Kids Day Camp
Kids will be challenged to raise their game of life
by Knowing God and trusting Jesus!
We are excited and gearing up for an amazing Day Camp this summer! Here are our dates so you can save them on your calendar! Campers only sign up for one week, so choose the week that best suits your family’s summer plans!
Week #2: July 22-26 Camp is full
Camp is for children Grades Sk –Grade 5, the grade they are entering in the fall of 2019.
9-4 pm Mon, Wed. and Friday
9-12 pm Tues. and Thurs.
9-4 pm Monday to Friday
On line registration and payment for the community will open Saturday, April 13 at 9 am until Camp is Full. A link to the registration form will appear on this page.
New and Improved Registration this year! No need to have multiple people registering for you! If you are registering more than one child for the same week of camp, you can register them all as one family in one sitting!
Partial sponsorships are available; please call the church with your request before April 5, 2019.
As well, if you are interested in applying for Jump Start funding, apply early and have that information available when you register for day camp.
Payment details: Full payment, by debit or credit card may be made on-line during the registration process. To pay in person, please come in to the church on Tuesday April 16, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, cash, cheque or credit card will be accepted. Payment in 2 installments can be arranged, half of the total cost upon registration and the remainder on May 21, 2019. There is a $25 admin fee for NSF cheques. If your camper needs to cancel their camp spot, full refund minus $20 admin fee will be given before June 1. No refunds after June 1.
Be prepared for on-line registration! Have this information collected!
Home and Cellphone numbers, address, camper’s birth date, school name, grade entering in the fall, health card #, swim level, behavioral/medical/physical concerns, shirt size, friend your child wants to be paired with (within one grade level), McDonald's choices, elective choices and emergency contact information.
If while registering your child you receive a message that the maximum number of openings for that camp has been filled, do not remove that participant. Instead using the drop down list, change your camper to waiting list so we can receive the campers information.
What do we do at camp?
We start the day with a super fun opening session of high energy songs, games and information for the day. After that, the campers spend the morning in various activities including games, snacks, crafts or electives, and learning a bible story! In the afternoon we go on an outing to different events including swimming, bowling, adventure farms and many more places! Campers need to bring a nut free lunch each day as well as snacks.
McDonald's Choices available when you register for camp:
Entree: Hamburger/Cheeseburger/McNuggets or Snack Wrap
Side: French Fries or Apple Slices
Drink: Chocolate Milk, White Milk, Apple Juice or Ice Tea
Children will have an opportunity to participate in 2 of the electives below during the week and learn a fun skill! We will do our best to assign each camper into one of their top 2 choices.
Campers will have the opportunity to learn some basic golfing skills at the Exeter Golf Club. No experience necessary, no equipment needed. Campers will be transported to the golf course by personal vehicle during the elective time.
Kids in the Kitchen
Young food lovers can get their bake on! Learn the basics of successful baking/cooking and walk away with some delicious homemade treats. Get ready to mix, measure and have fun!
Campers will have the opportunity to build their very own marshmallow catapult using their construction skills and creativity. Once complete they will enjoy some sweet action as they challenge one another in some healthy competition.
Macrame Wall Art
God made us all special and unique with different minds and personalities. In this elective you will have the opportunity to get creative, just as God did with you! You will design a unique wall tapestry with your choice of yarn colours and other media such as feathers, beads and pom poms. Join us for this fun experience making something that’s uniquely your own!
Campers will not only be taught basic karate techniques such as punches, kicks, blocks and simple self- defenses, they will also be taught non- physical options through “Bully Buster” and “Street Smart” sessions. Loose fitting clothes are recommended for this elective.
Feel free to contact Lori Bjelis with any questions!