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BOYS

SUMMER

CAMP

FUN

BIBLE

PRAYER

FITNESS

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WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?

Let’s face it young boys are up against powerful challenges that can impact their lives forever. We want to help enforce the Godly choices you want them to make. To do this we will help them see the consequences of poor choices, and the rewards of Godly choices. We want them to learn to choose wisdom in any and all situations.

DETAILS & SCHEDULE

WHERE:

Triangle Prayer Room 

4820 Guy Rd, Clayton, NC

 

TIME:

9:30a - 12noon

(see below for breakdown)

DATES:

Every Tuesday & Thursday | 
June 4th to  August 8th

(prayer room is closed 1st 2 weeks in JULY)

 

 

9:30a - 10am   | DROP OFF

Parents will drop off boys at the playground in the back of the church. 

10am - 10:30 am  |  CALISTHENICS 

10:30 am - 11 am  |  SPORTS FUN

11 am - 11:30 am  |  WORSHIP & DEVOTION

11:30 am - 12 pm  | LUNCH, PRAYER & DISCUSSION

Children can bring their Lunches

(No sugar, chips, and or extra energy drinks).

12 NOON |  PICKUP

DATES

June 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27

July 1-14 off for July vacation break 

July 16, 18, 23, 25, 30

August 1, 6, 8,  (depending on your child's back to school schedule)

WHAT WILL WE BE DOING?

Parents can drop off their children, or they can stay in the prayer room and enjoy some time with one of our amazing worship sets.

BIBLE

We will have Bible lessons daily. First we will start in Genesis 1-3, then the 10 commandments, then the Book of Daniel, and lastly the lesson of Jesus and the disciples.

HEALTH

We will learn important health tips daily. We are not so concerned about your children’s weight, but they will learn a health and food tip daily. Then will be asked to incorporate this into their diet that week.

PRAYER

We will learn simple yet powerful prayer. We will first learn to pray through the “Our Father”. Next we will learn to pray for ourselves, our family, and friends.

FITNESS

Fun Fitness for all to enjoy. There will be times when the are working out and having fun. Each day will involve calisthenics, which are exercises that rely on body weight for resistance. They allow for the development of strength, endurance, flexibility, and coordination. Follow the guide in this article for a basic routine. Calisthenics are performed with differing levels of intensity and rhythm.

FREQUENTLY
ASKED QUESTIONS

Can my children bring snack or lunch?

  1. Children can bring lunch OR snack and eat during the outside portion.

What will my child need?
  1. Bible (we will provide if need be)

  2. Water bottle - please bring a water bottle as days can get hot. If not we will provide.

  3. Sun Screen - we will be playing outdoors. 

  4. Sun glasses - if your son wants to wear them. 

What about the volunteers?
  1. Volunteers must pass a Background Check. BACKGROUND CHECKS: $30 
     

  2. Staff will NEVER be alone with your child. As two people are assigned to each group.
     

  3. Camera's are strategically placed around the church to monitor events. 
     

  4. There are windows on all doors so that parents can come at anytime and look at children. 
     

  5. No one but staff and parents are allowed near children. 

What about the bathroom?

Parents - are asked to take their children to the bathroom before coming to the room.

Staff - should a child have to go to the bathroom during the child’s time in the room then they will:

First find the parent and ask them to take the child.

Second, if no parent can be located, the staff will escort the child to the bathroom (and help if necessary). (***unless otherwise instructed by the parent not to).

When can a child not attend?

Sick - When a child is sick (have had a cold/fever/vomiting/cough, or a sibling/parent in house has, in the past 24 hours.)

Conflict - When they are not able to get along with others (This will be left up to the discretion of the Child Care Department Head. TPR will be as reasonable as possible, and has the goal of wanting to help the mother get into the prayer room. We will do everything we can to make this work, but understand that some children will be beyond the normal skill set of a volunteer child care worker. Therefore we will take these measures if a child is not able to get along with the care worker or other children in the room:

 They will warn the child. 

Share concerns with parents at pick up time. 

Then monitor the child the next time. 

After 3 times if the child is not able to cooperate we will ask the parent to take a 2 week break from the Children's Equipping Center.

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