Morning Celebration Recreation Quiet Time & Bible Study Lunch Track Time HangTime Dinner Worship Church Group Time Night Life
PACKING LIST WHAT TO BRING
Sleeping bag or bedding (Ask your group leader about sheet size) Shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, etc Clothes that can be worn to recreation and tracks (t-shirts/shorts for each day) Clothes that can get messy (for OMC) Bag for dirty clothes Tennis shoes for rec/outdoor tracks Bible, notepad, pen, and backpack to carry things Water bottle Sunscreen Spending money for snacks, camp store, and missions offering (all optional, of course). An alarm clock Modest one-piece bathing suit or two-piece with dark shirt to wear over it. A watch Don’t forget to label everything! Towels – for the pool and for showers.
WHAT NOT TO BRING
Anything that advertises alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs. Anything that promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person. Anything that promotes sexual actions or situations. Short or tight fitting clothing. Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, or any kind of weapon, iPods, tablets, scooters, skateboards, or water guns.
CAMP STORE CARDS
CAMP STORE CARDS COME IN INCREMENTS OF $5, $25, and $50
Parents worry about kids losing cash or spending all their money on cokes or candy, so we are giving you the option to buy a Camp Store Card for your camper. Store cards can be used on any items in the CentriKid store, or given to the missions offering. These are only good for the camp store and will not be able to be used at other stores on campus. The camp store cards are only good for this cycle of camp. We’re not able to carry the balance forward to next year. Anything left-over will be put into the missions offering for the summer. Let your Group Leader know which Camp Store Card, Photo, and Camper Care Package you are wanting to order for your camper. You will pay your Group Leader before they leave for camp, then they will make one payment at Check-In.
2020 CENTRIKID THEME: “THE DISCOVERY”
For summer 2020, the CentriKid Camps theme is “The Discovery” and the key verse we hope every camper and adult will memorize is 1 John 2:6: The one who says he remains in him should walk just as he walked. We need help. We need more than a how-to guide, we need an example. This summer at CentriKid Camps, campers will discover what it means to be imitators of Christ. Jesus is the ultimate example that we should follow as Christians and we will be taking a look at scriptures that help us know Jesus and walk as Jesus walked.
Here is a snapshot of where we’ll focus each day of camp: Day 1: Walk as Jesus Walked Day 2: Obey as Jesus Obeyed Day 3: Care as Jesus Cared Day 4: Forgive as Jesus Forgave Day 5: Speak as Jesus Spoke