What to Bring
What to Bring
Every camp is different, so it's important to know what you'll need to bring and what we will provide for you. PraiseWorks is on the campus of Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.
Here's our suggested list:
Black folder for choir music (please have name on the inside)
Pen or pencil
Instrument for orchestra members
Bedding (sleeping bag or sheets/blanket) and pillow
Money for snacks, ice cream shop, and OBU bookstore (no big bills, bring rolls of quarters for vending machines)
Cell phone (must be off during rehearsals, tracks, and worship)
Talent show music, accompaniment, props, etc (must sign up for talent show on the registration form)
Reminders For Tracks
Needed for all levels of guitar tracks -- advanced level prefers an electric guitar with a small amp.
An all black outfit (and one 'dressy' outfit for Omega Drama)
Drum sticks needed (preferably 5A or 7A)
Black pants, solid color shirt (any color), black socks or black jazz shoes
Camera required. (iPhone will work, but it is not ideal because you can't manipulate it and learn to be creative)
Advanced - bring a favorite hymn arrangement or worship song to play
Bring a solid black t-shirt for Tracks on Display
Tech, Sound, Lighting:
Please do not repeat this class if you have taken it previously
Video - Advanced:
Video must be submitted by June 18 for approval of this class (see course description)
Evening Worship Choir:
Must have Minister of Music Recommendation
What to Wear for the Week
Modest shorts are fine for the morning and afternoon. Jeans, long pants, capris, dresses, or skirts are preferred for night. Wear only shirts with sleeves (no skinny straps, tank tops, negative logos or messages).
What to Wear for Friday Worship
PraiseWorks T-Shirt (provided)
Blue jeans (no shorts, capris, or holes)
Comfortable shoes (no flip flops)
PraiseWorks Mission Project
We are supplying food and paper goods for church planters to use to reach children and families. It should be foods that will need minimum preparation i.e. Ramen noodles, cereal, canned meat (spam, potted meat, vienna sausage, etc.) and crackers. We are also collecting paper towels and toilet paper. They will be collected at the end of Wednesday night’s worship.