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Want to serve at Uncommon? Click HERE to sign up. 

What’s Uncommon Youth Experience

Simply put, it’s a call to action for young people to come together for a common goal to be an uncommon community. Not to try to blend in, but to stand out. Not to be different for different’s sake, but to model their life after Jesus and use their differences to make a difference in the world around them. 

Uncommon Youth Experience will be like nothing Oneighty has ever done before. It will be kind of like a camp, but not really. It will be kind of like a conference, but different. And it will be kind of like the most fun week of your life! But all in 2 days.  

We will kick it off Thursday night, August 1, with guest speaker Ryan Leak from Covenant Church in Dallas Texas. Ryan is an amazing communicator, author, and filmmaker, and we cannot wait for you to hear from him. Then we will come back Friday morning for a full day of breakout sessions, incredible worship, food, and something called the Gauntlet. To cap it all off, we’re ending in style with an all-nighter where we will continue the food, games, and fun, both on campus and off throughout the night! This is not an event you’ll want to miss. In fact, you’ll want to bring all your friends.

Ryan Leak 

Here’s what you need to know about Ryan Leak: He’s a husband to Amanda and dad to Jaxson. After that, he’s an Executive coach, author, filmmaker, and speaker that trains 15,000+ leaders and speaks to 200,000 people each year. 

He’s known as an ultimate risk taker from his two documentaries: The Surprise Wedding and Chasing Failure. Ryan proposed to his wife and married her on the same day, having planned their wedding in secret for two years. That documentary went viral in 2013 and the Leaks have been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Queen Latifah Show, and many other various media outlets.

Ryan’s most recent film is called Chasing Failure where he went on a journey to conquer his fear of failure by trying out for an NBA team. Ryan travels the country and teaches people how to remove the limitations that keep them from dreaming. 

Ryan and his family reside in Dallas, TX and serve on staff at Covenant Church as a part of the Teaching Team. 



  • Uncommon is for students who will be in 6th-12th grade for the 2019-2020 school year. Students that have just graduated are also welcome to attend. 
  • Any students younger than 6th grade are encouraged to attend KOTM’s Not Bummer Summer Day Camp. Details for the Not Bummer Summer Day Camp can be found at HERE


  • You can register for UNCOMMON by clicking on the Uncommon link at The group code is "180"
  • You don’t have to be attend Church on the Move to come to Uncommon. We are encouraging our students to invite their friends, even if they don’t attend COTM.
  • 99-Hour $99 Flash Sale from May 1-5. Full payment will be required when you fill out an application. You will receive a confirmation email upon the completion of your application.
  • The deadline to register is July 17, 2019.
  • Cancellations must be made by July 17, 2019 in order to be eligible for a refund. Prorated refunds are not available for students who have to leave early or are asked to leave for behavioral reasons. 

What should I bring? 

  • Bible, Journal, pen 
  • Spending money (We will have food trucks available at specific times, and will be selling merchandise and snacks throughout our time together at UNCOMMON.)
  • If you want to bring a change of clothes for the all-nighter, a backpack might be helpful. (No need to bring a pillow and blanket… you won’t be using it.)
  • Obviously, don’t bring illegal stuff like knives, guns, fireworks, drugs, juuls, etc. 

 Medical Information 

  • Nurses will be available during Uncommon. We will have ice packs and water available, but we will not administer medication or pain relievers. We will contact a parent or legal guardian if medication is needed. 
  • No over the counter medication will be permitted. If you make us aware that your student takes prescription or rescue medication during registration, we will reach out to you on how to best facilitate your next steps.  
  • If your student is on any prescription medications that can be administered prior to arrival, we recommend doing so in lieu of sending prescription medications with your child.
  • All approved prescription medications must be turned into the nurse upon arrival. Additional details will be given to you upon review of your application.  

 Food Information 

  • If the student is under medical supervision by a doctor or an allergy is known, the parent will need to provide alternative food. All food allergies/dietary restrictions will need to be disclosed in the application.  
  • Special foods can be sent only if medically necessary and approved by July 17.  Food will need to be checked in with the Nurses upon arrival. 


Please contact us! 

Phone: 918.439.8331 | Email: