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Kid's Winter Camps 2019

3rd -6th Grade
Kid's Winter Camp #1:  January 25-27
Kid's Winter Camp #2:  February 8-10

“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.”
Matthew 7:24


Join us at our Kid’s Winter Camps as we ROCK ON!!

You will discover what it takes to have your lives built on the ROCK!
Climb into our amazing chapel times and worship with our rockin’ band!
Fantastic games and activities will keep you going all weekend long.
You won’t want to miss the best winter yet!

  Meet our Kid's Camp Speaker Jeremy Tullis!

  Jeremy Tullis

Jeremy Tullis

Jeremy Tullis loves adventure and believes the greatest adventure everyone can ever embark on is their relationship with Jesus. Jeremy brings a passion to see the next generation fall in love with Jesus.

Jeremy and his wife Julie have three kids: Hailey, Tyler and Mady. When they are not loading up their Xterra for a family adventure somewhere off the grid, you might find Jeremy standing on top of one of the tallest mountains, racing with the FCA Endurance triathlon team, scaling the side of a rock wall, bombing down a trail on his bike or braving storms in the backcountry of the Sierras


Pricing and Registration

Kid's Winter Camp #1:   January 25-27, 2019
Kid's Winter Camp #2:   February 8-10, 2019

 

What To Bring To Camp

What NOT To Bring To Camp

  • Sleeping bag/bedding, pillow and towel
  • Bible, notebook and pen
  • Personal items: soap, deodorant, shampoo, etc.
  • Warm winter clothing: jacket, extra socks, pants, hat and gloves
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen (yeah, sunscreen)
  • Snow boots / Hiking shoes, tennis shoes (2 pairs of shoes is wise)
  • Flashlight  with fresh batteries
  • Spending money (for crafts, The Cafe and snacks)
    Your child will be responsible for his/her own money.
  • There are no payphones at Sugar Pine, but there is limited cell service (with Verision & AT&T.)
  • Any necessary medications—please clearly label all medicines (prescriptions/vitamins, etc.).  Do not send prescription medications not prescribed to the camper. 
  • Tobacco, controlled substances, alcohol
  • Stereos, IPods, IPads, MP3 players, personal video game systems
  • Any inappropriate reading materials or pictures
  • Fireworks, matches, lighters
  • Weapons (knives, air-soft guns, etc.)
  • Pets
  • Any camper caught with these items will have the items immediately confiscated and may be sent home if the Program Director deems necessary.