In a matter of hours, Woolsey Baptist Church’s campus transformed unlike never before. The stage, choir loft, and piano became a beach and center-stage for worship. The parking lot and fields turned into basketball courts, archery zones, and flag football fields. Each hallway and classroom received a complete makeover. Even Pastor Chuck’s office transformed into “man land” to house some of the 400 plus campers.
For the first time ever, WBC hosted WinShape Camps for Communities, including hundreds of campers, dozens of volunteers from WBC and other like-minded churches, 32 college-age students from around the country, and yes, lots of Chick-fil-A.
Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy and his wife
Jeannette believed there are limitless possibilities when you invest in the
lives of the next generation. That’s why they created the WinShape Foundation.
Truett desired to live out Proverbs 22:1 (“A good name is rather to be chosen
over great riches”) and to share that truth with others.
WinShape Camps and Chick-fil-A were founded upon the same principles: service, hospitality, family-friendliness, and excellence. WinShape Camps partners with Chick-fil-As around the country to bring camp to their communities. Thanks to Truett Cathy, at the core of WinShape Camps there exists a relentless pursuit to provide an experience that transforms campers and families.
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