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Zoom 5

From: Sunday, July 31, 2:00 PM
To: Wednesday, August 3, 3:30 PM

Kayaking, tubing, swimming, 9-square, gagaball, rollerskating, dance, tie dying, flag football, frolfing, low ropes course, glow in the dark scavenger hunts, slip-n-slide kickball, bonfires, and late nights with friends - these are just some of the reasons your kiddos won't want to miss Zoom 5! Zoom 5 is our camp for kids going into 3rd, 4th or 5th grade. This year's camp will feature a missionary to Asia who will give campers practical steps to have a deep relationship with Jesus built on a solid foundation. Campers will be meeting at Evangel at 2:00 PM on Sunday, July 31 and will return at 3:30 PM on Wednesday, August 3. Registration closes on Friday, July 15.

Please note that electronics and outside food will not be allowed at Zoom 5. 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical day at Zoom 5 look like?

Breakfast
Morning Devotions
Rotation Activities
Team Competitions
Lunch
Free Time
Supper
Evening Service
Small Groups
Team Competition
Bonfire
Bed

What kinds of recreational activities are available?

Kayaking, tubing, swimming, 9-square, gagaball, rollerskating, dance, tie dying, flag football, frolfing, low ropes course, glow in the dark scavenger hunts, an Amazing Race, and slip-n-slide kickball ... just to name a few. 

Can campers bring electronics?

No. We want to give campers the best experience possible at camp!  We believe they will benefit from unplugging and being fully present to focus on God and build relationships with their friends!

Can campers bring food?

Only if they require a special, medical diet. We want to keep Crystal Springs a mess-free, friendly environment and also protect campers who may have allergies. Please do send your camper with his or her own food unless you have special diet needs or allergies.  There will be several opportunities for campers to eat snacks throughout the day if they get hungry, whether it’s the snack shop or snacks we will will provide.

Should campers bring money?

If you're kiddos would like to purchase snacks at the snack shop, they can bring money. When you check your camper in, you will submit snack shop money to the bank. That way he or she will not need to hold onto any cash while at camp.

Help! I can’t afford to send my kid to camp.  What can I do?

We are here to help were we can.  Please call the church office for more information.

 

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