Howdy. We have been praying for weeks that SOAR would be able to happen as it has for years. For many students, this event has been the launching point for a spiritual and communal trajectory that has led to fellowship with God and His followers. We believe that the connections made during this transitional time are a priority, which is why we have chosen to proceed with SOAR 2020. Though SOAR will look slightly different than usual, we trust that we can be cautious and celebratory in this new beginning for the students.
We are putting safety procedures into place, because we recognize the importance and responsibility in regards to our own and other's physical health. Additionally, we are in the process of making contingency plans in the event that we cannot execute SOAR as originally planned, while still being able to provide an uplifting experience to incoming students. We are doing our best to navigate the current circumstances in conjunction with all of our events.
Please join us in praying for wisdom as we continue to make decisions about next semester, for students to find a place to grow their faith, and for the physical and spiritual healing our world desperately needs.
Covid-19 Precautions In Place for SOAR
Extra sanitizing with specific volunteers assigned to this task
50% capacity beds (as space allows)
No self serve food or drink
Individual transportation allowed, carpool offered
Please wear a mask in Bluebonnet and the Mess Hall, except when eating.
You will be individually contacted regarding packing, arrival times and other specific details.
If you have any questions regarding SOAR, AFC or Covid-19 precautions, please reach out to: