Music Camp

Music Camp is a week-long camp for children (rising 2nd through 6th grade) to come learn about music and to praise the Lord with singing, ringing and other fun activities.

HOW IT WORKS:  The camp day is divided into 6 sessions. Campers will sing, ring handbells, do crafts, share in movement and other enrichment activities, and have a snack. Campers are grouped by age and will be led from activity to activity by youth leaders, grade 7 and older. Camp week will end with a program on Friday, at noon, where children will share songs they have learned through the week. Campers will also have the opportunity to support a church-sponsored mission by bringing an offering each day.

REGISTRATION:  Registration fees cover craft supplies, t-shirts and music.  Registration is $30 per child with a $70 family maximum.

For more information, please contact Becky Jackson, Director of Music Ministry, at bjackson@centreville-umc.org.

Volunteer at Music Camp!

Adults and youth (rising 7th – 12-grade) are invited to participate in Music Camp as program volunteers.

Adults - help lead the different sessions offered each day.

Youth - either will be assigned to shepherd a group of children from activity to activity or to assist an adult at one of the sessions each day.

*Youth can also earn service hours by volunteering with Music Camp.*

EMERGENCY CARE FORM & BACKGROUND CHECK:All Music Camp volunteers are required to fill out an emergency care form and must pass a background screening. Please print and complete the Emergency Care Form and bring or mail it to the church office, attention Jason Moon.