Agents of C.H.A.N.G.E at Bethel Lutheran Church
July 8 to July 12
9am to 12pm Daily
Description: As we venture into this week together with your campers, we will keep the following objectives in mind.
· Learn that Jesus teaches us how to live and thrive in Christian community.
· Recognize themselves as called and capable agents of change in the world.
· Show the transforming power of God’s grace through acts of life-changing love.
TRANSFORMED COMMUNITY: GOD’S AGENT OF C.H.A.N.G.E.
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect.
Address: 12919 NE 159th St PO BOX 175 Brush Prairie, WA 98606
VCKids: Summer Nights
July 22 to July 25
6pm to 8pm Daily
Description: Vancouver Church’s VCKids program is hosting four consecutive nights of fun in the sun on July 22 – 25 for our incoming Kindergarten – 5th Graders. Each night will consist of games, lessons, and snacks centered around one of these four themes: Olympics, Art, Science, and an all out Messy Day! Kids are welcome to attend all four nights, or they can select specific nights that interest them. Each night will be it’s own independent experience!
Address: 3300 NE 78th Street Vancouver, WA 98665
Journey Theater Summer Camp: Surf’s Up! Musical Theater Summer Camp
June 24 – 28 at Eastridge Church, Clackamas
June 24 – 28 at Parkside Fellowship, Beaverton
July 15 – 19 at Cascade Park Baptist Church, Vancouver
August 12 – 16 at Cascade Park Baptist Church, Vancouver
9am to 3pm Daily
Description: Campers will build skills in acting, singing and dancing as they prepare for the Camp Showcase on Friday. Our camp script follows the story of three friends who enter the Junior Surfing Championship, each hoping to win the grand prize. Just as the competition heats up, a large wave hits they get separated at sea! While the friends each try to journey back to shore, they encounter a funny family of turtles, a studious school of fish, and a swashbuckling group of pirates! Along the way they learn the value of hard work, taking time to relax, and being true to yourself and your friends. The young surfers are able to put the competition aside and realize that sometimes friendship is the best prize.
Journey Theater Summer Camp: Heroes and Villians
July 8 – 12 at Cascade Park Baptist Church, Vancouver
July 15 – 19 at Colossae Church, Hillsboro
August 5 – 9 at First Presbyterian Church, Vancouver
9am to 3pm Daily
Description: What does it take to be a hero? Sometimes there’s a fine line between traits that can make us heroic, and the pitfalls that can make someone into a villain. This day camp, for kids ages 7-13, sings along with Disney favorites while following the story of the popular pals, the sporty squad, and the underdogs. At recess these groups of friends learn lessons about humility, pride, standing up for yourself, and admitting when you’ve done wrong. By the end of the day, the teams set their power struggle for recess royalty to the side and learn what it means to be truly be a hero.