Please email completed “Group Registration Form” to Dave Gevock (email@example.com) by noon on September 15th.
Fall Conference Housing Information
Dormitory style housing is available for all conferees on the Webster property. Rooms consist of between 6 and 12 bunk beds and have adjacent bath and shower facilities. The rooms are air conditioned and the mattresses on the beds are twin sized. Bedding is not provided. Bring twin sheets or sleeping bag, pillow, towels and wash clothes. If you forget to bring bedding and towels, Webster can provide them for a small fee.
There is a camping option for those who want to risk and weather the elements. Campers must bring all their necessary camping gear, including bug repellant. Campers will be able to use bath and shower facilities in main lodge only. Violation of the campground rules may result in the loss of this option in future years.
Fall Conference Campground rules
- No vehicles allowed in the campground area. See posted signs at entrance to the area.
- Campfires in designated fire rings only.
- Campfires should not be unattended. Extinguish fires before going to sleep or going to sessions
- Use firewood that has been stocked at each fire ring. More wood can be obtained from a woodpile at the back of the campground area.
- Place tents at a safe distance from fire rings (approximately 10 feet).
- Buckets of water at each fire ring are for extinguishing fires, not for washing, drinking, or baptizing other campers.
- Treat fellow campers with courtesy, respect, and honor.
- Please limit noise in the camping area after midnight as other campers will be trying to sleep.
- Bathroom facilities on the ground level and second floor of the cafeteria building (also called Main Lodge) are designated for campers.
- Access second floor bathroom facilities from the outside stairs at the ends of the building.
- No use of the bunkrooms or their facilities is permitted.
- Keep all food stored in sealed containers.
- Place all trash in dumpsters near the cafeteria.
- Do not enter tents being used by campers of the opposite gender, unless you are married and sharing a tent with your spouse and/or children.