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2018 MDY Nashville Mission Trip

June 23rd - June 30th, 2018

$90 - $145

Annual mission trip to work with Inner City Ministries in Nashville. We will be working with their summer education programming and running an afternoon VBS for 50-60 students ages 5-11. June 23-30.

2018 Nashville Inner City Mission Trip Details:

Dates: Leave 7am Saturday June 23, return around 1:30pm Saturday June 30

What: Work with summer education program of the Nashville Inner City Ministry during morning hours then run a 2-1/2 hour VBS program for the same children in the afternoons, Mon-Thurs.

Lodging: We will stay at the NICM facilities in downtown Nashville. Everyone in our group will need to bring their own bedding. The final night of the return home we will stay at a hotel in Little Rock, AR.

Cost: $150 for students, $75 for sponsors. Includes most meals, lodging and most activities. Bring extra $ for 2 meal stops on the way and 3 meal stops on the return. Any extra $ for coffee, drinks, snacks, etc will be to your discretion.

Mission Work: We will be running an afternoon VBS program for 50-60 mostly 7-9 year olds. We will also be working with a group of younger Middle School students. Our theme for the Week is “Suit UP; The Full Armor of God”. Our lessons and daily themes will be focused on science and faith. We have 4 centers that children will rotate through:
-Bible Lesson
-Crafts
-Games
*Theater
We will utilize 1 student or adult leaders at each center and all others in our group will be assigned to rotate with a group of children.

What to Bring:
-bedding, mattresses for sleeping on the floor
-sunscreen, water bottle
-clothing for 8 days
(clothing must be modest, shorts length should be finger tip length(no short running shorts), no tank tops at day camp, no low cut shirts please. Flip flops should not be worn during day camp, but Chacos, Tevas and other strap sandals that strap your foot around the back are OK)
-swimwear(for possible water field trip with children and/or swimming at hotel in LR)
-toiletries for showers and personal care
-Bible
-phones are not allowed during our work day. Phones may be used during personal time in the evenings but not after lights out.

Emergency Contact: in case of emergency during our daily programming or any other time during our mission effort, please call or text our group leader Trent Taylor at 918-697-6464

Camp

Junior Camp Application

July 18th - July 18th, 2018

$25

Thank you for letting your kids join us this week for camp! It is truly an amazing week that your kids are sure to love and grow to know God more! Here are several details that will help you and your child know what to expect. If you have any more questions that these details don't cover please feel free to contact me, Stacey Kendall, at 918-272-3085.

-Junior Camp is for kids going into 4th-6th grades.
-It will be held at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner, OK from July 18-22.
-Parents will drop kids off at Tulakogee on Wednesday, July 18th between 5PM and 6PM.
-Sunday morning, July 22nd, we will have a family worship time to sum up our week and we should be leaving camp by noon.
-MEMORIAL DRIVE: We need all applications submitted by JULY 9th in order to receive any scholarship funds from the fundraiser. We require a $25 deposit when registering. After July 9th we will notify everyone of the balance. It is safe to say that the balance should be no more then $75. If your family would need help with the balance please notify us before July 9th. There won't be any money left to distribute after July 9th. All new registrants after that will have to pay the full price of $200.
JENKS: You will pay a $25 here and then turn in your balance to Katy Babbit at church.
-The churches attending are Memorial Drive, Jenks Church and Journey Church.
-The teens will be at the same camp but our programs are run separately.

  • What to Bring: LABEL EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO COME BACK WITH YOUR CHILD! SOCKS, CLOTHES, BEDDING...EVERYTHING.

-Twin Bedding with Pillow
-5 Changes of Clothes (Lightweight and quick drying are the best. We tend to get wet a lot.)
-Pajamas
-Swimsuit
-2 Towels (One for swimming and one for showering)
-Toiletries
-Flip flops for swimming and shower
-Tennis Shoes and Socks
-Undergarments
-Dirty Clothes Bag (Garbage bag works)
-Bible
-Bug Spray
-Sunscreen
-Fishing Supplies (optional)
-Meds (prescription meds without a properly labelled bottle will not be allowed. Also, parents must turn all meds, prescription and OTC, with instructions at drop off.)

What NOT to Bring:
-Phones (You are welcome to call or text my phone, 918-272-3085, as much as you want to check on your kids. Kids having their own phones causes much unnecessary trouble. Thank you for understanding.)
-Money- There will be nothing to buy. It will get lost.
-Snacks- We are not super strict on this one but please know your kids will already have three meals each day (two of those will include desserts), and two canteens each day (usually include a pop and a candy/ice cream/salty snack choice). So most extra food does not get eaten because they are never hungry. Special dietary needs are definitely an exception.
-Prank supplies- Pranks make kids want to go home. So, please keep them away.
*If you are in doubt about if something is appropriate to bring please just ask.

-By registering here you are granting permission for the person registered to attend Camp Tulakogee. You are giving permission for the Camp Director to authorize routine treatment of non-emergency care in cases of injury or illness,. In any emergency, you understand that every reasonable effort will be made to contact you. In the event that you are not reached promptly, you are giving permission to the physician selected by the Camp Director to hospitalize and secure proper treatment, including surgery, for your child at your expense to the extent not covered by the camper's insurance. You release Camp Tulakogee and all camp personnel from any liability arising from all routine emergency care.

Camp 2018

Senior Camp 2018

July 18th - July 22nd, 2018

$100 - $185

Senior Camp 2018 is July 18-22nd at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner, OK on beautiful Ft. Gibson Lake.

-Senior Camp is for those who have completed 6th-12th grades.
-It will be held at Camp Tulakogee in Wagoner, OK from July 18-22.
-Parents will drop kids off at Tulakogee on Wednesday, July 18th between 5PM and 5:30pm. The address is 34168 E 713 Way, Wagoner, OK 74467
-Sunday morning, July 22nd, families will pick up their students but we will have an ALL CAMP-Family worship together at 10:30am.
-This online application must be submitted no later than July 11 to ensure a spot at Senior Camp.

What to Bring: LABEL EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO COME BACK HOME! SOCKS, CLOTHES, BEDDING...EVERYTHING.
-Twin Bedding or sleeping bag with Pillow
-At least 6-7 Changes of Clothes including sleepwear.
-Swimsuit and clothing for water activities. If girls bring 2 piece swim suits a tshirt or other cover up will be required.

-2 Towels (One for swimming and one for showering)
-Toiletries(DON'T forget toothpast/toothbrush and deoderant)
-Flip flops for swimming and shower
-Closed toe Shoes and Socks for some night activities
-Underwear
-Dirty Clothes Bag (Garbage bag works)
-Bible
-Bug Spray
-Sunscreen
-Fishing Supplies (optional)
-Meds (prescription meds without a properly labelled bottle will not be allowed. Also, parents must turn all meds, prescription and OTC, with instructions at drop off.)

What NOT to Bring:
-Phones (You are welcome to call or text your youth leaders but please leave phones at home or students should turn in to their cabin staff.
-Money- There will be nothing to buy.
-Snacks- Please know your kids will already have three meals each day (two of those will include desserts), and two canteens each day (usually include a pop and a candy/ice cream/salty snack choice). So most extra food does not get eaten because they are never hungry. Special dietary needs are definitely an exception but simple needs like GF diets and dairy free are accomdated by the camp.
-Prank supplies- Pranks simply make people angry or to feel devalued! We do not tolerate this at camp as pranks ALWAYS promote a perpetrator and victim scenerio which we do not want at camp. This is the week everyone should feel safe and free from bullying behavior which is already difficult to address. So, please keep them away.
*If you are in doubt about if something is appropriate to bring please just ask.

-By registering here you are granting permission for the person registered to attend Camp Tulakogee. You are giving permission for the Camp Directors to authorize routine treatment of non-emergency care in cases of injury or illness,. In any emergency, you understand that every reasonable effort will be made to contact you. In the event that you are not reached promptly, you are giving permission to the physician selected by the Camp Director to hospitalize and secure proper treatment, including surgery, for your child at your expense to the extent not covered by the camper's insurance. You release Camp Tulakogee and all camp personnel from any liability arising from all routine emergency care.