Grace Kids Camp
Daily, from 06/16/2014 to 06/20/2014, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Grace Church, 5504 E. 146th St., Noblesville, IN US 46062
9:00 a.m. – Noon
Registration opens March 15
Grace Kids Camp is open to 1st through 5th grade (Fall 2014). Programming is also available for infants through kindergarten children of parents who volunteer.
Jump in your space shuttle or strap on your rocket jet packs, it's time to blast off into Galaxy Chase. Join us for a week full of cosmic crafts, galactic games, stellar Bible stories and out of this world worship.
Early Registration By June 8: $20 with $60 family max
Late Registration After June 8: $30 with $90 family max
No walk-in registrations allowed.
Contact with any questions.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Grace Kids Camp! We have dozens of opportunities for you to serve. Click on the job to view a description and see if it's the right fit for you. Volunteer registration will open on March 15.
A communications volunteer helps in creating the newsletter that is sent home with the campers. You may write a short article, make copies of the newsletter or help coordinate the small group photos.
A crafts volunteer demonstrates how to make the daily craft and assists the children in doing so. You will be responsible for set up and clean up of the craft supplies and craft area.
- Crafts Prep Work
A prep work volunteer will help to prepare materials related to the weekly crafts. This work is done in the few weeks prior to camp. You may be asked to cut, count or assemble supplies so they are ready to be used in the crafts. This work is done at home at your own leisure and is returned to church in a timely manner to be used for the week of GKCamp.
- Crafts Tie-Dye
A tie-dye volunteer will be responsible to set up the tie-dye area of the gym. You will then demonstrate how to tie-dye and assist the 5th graders in creating their tie-dye t-shirts. You will also be responsible for cleaning up the tie-dye area.
A decorations volunteer helps in creating the “themed” atmosphere of the church lobby. You will work in the weeks prior to camp to plan how to decorate and gather supplies. You will decorate the lobby during the weekend before camp and will take the decorations down after the GKCamp Carnival.
A floater is a "substitute" volunteer. You may be asked to fill in for a volunteer who is unable to make it to camp that day. You may need to offer extra support in an area that needs some extra hands.
A hospitality volunteer manages the volunteer “break-room” during the week of camp. You prepare and restock the food and drinks that are provided for the adult and student volunteers. You are responsible for set up and clean up of the hospitality area.
- Large Group (Creative Bible Teaching)
The Large Group team works together with the Creative Communicator to present each day's Bible story to the kids. This role often involves story telling, acting, puppets, and other creative forms. The lessons are already completed; however, preparation of each day's lesson is generally required before GKCamp. This team also helps with set up and clean up of the stage and any creative elements for the day or week.
- Outreach (Missions)
An outreach volunteer may help to create the outreach-related lessons that are shared with the children during the week. You may also be asked to organize donations or count the money that is collected each day.
A CBT tech volunteer is responsible for running the sound board and media for the Creative Bible teachers.
A recreation volunteer helps demonstrate the activities and manage the children as they attend and participate in recreation time. You will be responsible for set up and clean up of the daily planned games. This will be held outdoors (weather permitting) for elementary. Preschool will be indoors.
A registration volunteer helps to get the children checked into camp in the morning. You may create and distribute attendance rosters to the grade levels. You help to make sure check-in runs smoothly. Registration volunteers also help with misc. tasks throughout the day (Fellowship One experience is required).
A shepherd is responsible for a small group of children for the week of GKCamp. You will accompany the small group to all of their daily activities. You will also facilitate a time of sharing/discussion/games relating to the day’s Bible lesson (this content is provided for you in the shepherd’s curriculum guide). You will provide a safe environment for the children and should feel comfortable encouraging the children to pursue a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
- Shepherd (Special Friends)
A Special Friends shepherd is assigned to an individual child who needs extra support. You will accompany the child to his/her daily activities and provide extra support/modifications as needed.
A snacks volunteer prepares and distributes snacks for the children. You are also responsible for the set up and clean up of the snacks area.
A worship volunteer participates on the worship team. You will lead the children during their worship time (Must be a member of “OutLoud” worship team).