Jesus said, “Inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me” (Matthew 25:40). He was speaking of extending compassionate help to those in need. That describes Kids’ Camp. James said, “Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble”. That too describes Kids’ Camp. Those are pretty good reasons to consider hosting a camp.
How do you start? What would your first steps look like? The best thing to do is find out more about camp. Call our director and talk about the experience. Plan to pay us a visit this summer during the week of camp. You’ll see a variety of opportunities for your people to become involved. Perhaps you already know some folks who would make great counselors or staff members. Why not encourage them to participate in an ongoing camp and learn firsthand what it’s all about?
If you choose to take it to the next step, you’ll need to identify a prospective camp director and at least one assistant director. Put us in touch and I’ll walk them through the process of training and preparation to host a camp. While Royal Family Kids’ will host formal training at one of their sites, we’ll come along side you to provide as much support as we can.
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975 Bacons Bridge Road, ste 214, Summerville, SC 29485
Calvary Chapel Summerville is excited to partner with an incredible Ministry, Royal Family Kids’ Camp.
This camp is a lot like sending 30+ members of your congregation on a one-week mission trip. However, there are no travel costs, no passports, visas or shots required.