Children's Music and Drama
Worship Arts Camp 2015
During church, does your creative child doodle works of art on the bulletin? Does he tap his hands to the beat on the seat in front of him? And when you get home, does she belt out the praise songs into her hairbrush?
If your kids are going into 2nd through 8th grade this summer, then they should check out College Park Church’s Worship Arts Camp: a week-long day camp where they can develop their various creative gifts in worship.
We’ll be busy all week preparing to perform a fun, faith-filled musical on Friday night. From the cameras, costumes, and choreography to the sets, songs, and sounds – the kids do it all, while simultaneously learning to live a life of worship to our King.
Mark your calendars: This year’s Worship Arts Camp will be June 15 - 19.
What is Worship Arts Camp? Well, we're glad you asked. It is the best week of the summer!
College Park Church’s Worship Arts Camp is a week long day camp where kids can develop their various creative gifts in worship. They will spend the week learning about worship by, singing, rehearsing lines, learning choreography, building sets, designing costumes and making props. The “Tech Team” will learn how to run the cameras, sound system and lighting. The week will conclude on Friday evening with a presentation of an original musical.
We have a week filled with fun and worship planned.
Registration is now full, please join us for the production, "Our God Hears" on Friday, June 19th at 7 p.m.
The cost for camp is $100 per child.
New Creation Choir
"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation..." 2 Cor 5:17
New Creation Choir is a ministry for children grades 1 - 6, under the direction of Nancy Awabdy. Our mission is to ignite a child's passion to use their gifts in worship. It offers great opportunities for children to memorize Scripture through song, and learn about worship as they participate in worship services throughout the year.
For more information regarding New Creation Choir, please email or the choir director Nancy Awabdy.
Our Spring season has ended, stay tuned for details about the Fall season later this year.