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Global Reunion 2020

Global Reunion unites Third Culture Kids (TCKs) and Third Culture Adults (TCAs) from all over the world. During Global Reunion campers develop tools for ReEntry as well as skills for cross cultural living.

Group of Students

To our Glob­al Reunion 2020 family:

Many hours of conversation and planning have already taken place in preparation for GR 2020. However, COVID-19 has forced Global Reunion organizers to consider:

  • the global nature of our camp: our participants come from all over the world where travel restrictions may be in place when they are planning to come
  • the feeding of our campers: most of the food provided for our large group of campers is brought in by volunteers. Volunteers are being affected in extensive ways.
  • the structure of the camp: participants share dorm rooms for accommodation. It is impossible to guarantee a virus-free environment, especially when participants come from countries around the world that have varying restrictions for interaction.
  • the possibility of resurgence of the virus around the time of Global Reunion: even if normal life resumes in several weeks, there are predictions that there will be second wave. We have no way of knowing when it might hit.

We think it best to cancel this year's camp in view of the above considerations.
We would like you to know that InterMission will offer a Reentry InterMission on September 11-12. This event is free of charge and is offered for missionary families who are in transition. You can register now for the September. Reentry Event at If you are interested and would like to know more, you can contact

Blessings in Christ,

The Global Reunion Organizers

Clock tower with long sidewalk leading to dorm

15th Annu­al Glob­al Reunion July 26 — 302021

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News From The Oklahoman

The flags told stories of their own.

Representing 39 countries, they helped participants of the "Global Reunion" honor countries close to their hearts as they closed out the recent weeklong camp at Oklahoma Christian University.

Two Boys holding flag

Cross-Cul­tur­al Leadership

Sarah Cariaga (Registrar)

Nancy Hartman (Camp Coordinator)

Cherry Hart (Teen/Young Adult Camp)

Kent Hartman (Adult Camp)

Clay Hart (Adult Camp)

Becky Holton (Children's Camp 5-12)

Group of Adult Leadership

Need to Know More

Who is it for

Adults/Parents of TCKs
Teens and Young Adults ages 13 and up
Children 5 to 12
Military Families
Missionary Families

What to Bring

Sheets (or sleeping bag) for single beds, towels, toiletries, Bible, pillow, clothes, shoes for sports, casual clothing, sun screen, insect repellent, and a modest swimsuit

Teens and Parents should pack separately to stay in the same dorm but different floors.

Provided in each room is a small refrigerator and a small microwave.

What Does it Cost

Early Bird Discount:
TCKs: $120 per camper
2nd child in the same family $100
3rd child in the same family $80
4th child in the same family $60
Adults: $120 per couple, $75 single adult

June 15 - cost for each camper increases $40
July 1 - registration closes

Payment due on arrival, checks payable to Global Reunion.

Where to Check-In

Check-in at the Garvey Center Monday, July 27th starting at 1 p.m. The Garvey Center, also known as the welcome center, is located at number 11 on the map.

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Contact Nancy Hartman