KIDS CAMP 2023
July 3–7, 2023
Kids are all about having fun. It’s their full time job. Fun helps them grow in their faith and make life long friends. Your child’s spiritual growth and safety are some of our greatest priorities.
Our heart is not just to babysit, but to provide a safe, nurturing environment where your child will be well taken care of, prayed over, and taught stories from the Bible.
We want to make sure that your child is not only having fun and making friends, but is building their faith in the process. We strive to create an environment where your child can play, worship, and learn to apply the Bible to their lives.
We want to do our best to build up these young men and women and to begin to prepare them for their teenage years. We work to create and environment that fosters fun and engagement and also discussion and prayer with their peers.
Fun and faith intersect. From birth to sixth grade, our team has created an age-specific service that is tailor made for the needs of your children. We want kids to learn about God’s love through His Word, and know how to apply that to everyday life at home and with friends.
Each child at check-in will receive an ID sticker with a corresponding claim ticket for the parent that the child must wear before getting dropped off in a classroom. If there is ever a situation where a child needs the special care of a parent or guardian, the number that corresponds to your child’s ticket will show up on the screen in service. At pick up, your claim ticket must correspond with the child’s ID sticker given at drop-off. Under NO circumstance is a child released to an adult without proper identification.
Our kids’ safety is our top priority. Whether you are a first-time guest or a regular attendee, your child will be in the care of an adult at all times. Any person who works with us will be screened and interviewed prior to direct contact with children. This precautionary measure is for the protection of our children and for the ease and comfort of our parents. All volunteers have certain regimented guidelines to practice when dealing with specific age groups, dealing with areas of being alone with children, and when to notify parents in service.