Middle and High School students – we have some exciting news for you! Although we had to cancel our Rise 2020 summer camp due to COVID-19, we packed all that fun into something called Rise One Night and it will be happening on Friday, August 14th from 6pm to Midnight. Rise One Night will be an opportunity for students to level up spiritually and grow in their relationship with God while enjoying inspirational worship and practical teaching. We’ll have a “Hot Seat” forum where you will also get a chance to ask Our NextGen Pastor, Brad ANY question you want. Plus, there will be Chick-Fil-A and giveaways!
What: Rise One Night
Who: Middle School and High School Students
When: August 14th – 6pm-midnight
Where: The Journey, Newark
Why: To see a generation of students level up spiritually!

Safety FAQs:


Do I need to RSVP?

Yes! We are limiting building occupancy in order to maintain appropriate social distancing of 6 feet away.


Can I invite my friends?

Absolutely! Please have them make their own RSVP so we know how many individuals we have coming. Please be aware that groups will only be seated together if they are in the same family or household in order to maintain safe social distancing.


Who can I sit next to?

Each individual will be seated 6 feet away from the person next to them (3 full seats), unless they are in the same family or household, in which case they will be seated together.


What extra cleaning are you doing?

We will be deep cleaning and disinfecting high touch surfaces before and after the event.


Will you be doing temperature checks? 

Each person will receive a temperature check when arriving at the door. In order to attend, your temperature must be less than or equal to 99.4 Fahrenheit.


What are the hygiene requirements?

Everyone is encouraged to use hand sanitizer when they enter and leave the facility, and to wash their hands thoroughly after they use the restroom. Hand sanitizer stations are available at all entrances and exits.


Are the bathrooms available for use?

Our bathrooms will be open for limited use only.


Are masks required?

A mask covering the nose and mouth will be required to be worn by every individual at all times in the building. The only exceptions are the stage communicators and worship team, who will not be masked when they are on the stage. Wearing a mask protects others and makes it a safer environment for everyone. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one upon arrival.


How are you maintaining physical distancing?

Everyone who wants to attend needs to RSVP online. The capacity will be limited to ensure physical distancing can be maintained, and ushers will seat people to maintain space between each person.