For ages 6-12
Kids aged 6-12 summer 2020 can attend. Kids who have turned six by July 1st and have not yet turned 13.
Due to COVID-19 recommendations, there will be extra precautions taken to ensure the safety of everyone involved with summer camp this year. Prior to drop off:
Prior to your child’s camp start date, instructions for drop off times may be given to limit the amount of people in our drop off zone.
Our staff has worked very hard to plan activities this year that follow physical distancing protocols. If there are activities that staff cannot guarantee 2 meters of space between people of the same cohort, masks must be worn.
Symptoms of illness present:
If at any time your child becomes ill or symptomatic, staff have been instructed to isolate the child and call for their immediate pick up from the camp space. Staff will continue to monitor your child until they can be picked up.
If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 safeguards, please give Grace a call at 780-201-0742 or email email@example.com
You will be required to sign our waiver when dropping off your child. If you prefer to print/sign at home ahead of time click the link below to download.Download Printable Waiver (PDF)
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Kids camp day camp happens daily Monday through Friday, August 10-14, 2020 from 8:30-4:15 (with staggered drop off and pick up times).
We will work to have staggered drop off and pick up times and Due to COVID-19 recommendations, there will be extra precautions taken to ensure the safety of everyone involved with summer camp this year.
Registration takes place each morning where we need to have a record of every child, and staff member on the grounds. Registration is from 8:30-9:00 am each morning. We cannot have children dropped off before 8:30 am and they cannot be picked up later than 4:30pm. Parent/Guardian ID will be required at pick up and only those identified on the registration form will be able to pick up the child after getting a sign out slip they will give to their child’s group leader.
You will find the registration tables at the main tabernacle. Parent/Guardian ID will be required at pick up!
Daily at 4:15pm All campers must be picked up by 4:30pm.
Parent/Guardian ID will be required at pick up!
Camper signout begins daily at 4:15 pm. Parent/Guardian ID will be required at pick up and only those identified on the registration form will be able to pick up the child after getting a sign out slip they will give to their child’s group leader.
No. We do our best to make camp the most enjoyable experience for all campers. The day should go by quickly and they can talk to you upon pick up. However, if it is required, we will let campers call a parent/guardian listed on the form. Due to COVID we must limit the number of participants, volunteers and visitors to ensure we follow the guidance for Day Camps by Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health Orders.
If you would like to attend a service as a visitor please contact the camp directors.
Group requests will be considered for students.
Yes, it will be open once per day and a daily tuck allowance is included in your registration fee. There will be a daily morning snack provided and tuck will equate to the afternoon snack for students.
A personal backpack with a peanut free bag lunch (that does not need to be reheated), water-bottle (prefilled), hat, sunscreen, bug spray, swimming suit, towel, change of clothes, & bible. If raining (rain coat, rubber boots).
Also, note that we will have daily dress up themes that your camper can participate in with their cabin.
Feel free to wear an item to enhance this theme. Be creative, but you don’t need to go buy anything new for the themes.
Your camper will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities during their week at camp.
Additional waivers are required for watersports, alternate activities, and archery. You can download these forms and bring them prefilled to camp, or complete at the registration.
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While we are not a special needs camp we will do our best to ensure every camper/counselor has a positive camp experience. It is important that parents share the needs of their campers directly with the kids camp directors prior to registering for camp firstname.lastname@example.org
The counselors and staff are volunteers with a variety of experience and backgrounds. If your child requires one on one assistance we may not be able to support them attending camp, if we do not have specially qualified or enough camp staff. We encourage you to have a discussion about your child’s needs in advance with our kids camp directors.
Grace and Amy love ministering to kids, families and leaders TOGETHER! Having education and pastoral backgrounds, their passion is to make camp a place for kids to have a life-changing experience with God and develop friendships that will last a lifetime. Moose Lake Pentecostal Camp is where it all started for “Grace and Me Ministry”, and they hope to develop leaders that will love camp as much as they do!
Pastor Donna her husband Laurie & team travel throughout the world including Africa. As an evangelist, teacher and author (also just published 5 new children’s books!) Donna shares as a leader in workshops. As well as this hectic schedule, Donna also finds time to perform in schools across the world, universities and corporate events such as The Calgary Stampede, Kraft General Foods corporate functions and City Family Days, Festivals etc.
Donna has received many awards from the USA CMU for creative writing & performance, and ministry of Excellence! Donna along with her team bring an exciting, high energy, on the edge of your seat style of performance featuring life size, glow-in-the dark puppets, ventriloquism, dance and much more that appeals to All ages! Donna’s deepest desire is to see children of all ages to go deeper in their relationship with God!