Our mission inside the Children’s and Family Ministry mirrors the mission of Christ Church. In Kid Terms: We want to help all kids discover how important they are to Jesus. We will be creative & fun in our approach. We value generosity & service to others. We are real!
Sundays in Adventure Camp
Adventure Camp is our Sunday morning program for children, ages birth through 5th grades. It is open Sundays during every worship hour inside the Children's Ministry Wing (except on Family Worship Sundays). If this is your first time visiting Adventure Camp, please stop by our red Children's Registration Desk first. Here, we will be happy to assist you in getting settled in. Please allow an extra 10 minutes before worship begins so that we may have adequate time to answer your questions and help each child find their room.
Summer 2017 Information>> NOTE: Children promote to their Fall 2017 age groups or grades on August 6th or after. All kids should be in their new rooms (if applicable) by September 10th.
Tru by David C. Cook>> (the main curriculum we use in Adventure Camp for birth-5th)
Other Activities for Kids & Families
- Adventure Heights indoor playground - open Sundays before & after Worship hours with supervision & mid-week by reservation email@example.com
- Baptisms - At Christ Church we believe baptism should be open to everyone, birth through adult. More about Baptism>>
- Bibles - 3rd grade students at Christ Church will receive a free Adventure Bible (NIV) through the JUMP program.
- Communion - At Christ Church children prepare for taking Communion by participating in a Communion Class in the 5th grade. More about Communion>>
- JUMP (for ages 3rd-5th on Wednesdays) More about JUMP>>
- Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Project - our annual service project in Children's Ministry More about OCC at Christ Church>> Collections begin in Adventure Camp in October, but your family can gather supplies all year! More about
- Child Safety - Our ministry strives for the highest level of safety for your children. All of our adult volunteers and staff undergo background checks. Our-state-of-the-art check-in system is designed to link children to their parents through name tags and assigned numbers. These numbers are also used to page parents back to Adventure Camp if they are needed.
- Serving Those With Special Needs - At Christ Church, we realize that God created everyone in a special and unique way. If you or your children have any health concerns (including allergies) or need any special assistance during your time with us, please let our staff know so that we may serve you to the best of our ability.
- Food Free Adventure Camp - With so many children struggling with allergies, we've made a commitment to keep food out of our worship time in Adventure Camp. Any exceptions will be posted on that Sunday at the Registration Desk. Please do not bring food into Adventure Camp on Sundays, especially items containing peanuts or tree nuts.
- Christ Church Children & Family Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ccadventurecamp
- HomeFront Magazine (a family activity resource correlating to the Tru Curriculum): homefrontmag.com
- Adventure Bible Online: www.adventurebible.com
- The Bible Project (cool videos about the Bible): thebibleproject.com
- Bible App for Kids (games, stories & activities): www.bible.com/kids
- Got Questions? (answers for questions about God): www.gotquestions.org
- JumpStart3 Music: www.jumpstart3.com
- Thriving Family (magazine/website for parents): www.thrivingfamily.com
- Clubhouse (magazine/website for ages 8-12): www.clubhousemagazine.com
- Clubhouse Jr. (magazine/website for ages 3-7): www.clubhousejr.com
- What's In The Bible? (silly, educational fun for the whole family): whatsinthebible.com/activities
- YouVersion Bible App (reading plans & more for the entire family): www.youversion.com