JUNE 25-29, 2018 | 8:30AM-3:00PM

1811 SMIZER STATION RD. FENTON MO 63026

FREE FOR ALL CHILDREN 6 YEARS OLD – 6TH GRADE!

Looking for an exciting week for your child this summer? Join us for our second annual kids’ camp at Calvary Fellowship! This week will be a week of fun, games, excitement, and new friendships! Keep scrolling to find out more information!

Each day will begin with fun activities as a group. Then, students will be broken into teams to travel to different games and stations. During lunchtime, each student will bring his or her own lunch, and in the afternoon, a free snack is provided. Each afternoon, we have fun electives for kids to choose from, maybe an arts and crafts project, tie-dye their t-shirt, or just keep playing dodgeball! No matter what they choose, FKC is going to be a memorable week!

Fun Activities All Week Long!

Play gaga ball, dodgeball, basketball, and any other game with a ball you can imagine!

Like arts and crafts, learning and singing new songs, or learning to make a new food?

This year, you can pre-order a t-shirt and tie-dye it to always remember how awesome of a week FKC is!

We have an awesome team of volunteers!

We have both high school students from our church, as well as many adult volunteers who are ready to make FKC the most memorable part of your child’s summer! And we take their safety very seriously! Each of our volunteers aged 18 and over has undergone a background check. In 2017, we had nearly a 1:1 ratio in kids to volunteers.

Ready to register?

Space is limited to 70 children, so don’t delay!

Ready to register? Click here to register online. Or, click here to download the form and mail it or drop it by the church office.

If you order a t-shirt, make checks payable to Calvary Fellowship Church for $6 each, and make sure we have it by June 10 in order to purchase t-shirts. Any registrations or orders received after the 11th will not be able to get a shirt.

If you have any questions, feel free to call the church office at 636-225-4684, or email our Pastor to Students, Ryan Akers.