We are excited to announce our first ever WACK Mini Camp. The camp will be hosted by the Stonebridge Church Community Missions Team from August 3rd-August 5th (9:00am to 1:00pm, daily). We currently still have some spots to fill for kids in Kindergarten through 5th grade. The registration form with more information can be downloaded here.
To reserve a spot for your camper, please RSVP to Jessie Steadman, or call 718-369-7972 x 22. Registration forms can be filled out online below or in person before the first day of camp, 8:45-9:00AM. We will provide copies or you can bring it already filled out by downloading the form at the link above.
CAMP DETAILS: August 3rd-5th, 9:00AM-1:00PM
• WACK is open to students entering grades K-5th grades in the fall of 2016.
• We have a limit of 20 spots available (spots will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis).
• Children must supply their lunch each day. “Sack” lunches only please. Microwaves and refrigerator space will NOT be provided. The church will provide food/drink for snack time. Additionally, any food allergies or other dietary restrictions should be noted on the registration form.
• Each day WACK students will participate in worship celebrations, large group singing, and creative performance and visual art activities.
What is Worship Arts Camp?
As Christians, we come together to worship God every Sunday. But is that all worship should mean to us? From Romans 12, we know that offering our bodies as ‘living sacrifices’ is our spiritual act of worship. Is that something we can do one morning a week and be complete? Worship Arts Camp is an opportunity for your children to see worship as more than just a Sunday morning activity, but as a way of living that honors God above all else. We also believe God has created us in his image. Therefore, all of us have the creative gift within us. This camp is an opportunity to show your children that using our creativity in a way that honors God is itself an act of worship. They will have the chance to explore various areas of visual and performing arts and will be given instruction on how to use their artistic gifts. Most importantly, they will be guided in directing praise for the arts to their Creator. At Worship Arts Camp your children will put into practice what the Psalmist commands us to do: “Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness.” Psalm 29:2