dinner
6:30 PM Worship
8:00 PM Church Group Time
9:45 PM Night Life
10:15 PM Hang Time
11:00 PM In Rooms
11:30 PM Lights Out

Day 2 of Camp
*Morning Schedule is the same as Days 1, 3 & 4
3:20 PM Extended Free Time
8:30 PM Worship
10:00 PM Church Group Time
11:00 PM In Rooms
11:30 PM Lights Out

Closing Day
7:00 AM Breakfast
8:00 AM Quiet Time/Bible Study
9:45 AM Closing Celebration
10:45 AM  Depart
4:00pm- Arrive at PGBC

What to Bring:

  • -Linens, towels, pillows, blankets
  • -Water bottle you can refill and carry with you
  • -Closed toe, closed heel shoes  (for outdoor activities)
  • -Bible, notepad, and pen
  • -Toiletries such as toothbrush and shampoo
  • -Sun protection
  • -Spending money for snacks, camp store, and missions offering



A study on the life of Paul
and living on mission for Christ

Travis-Agnew (1)
Camp Speaker -
Travis Agnew

Travis Agnew is the Senior Pastor of Rocky Creek Baptist Church in Greenville, SC.  Married to Amanda, Travis is also the father of two sons and one daughter. Travis graduated from North Greenville University with a B.A. in Christian Studies and a Music minor. Earning a M.Div. and  D.Min. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, his doctoral focus was on family discipleship. In addition to authoring Freshman 15, Don't Drop Your Kids Off at Church, and 5 Worship Team Killers, he has also developed LifeWay curriculum with the Kendrick Brothers including the studies The Battle Plan for Prayer, Honor Begins at Home, The Love Dare for Parents, and The Resolution for Men Bible Study. He blogs frequently about faith and family at travisagnew.org.


Day 1 // Accepting the Mission

Paul's Journey to Christ: Students will study Saul's conversion and resulting life change and be challenged to accept the gospel as their own.
Scripture: Acts 9:1-22, 13:1-4
Key Verse: Acts 9:20

Day 2 // Living the Mission

Paul's Missionary Journeys: Students will learn from Paul's missionary journeys and discover that living the mission includes sharing the gospel, discipling others, and encouraging one another in the faith.
Scripture: Acts 11:19-26, 14:21-23, 16:11-15, 20:17-24
Key Verse: Acts 20:24

Day 3 // Roadblocks to the Mission

Paul's Hindrances on the Journey: Students will study how Paul faced difficulties as he shared the gospel, yet never gave up on the mission. Scripture: Acts 13:44-14:7, 15:36-41, 19:21-20:1
Key Verse: Acts 13:51-52

Day 4 // Continuing the Mission

Paul's Charge to the Churches: Students will learn to be steadfast in their faith and to take this faith home with them to live on mission as a part of the body of Christ.
Scripture: Ephesians 6:10-18, Philippians 1:6- 11, 27-30 and
Colossians 2:6-7, 4:2-6
Key Verse: Philippians 1:27


Camp Worship Leader - Jarod Espy


NIGHT LIFE 1:The Mission: East Asia
Sometimes we understand a need more when we see it first hand. This walk-through prayer experience puts the student in the shoes of a child in East Asia to find out what the hindrances to the gospel are for that region and what your student can do to help. This is a partnership effort with the IMB.

NIGHT LIFE 2: The Mission: Escape
We've seen our heroes fight to complete their mission on screen, now we'll strive to do the same. The Mission: Escape is an escape room experience where the student works mightily with the members of their Bible study group to crack the code, solve the puzzle, and break the lock before the others on campus do the same.

Get your game faces on and come ready to compete for the FUGE Cup! We're taking it back to 1979, when FUGE started! Come decked out in your best 70s attire.

Ready to sign up?

Click here to register for
Summer Camp
(completed 6th-12th grade June 2018)

$50 non-refundable deposit
Total Cost: $185


Church Member Login - Pleasant Garden Baptist Church - 1415 Neelley Rd. - PO Box 157 - Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 - (336) 674-5382
Rev. Michael J. Barrett - Pastor