High School Specialty Skills Camps
Date: June 4-9
Dean: Mitch Koestel
Check in: Sunday, June 4 , 4:00-4:30 p.m.
Check out: Friday, June 9, 12:00 noon
During High School Specialties Week, campers from all four "specialty skills camps" will have class times, worship time, recreation and meals together. Campers will break out into their Specialty Area for several hours each day. The Specialty areas allow campers to improve on skills that they already know, learn a new skill, or even participate in an activity that might take them outside their comfort zone. No experience is necessary for any of the Specialties. We will meet you where you are and help you learn and grow. Whether in a large group setting or in our small Specialty areas, we will find out more about God, and how He is there in every aspect of our life.
Deans: Eric Mullins
Campers in the All-Sports Specialty will have the opportunity to be active every day by participating in a wide variety of sports. By playing everything from basketball, to pickleball, to disc-golf, kickball, rock climbing, and volleyball, campers will learn how to leverage their competitive spirit and be active for the Lord. No skill set or experience is needed – just a positive attitude!
Dean: Jason Shemanski
We are looking forward to an exciting week of learning basic golf skills and proper techniques. We will be practicing at camp, then go to a local course for competitions. It will be a good time of fellowship, learning more about God and His Word, and enjoying His beauty on the golf course. It is a great opportunity to learn golf if you are a beginner, or to improve your skills if you are experienced. Golf clubs will be provided.
Campers joining the Art Specialty will be given the chance to participate in multiple types of art throughout the week. From drawing and painting, to leather-working, to writing/acting in skits, and other types of crafts, campers will be exposed to a variety of art projects. Whether you are the next Picasso, or struggle to draw a smiley face, we will help you discover the beauty God’s creation through Art.
This week will include practice and breakout sessions in music ministry, leading worship, song selection, enhancing the sermon, creating atmosphere, and using drama, stories, and songs to point people to Jesus. Individuals in this specialty are encouraged to bring their instruments and ideas for songs and stories that glorify our God.
No prior experience needed - just a willing spirit.