Youth Super High

Super High Registration

April 14-16, 2023 Registration Form

Super High Retreat – Information Brochure


This high-energy retreat is designed for church youth groups (grades 6-12) who are looking for a truly original weekend.  For the past twenty years, church leaders have brought their students and the CWR staff have taken care of everything else.  We offer Super High Retreats in April and two in November.

This weekend is packed full of Bible study, worship, and games including the Super High Cup competition.  Our trained staff will also be operating many recreation areas such as high ropes, climbing wall, canoeing, archery, riflery, giant swing, basketball, and others.

During the weekend there will be large group worship and Bible study sessions along with small group times where each youth group can spend time together.  Our staff has a desire to see young people grow and mature in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  This weekend provides that opportunity!

The cost for the weekend will include 2 nights accommodations, 4 meals, and all program fees.


Super High Speaker – Luke Whitehead

Luke is married to Anna and together they have 3 children Benjamin Luke (10), Mary Hatton (7), and Virginia Clare (4). Also in the house is their gentle giant, River, a playful and kind German Shepherd, plus a cat, Junior, who takes up space. Luke serves as the Pastor of Discipleship at Nashville Methodist in Nashville, NC.  Prior to this role he has many years of experience pastoring children and youth. Luke brings an enthusiastic style of teaching and preaching the Word that is deeply relatable, solidly biblical and wide open to the Spirit. Camp Willow Run is a special place to Luke as he met Jesus and confessed Jesus as Lord on July 4, 2002 during summer camp. Years later he met Anna Katherine, his now wife, while they were on staff together. For joy, Luke is an avid explorer, whether chasing waterfalls, climbing the peaks of the Appalachians, hunting whitetail deer, walking through the woods of Eastern Carolina or playing in the ocean at the Outer Banks – Luke loves to explore God’s creation.