"Thank you for the conservative music, and servant's heart portrayed at the conference."
—Pastor from California
"The conference was an awesome experience. The care for the students and the passionate preaching make the difference."
—Parent from North Carolina
Dr. Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of Lancaster Baptist Church and the founder and president of West Coast Baptist College.
Dr. John Goetsch is the Executive Vice President of West Coast Baptist College and has served Christ as an evangelist for more than 40 years.
Dean Miller is a powerful preacher and the pastor of Central Baptist Church, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Dr. Jim Schettler is the Vice President of Student Affairs at West Coast Baptist College.
Registration is $75 per person before March 1 and $85 thereafter. (Groups who begin their registration prior to March 1 will receive the lower registration rate. Payments and final counts can be submitted after March 1 and are not completely due until April 5.) Registration includes all services and sessions, admission to Six Flags and all meals listed in the above schedule. If you prefer not to attend the Six Flags activity, you can register for $60 before March 1 and $70 thereafter. Online registration will open in August 2015. Preferred conference seating is provided on a first come first serve basis assigned by date registered.
Lodging is not included in the cost of registration. However, WCBC works with several local hotels to provide you with quality options. Find those options here.
Girls should wear modest, loose fitting, knee-length shorts or culottes or knee-length skirts for morning sessions and afternoon activities; knee-length skirts or dresses for evening services; no tight-fitting or low-cut clothing is permitted. Guys should wear modest jeans or casual pants for the morning sessions and afternoon activities; T-shirts that advertise worldly items or lifestyles should not be worn; nice casual pants and collared shirts should be worn for evening services.
Bring clothing for three days of exciting activities and preaching services, your Bible, a pen, bath articles, some spending money, a soft heart, and a good attitude.