A typical day at Kidz Camp will include songs, games, a snack and a Bible message. Each child will be placed in a group according to their age, and each group of around six children will have two leaders. Registration forms can be downloaded at http://uxbridgebaptist.com/pioneer-clubs/ but must be submitted to the church office in person.
“On behalf of the Vacation Bible School team, we are excited to spend a week with the children of our community,” says Kathy McIntosh, Community Pastor. “It is our hope that through the fun and games, we would also be able to share about the hope that Jesus brings, the courage that he gives us, the direction that he leads us in, his love that is unconditional for us, and the power that he gives us when in relationship with him. We hope to see you there.”
This year the theme for Kidz Camp is Cave Quest, which means the kids will learn about caves, and animals that live in caves. In addition to the morning sessions, Tuesday and Thursday afternoon will hold something special. On Tuesday, campers are encouraged to come prepared to get wet during a surprise starting at 11:45 a.m. On Thursday at 11:45, parents are invited to join in the fun at the carnival.
Uxbridge Baptist Church started in 1857 with only 17 members in attendance. Now, the church has around 350 attendees each week. Uxbridge Baptist Church works to provide programs for all ages, on Sundays and throughout the week.
“Loving God, loving others; sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with the world.”