VBS 2013 is June 23-27, 2013. Help us decorate by taking Flat Greg and Flat Patti with you wherever you go. Take pictures of them with anything medieval - castles, dragons, kings, etc. Send the pictures to Pastor Aj at
or bring them to the office.
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Children's Summer Camps at CUMC, 2013! Register here
The mission for our summer camps is that they be: affordable, safe, fun, glorify God and have a Bible lesson or devotion every day.
All ages/grades listed are for school year 2012-2013
Camps are $70 per child per camp. Fee includes supplies and a snack.
July 8 - 12
Rocket Camp, 9 am - noon, Grades 2-5
Campers will learn about propulsion, the atmosphere and build group and individual rockets. If you attended rocket camp last year, we may add an additional hour for advanced rockets.
Cooking Camp, 9 am - noon, Age 4 - Grade 1
Chefs will learn basic measuring and cooking skills. Each day they will learn a Bible lesson as they cook.
July 15 - 19
Science Camp, 1 - 4 pm. Grades 1-4
Scientists will conduct experiments each day and learn about the elements in them as they hear a story from the Bible.
Music Camp, 1 - 4 pm, Kindergarten - Grade 3
In this camp children will sing, play instruments and learn the elements of music. They will do so by marching, dancing and playing as they learn Bible stories.
July 29 - August 3
Art Camp, 9 am - noon, 3 years to Kindergarten; 1 - 4 pm, Grades 1-4
Your artist will create with a variety of mediums, clay, paint and sculpture. Each lesson will focus on a Bible story with a creative way to tell the story through art.
Cotillion/Manners Camp, 9 am - noon, Kindergarten - Grade 3
Your child will learn the importance of manners in a variety of situations. Dining, introductions, phone and internet manners will all be taught.
For information about our children & youth sports camps, click here
Information about Christian overnight summer camps:
Here are the websites for some Christian camp and retreat centers. Offerings include camps for families and camps for children, all with a Christian focus. For a complete list of opportunities, go to www.cca.org, the website for the Christian Camp & Conference Association.
In the Adirondack Mountains: Camp of the Woods. www.camp-of-the-woods.org
In Gull Lake, Michigan: Gull Lake Ministries. www.gulllake.org
In Lawton, Michigan: Miracle Camp & Retreat Center. www.miraclecamp.com
In Tyler, Texas: Pine Cove Christian Camps. www.pinecove.com
In Estes Park, Colorado: Wind River Dude Ranch www.windriverranch.com
In North East, Maryland: Sandy Cove Ministries www.sandycove.org
In Seymour, Indiana & Evart, Michigan: SpringHill Camps. www.SpringHillCamps.com
In Brookston, Indiana: Camp Tecumseh
In Converse, Indiana: Rainbow Camp
Looking for a United Methodist Camp in Indiana? There are 7 different camps in our state. Check out the options at www.impact2818.com.
Are you the parent or grandparent of a child with special needs? Camping is still an option! Check out this website that lists camps all around the country and lists ones that are designed just for your child and their unique needs. www.familyvillage.wisc.edu/leisure