The Outdoor Ministries team was saddened to cancel the 2020 church camp season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last several weeks the team has worked hard to create a virtual camp expense in its place.
K-5 One Day Virtual Camp – The Lord’s Prayer
This one-day virtual camp experience for Kindergarten through 5th-grade campers is from 10:30 a.m. to Noon on Wednesday, July 15. Using Zoom Video Conferencing campers will listen to a bible story, sing together, and learn the Lord’s Prayer in sign language. Once you register, you will receive the log-in information.
Director: Belinda Amend Chaplain: Doug Amend
6-12 Three Day Virtual Camp – This is Our Prayer
This three-day virtual camp experience for 6th-grade through 12th-grade campers is from 9-10:30 a.m. beginning Wednesday, July 15, through Friday, July 17. Each session will include a time to chat, a keynote, small groups, and an introduction to specific prayer practice. Once you register, you will receive more information about how to access all camp materials and links using Google Classroom.
Director: Stephanie Switzky Chaplains: Travis Smith McKee and Greg Rea
The virtual camp is free to attend with an optional camp t-shirt available for $10. Register online beginning Monday, June 29, here or contact your church or regional offices for a paper registration form.
Virtual Campfire for EVERYONE
Join us for a nightly virtual campfire Wednesday, July 15, Thursday, July 16, and Friday, July 17. All are invited to participate in songs, scripture, stories, and more recorded by our high school seniors at the Tawakoni campfire.
The recorded video will premier on the Christian Church in Kansas’s Facebook page at 8 p.m. each night for you to enjoy from the comfort of your living room. Simply log in to Facebook and enjoy. While you are there, be sure to like our page to receive notifications about all regional events and news.
Help us spread the word! Invite your friends from Kansas and beyond! We hope that this is a spirit-filled experience and you will feel God’s presence through a moment of camp this summer.