Kids Kamp


As a kid, I loved going to a construction site and watching workers build a house, pave a road, or complete a new building. It was fun watching these men use the skills that God had given them to build these amazing structures. My favorite tool which I’ve always wanted to use but never have is a jackhammer. Do you have a favorite tool? What is inside your earthly father’s toolbox? A hammer, a saw, a screwdriver, a wrench? What are these tools used for or do you know how to use them? This year at Kids Kamp, Mark Bethea, our Associate Pastor of Outreach and Evangelism, will be sharing with you about God’s Toolbox for Life. We need to be able to use the tools God has given us to win others to Jesus! Whatever God has blessed you with, you need to use the gifts God has given you!. 

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$260 before June 2; $280 due by July 3.
The total fee and all registration materials are due by July 3.


In following with tradition, the Kids Kamp will be held at Camp Lee in Anniston, Alabama. We encourage parents and grandparents to bring all mail and care packages to the church and place in a labeled box for each day. We will pass out the mail and care packages each day. This is a tremendous help time wise and it also helps you save some pennies.


Activities abound during camp including team sports, canoeing, swimming, the famous rock slide, and the 2nd largest over-the-lake zipline in Alabama. (To participate in the zip line you must weigh 50 pounds.) These fun recreational activities add to a week that’s well worth the investment for every child that takes on this exciting opportunity.

Parent Meeting

Sunday, July 7 at 5:00 PM in room 347

Packing List

Please Bring the Following Items:
Bible  •  Journal & Pen  •  Sheets or sleeping bag  •  Towel (Bath & Pool)  •  Pillow  •  Toiletries (Toothbrush, shampoo, etc.)  •  Bathing Suit  •  Changes of Clothes  •  Pajamas  •  Flashlight  •  Watch  •  Money for Snacks  •  Tennis Shoes for Recreation  •  Sunscreen  •  Bug spray  •  Poncho  •  Plastic Bags to bring wet items home  •  Water Bottle  •  Ugly Christmas Sweater/Sweatshirt  •  $10 for Zipline
Do Not Bring the Following Items:
Radios  •  iPods  •  iPads  •  Cell Phones  •  Gun or any type of weapon  •  Fireworks  •  Handheld Game System  • Shaving Cream

Dress Code

We ask that your children not pack anything that:
  • Advertises alcohol or tobacco products
  • Has spaghetti straps (except for sleepwear)
  • Is excessively short or tight fitting
  • Wear bathing suits that are revealing; one piece suits for the girls or two piece suits with a colored t-shirt must be worn.


Scholarships are available. Please contact the Children's Ministry for an application. All scholarship applications are due by Wednesday, June 5.

This camp is for those who have completed the fourth through sixth grade.

Contacts for the Children's Ministry

Glen Leathers
Minister to Children
Tiffany Alewine
Ministry Assistant