Together @ St. James’
9am-12 noon, 25th-29th July 2022
This year St. James’ summer camp will return to our campus with Together @ St. James’ a week of arts, crafts, games, music and Bible stories. We will be celebrating our 10th summer of camp (delayed slightly) with a colorful celebration. Camp will be led by our Children & Youth Minister, Jan Scrutton, along with a team of experienced staff and volunteers.
A camp t-shirt will be supplied to those registering on time. For camp we recommend children wear comfortable clothes and shoes for running in.
On Sunday July 31st our 10.30am service will celebrate our week of camp including a summer camp slide show.
Registration forms for children entering TK through 7th grade can be downloaded HERE or picked up from church.
The cost for registrations received by July 8th, 2022 will be $35 a child, $60 for two siblings and $80 for 3 or more siblings (late registration will be an additional $10 a child).
For scholarships or other questions please contact Jan.
Current St. James’ protocols require vaccinations for all those eligible and mask wearing for inside gatherings. We will ask for proof of vaccination for all children over 5 years old and will communicate current guidelines ahead of camp.
On top of Mountains –
Summer Camp at St. James’ 2019.
Where cardboard boxes become mountains
and building blocks,
Where glass jars make lanterns,
Where rocks make pets and tell stories,
Where old friends and new meet up,
Where a little faith can move mountains,
And where adults and children are all beloved Children of God.
Some comments from kids and volunteers about this year’s summer camp:
Camp was really, really, really fun!!! My favorite part was making the labyrinth out of clay and choosing my own colors. We were free to choose our favorites so every person could make what they liked the best. Mine was Gryffindor colors. I also liked that my friends were at camp. I was excited to play with them, especially building the box fort on the hot day!Owen
Camp was fun! My favorite part was making the protein bar. It was the best because we got to bring them home and eat them. We also got to build with clay and paint rocks lots of colors.Paxton
I loved the engagement and involvement of each and every child in different activities that we did all day long. My children have been singing at home after the summer camp.Peter
The youth volunteers were such a pleasure to team with…courteous, fun and they offered great suggestions with snack arrangements and food handouts. They assisted the VBS campers with clean up after snacks and crafts, and demonstrated the importance of recycling and keeping the church grounds clean. A bucketful of thanks and smiles to them.Lauren
I have volunteered for all 9 years of Summer Camp. It has been amazing to see the growth of the children-how tall and grown up they have become. It is also amazing to see the excellent planning and thoughts that go into making this week a huge success. A success not only for the children but for the volunteers, young and “advanced” in age! I have loved every year and am looking forward to next year.Ruth
Thank you to everyone who is part of summer camp, from the ideas, the gathering of supplies, the paperwork, the prayers, the parents, volunteers and kids. The success of camp comes from the combination of all these parts, and more.Jan Scrutton