Walking Wisely Weekend

Middle schoolers from across the city gather for Walking Wisely Weekend During this in-town retreat, students stay in local homes with their small groups and also gather together on campus for two mind-blowing sessions!

W3 2017 Dates:
February 24–26
Woodstock only: March 3–5

Frequently Asked Questions

Although we do not know the exact ratios until after registration closes, we like to have one leader for every eight students.
Someone on staff will call the phone number you provided us when you registered your student.
Yes. We will have an EMT present during the main sessions. If your student is on medication, there will be a table at check-in for you to leave the medication with the small group leader, who will dispense it throughout the weekend.
Your student’s group will be assigned a host home by the church before Walking Wisely. At that point, the small group leader should contact you with the necessary information.
The emergency contact information will be given to you at check-in on Friday night. You may also contact your student’s small group leader if needed.
Please indicate this in your student’s registration.
First, make sure the small group leader is aware of your plans. There will be a Time Away table at check-in on Friday night. You will need to fill out a form then.
No. The cost of registration includes all food and the group activity (with the exception of paintball).
The main sessions will be streamed live on our website. During W3, there will be a link on our homepage that will take you to the stream.
We are excited to say that we have added the medical insurance and information to the registration page. No additional forms are needed.
When you sign up for W3 before the end of the day on Sunday, December 20, you’ll receive a Buy One, Get One event registration. All you have to do is register your student like you normally would. In your confirmation email, you’ll see steps that explain how to nominate another student (who doesn't attend Transit) for the free W3 registration. If that student isn’t currently on a small group roster, we’ll email his/her parent a registration link for $0.00. The purpose of this promotion is to create a conversation between you and your student about which of their friends they would like to introduce to Transit. That’s it—no strings attached, no hidden fees, no telemarketers . . . just partnering with your students to get their friends excited about coming to church.