Camp JAM

June 17–21, 2024

for rising first–sixth graders

Registration open through April 21.
See below for more information and to register!

PROOF Pirates! Finding the Treasure of God’s Amazing Grace

Helping children joyfully discover God’s grace and know that Jesus is their greatest treasure!

God’s grace is Planned, Resurrecting, Outrageous, Overcoming, & Forever.

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast.  – Ephesians 2:8-9

Registration opens online for rising 1st – 6th graders on Tuesday, March 26. Registration will close on Sunday, April 21.

Camp JAM will take place Monday-Friday, June 17-21, 9:00 a.m.-12 p.m., on the church campus. A T-shirt and snack are included! Children may be dropped off as early as 8:45 a.m. and must be picked up no later than 12:15 p.m. ALSO, plan to join us on Friday at 12 p.m. for our Showcase!


Rising 1st & 2nd graders are grouped together in color groups, each of which have their own classes, including Bible, Art, Music, Movement, and Recess. These campers do not choose their own classes.

Rising 3rd-6th Graders will have a time of praise and worship, a Bible lesson, and 4 additional classes of their choosing.

  • When registering 3rd-6th graders, please be prepared to indicate (in order of preference) your camper’s top seven (7) preferred classes. (In case a camper’s most-preferred option is not available, we will place them in their second most-preferred option, etc.)
  • Class placement will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, and will be determined by class schedules, class-size limitations, and teacher availability. Though every effort will be made, exact placement cannot be guaranteed.
  • If you wish for students of the same age-range (1st-2nd, 3rd-6th) to be placed together, please indicate that at the point of registration. Third to 6th graders must request the same classes in order to be placed together.


Select your top 7 choices before beginning registration.

  • American Sign Language – Speak with your hands! We’ll learn the alphabet, how to spell our names, and John 3:16!
  • Art – Come make some fun treasures! We’ll be making some special projects using watercolors, cyanotype material, and acrylic paints. No experience necessary!
  • Bucket Drumming – Have fun learning how to play different beats on buckets and take home your very own drumsticks!
  • Calling All Hands to Ring – Me hearties, come learn to play handchimes! All are welcome, whether you’re a landlubber (have no experience) or a seadog (have years of experience).
  • Chinese Calligraphy – Come and explore the visual art of Chinese Calligraphy and learn different writing techniques using brushes!
  • Chrismon Making – Christmas in June? Love to work with beads? Let’s make Chrismons! Chrismons—meaning Christ’s monograms—are typically white and gold ornaments. They are symbols to help us remember Jesus Christ at Christmas time…and the rest of the year, too!
  • Cooking – Have fun with your culinary skills! Everyone will make a yummy concoction to enjoy! (Note: We are a nut-free facility.)
  • Creature Creations – Love to be crafty and creative? This class is for you! We will be making some plushie animals using different sewing techniques.
  • Crochet – Come and learn the basics for very beginning crochet! You will be using yarn and one hook to learn how interlock fabric together to make a fun craft!
  • Guitar – Learn a few chords and a song or two in just one week! This class is for beginners and no prior playing experience is necessary.
  • Improv Acting – Love to be on stage? This fun class will explore different types of acting, improvisation, and on-the-spot dialog, while being creative…and perhaps silly!
  • Indoor Games/Sports – Love to play games? This class is for you! Join in the fun as we play games like ‘Do you love your neighbor?,’ gaga ball, and more!
  • Irish Dance – “Hop, skip, and over-two-three” with us as Mrs. Haley teaches a jig to Keith & Kristyn Getty’s “Shout for Joy”!
  • Jewelry Making – Create one-of-a-kind artwork that you can wear using skills like metal stamping and epoxy…with a few additional surprises!
  • Organ – Come explore the sights and sounds of the organ! MUST have taken at least 3 years of piano lessons.
  • Outdoor Games/Sports – Love to run, jump, and play fun team games? This active outdoor class is for you!
  • Paper Crafting– Come learn the art of origami as we play with paper! We will make several fun projects!
  • Photography, Beginning – No experience required. We will explore elements of photographic art, learn the rules of photography (and how to break them), and get hands-on experience with DLS cameras.
  • Photography, Intermediate – Great for students that took last year’s photography class but not required. Perfect for students that have a base knowledge of taking pictures (with any camera) and want to learn about using a DLSR camera. We get to know our cameras, how to use different models, learn the exposure triangle, and discuss how light affects our images.
  • Pirate Puppets with a Purpose – We’ll combine crafting with drama and a lot of fun as we make our own pirate-theme sock puppets, develop a script, and practice performing it! If you like crafts and drama, this is the class for you!
  • Plunder the World of Music – Well, blow me down, buccaneers! Explore and learn to play a different instrument each day—boomwhackers, Orff instruments, and more!
  • Pottery– Love to get your hands a little messy? Sign up for the pottery class where we will be making a luminary, clay sea creatures, and a faux kiln-fired piece of art!
  • Ukulele – Learn the basics of the ukulele and a song or two in just one week. No previous experience required.
  • Violin– Always wanted to play an instrument? Come to this beginning violin class, where we will learn techniques like how to bow and pluck, all while learning a fun song! No experience needed!
  • Woodworking– Love the smell of wood and the feel of a power tool in your hand? This class is for you! We will be making a fun project while getting to use some super cool tools!


Camp begins at 9:00 a.m. and carpool dismissal is at 12:00 p.m.

The day will also include:

  • Opening: Musical Worship, Memory Verse, and Bible Lesson
  • Classes: Pre-determined for 1st & 2nd graders; chosen by 3rd-6th graders.
  • Snack
  • Dismissal


Registration costs $25 for the week and includes a T-shirt, snack, and all supplies needed for each class. Registration occurs online and requires a debit or a credit card. If you need to pay by another means, please contact our office for instructions. Registrations are not held until BOTH a registration form and payment are received in our offices. The registration fee is non-refundable.


Registration forms submitted after Camp JAM registration is either closed (April 21) or has reached capacity will be given the option of being placed on a waiting list. There is no fee to be placed on the waiting list and the registration fee is not charged until placement can be verified.


Contact Jeanette, Director of Children’s Ministry, at or 803-888-1714.



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