Resound is a worship arts camp for middle school students, 6th-8th. Students will experience two days packed with singing and activities designed to enhance their passion for music and worship.

1 Chronicles 15:15 – David told the leaders of the Levites to appoint their fellow Levites as musicians to make a joyful sound with musical instruments: lyres, harps and cymbals.


Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Resound. Please contact us if you don’t see the answer to a question you have…we are always happy to help!

Most Asked Questions

1. What should I expect as far as accommodations are concerned?

With camp being at OBU, everyone will be staying in their campus dorms (most of the rooms have two twin size beds). You will need to provide your own sleeping bag/bedding and towels.

2. What about the meals?

Everyone will eat in the school’s grill Friday and Saturday morning for breakfast. They have a variety of stations in order to offer a variety of food. OBU controls the menu.

3. Who will be in the dorm room with me?

When you fill out the registration form, there is the opportunity to indicate who you would like to room with. We do ask that you be flexible in this as we try our best to place you with who you prefer, but there are times when it may not be possible. We will place everyone with a “roommate,” beginning with those who have listed a preference and then proceeding to those who have not.

4. What does my registration include?

Your registration includes lodging, meals, Resound t-shirt, OBU fees and program costs. Your registration directly funds the ability to provide this retreat.

5. What is the cost?

**Early bird price!
Camper registration: $50 per person.
Sponsor registration: $50 per person.

**Price after April 22nd!
Camper registration: $60 per person.
Sponsor registration: $60 per person.

6. When is the registration deadline?

The deadline for registration is June 19th.

7. What grades is this camp for?

This camp is for middle school students. That can be a student who is going into 6th grade all the way through a student who has completed 8th grade.