Prep for Your Trip

We can’t wait to see you at MOVE this summer! The MOVE team has spent this past year planning and preparing for your arrival. To make your time at MOVE even more enjoyable, here are some things you should know before arriving.  
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Housing

In response to a growing number of venues that require the names of all individuals attending an event ahead of time, 21 days or before groups will be responsible for entering attendee and roommate information into Brushfire. The link to enter the attendee information will be sent out approximately 35 days before the event. The timely completion of this data entry will enable CIY to complete the housing assignment process and make the arrival process on campus easier.  

Groups will no longer be permitted to assign 1 adult and 1 student to a room. CIY advises groups to house adult leaders in rooms together. For events and trips that include overnight accommodations, Christ In Youth houses attendees based on their biological sex. If there are any questions or concerns, please contact us at (417) 781-2273 or serve@ciy.com

To efficiently prepare housing for each group, the total males and total females registered with each group shall be considered final as of 21 days prior to the event. 

The group leader is responsible for notifying MOVE of any changes to the number of males or females at least 21 days prior to the event.  

Any changes to the total males or total females less than 21 days prior to the event will result in a $50 Housing Adjustment Fee being added to the group’s total balance – this is a per occurrence fee, not per person. 

The Housing Adjustment Fee ($50) will not be charged if the group is adding to its total registration count for the event, only if the number of males or females increases while the total number remains the same or decreases. 


MOVE Rules

  1. Respect others and yourself.
  2. No guys in girl’s dorms beyond the front lobby and vice versa. 
  3. Alcohol, tobacco, vaping, drugs, and weapons are absolutely prohibited.
  4. Everyone must be in his or her dorm by the designated “In Dorm Time.” 
  5. For security reasons, no students with backpacks are allowed into the auditorium or cafeteria. 
  6. Follow the schedule.  Be where you are supposed to be when you are supposed to be there.  
  7. During sessions, stay in your church’s assigned seating area.  Please follow the posted seating chart.  
  8. Do not leave the auditorium once the speakers begin talking.
  9. Respect the campus – no TP, water balloons, shaving cream, sidewalk chalk, etc.  No practical jokes!
  10. Do not move furniture. You will be charged for venue staff moving it back.
  11. Do not dial 911 unless it is a true emergency. 
  12. Absolutely no fireworks at any time during MOVE or while on campus property.
  13. No deliveries of any kind to the campus.  
  14. Students may leave campus ONLY with adult supervision; those staying behind must have an adult present.
  15. Follow the MOVE dress code.
  16. No hazing of any kind will be tolerated.

The adult leaders for each group are ultimately responsible for ensuring students follow the MOVE and campus rules. MOVE reserves the right to dismiss any youth or adult leader who cannot abide by these rules.


MOVE Dress Code


Acceptable (or Tip Top!)

  • MOVE T-shirts
  • Chacos
  • Fanny Packs
  • Bucket Hats
  • MOVE sunglasses 
  • Crocs
  • Hoodies
  • Jerseys
  • MOVE Hats

 


Unacceptable

  • Short Shorts  
  • Sagging Pants
  • Bikinis   
  • Miniskirts
  • Spaghetti Straps 
  • Low Cut Tops
  • Morph Suits
  • Non-medical masks

MOVE Packing List


What To Bring:

  • Bible
  • Notebook and pen/pencil
  • Clothing for five days, including travel time
  • Personal toiletry items, including prescription medication
  • Towel
  • Bedding/sleeping bag to fit a single bed
  • Money for travel, the MOVE Store, offering, etc
  • (optional) Athletic attire for recreation time

What NOT To Bring

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, vapes, etc
  • Refrigerators, TV's, fireworks, or air-conditioners
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