Marked Summer Arts Camp
The camp is for incoming 5th-12 graders and will be held Monday-Friday, July 31-August 4 at Living Word Church (1551 Wood Street, Muskegon, MI) from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. On Friday, students will stay for a dress rehearsal, supper, and then the final performance at 6:30 p.m.
All campers will have the opportunity to act, sing, play instruments, do visual arts, do photography and videography, write, and/or work with sound/video/lighting technical areas.
This year our morning large group time will also serve as our devotions time. Our working list for daily foci is being MARKED by God in our: IDENTITY as a child of God and as an artist, as a WORSHIPPER in Spirit and in Truth, in IMPACTING the Church and the world, in bringing glory to God in our EXCELLENCE as we serve Christ and the World, and in continually GROWING as an artist and child of God.
We will have lunch and relaxation time each day. Campers can choose to bring their own lunches or order one for a small fee. Lemonade and water will be available at no cost each day.
Camper’s families are invited to a picnic supper on Friday night at 5:30 p.m.
Our final program is free and will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday. It will incorporate all the learning and fun we’ve had this week! Parents, grandparents, and other friends are invited to come to watch!
DVDs of the program should be available shortly after the camp.
The cost of the camp includes five days of art camp fun, snacks and drinks, our Friday evening meal, and a camp T-shirt. The early registration deadline is June 20 and the regular registration deadline is July 10. Before June 20 the cost for 1-2 students from the same family is $95 per student and the cost for 3 or more students from the same family is $75. Between June 20 and July 10 the cost for 1-2 students is $105 per student and for 3 or more students from the same family is $95 each.
Registration will close July 10, so register now!!
There are no auditions to participate in this week, but please fill out all the questions on the registration so we can adequately prepare for our campers!
During the week of camp, we will be collecting cash offerings to be given to the “Enliven” ministry of Mike and Heather Hernandez-Farrell of La Union, Honduras. As part of Enliven, they teach budding musicians the skills needed to help lead worship in their local churches. Our camp will be collecting money to help them provide guitars, keyboards, and other equipment for these musicians. (For more information see: www.cten.org/heatherfarrell.)