Each day of G.L.O.W. Camp our students have an opportunity to participate in our theme dress days, and our missions giving program. This summer, all donations will go towards Mission of Hope Haiti- where $10 can feed one child 3 meals a day for a month.
Dress up Themes/ Mission Goals:
Monday: Come as you are Day - Missions Penny Day
Tuesday: Crazy/Tackey Day - Missions Nickel Day
Wednesday: Favorite Superhero/Character Day - Missions Dime Day
Thursday: Favorite Sports Team Day - Missions Quarter Day
Friday: Color Wars Day (Wear your GLOW Team colors!) - Missions Dollar Day
Friday, June 14
Join us Friday night for our G.L.O.W. Family Friday! Our G.L.O.W. kids will sing and show you some of the fun they had during the week. We will have food, fellowship, a word from our campus pastor, and a giant, kid-friendly, color-coating obstacle course. Students should wear all white (if possible). Clothes and shoes should be able to get dirty as they will get doused with color powder. Bring a towel and change of clothes for any student participating.
Friday night is NOT a drop off, so you'll need to stay with your child throughout the evening except when they're getting set on stage for their songs.
Schedule of Events:
6:00 Students prep in auditorium to perform
6:15 Worship Rally Begins (Parents save a seat for your student after they sing/dance)
6:15-6:45 Worship Rally
7:00-8:00 Obstacle Race Heats (by age) This will be located on our fields. 1st Heat: K5/1st, 2nd Heat: 2nd/3rd, 3rd Heat: 4th/5th 4th Heat: Volunteers
Q: Will the color wash off skin/out of hair? A: Yes! The easiest way to get it off is while it’s still dry (shake, wiggle, jump up and down, vacuum, etc). After that, soap and water, with a little rinse and repeat action will do the trick.
Q: Does color stain? A: Step one, brush it off. Step two wash the affected area. Our colors are not permanent and not meant to stain, however if large concentrations are mixed with water the dyes can stain.
Q: Are the colors safe? A: Our vibrant colors are made up of Corn starch and FD&C and/or D&C colors. Color safety information: Approved for use in foods, cosmetics and/or drugs. These products are not considered hazardous, 29 CFR 1910-1200.
Still have questions? Contact Sarah Morgan at email@example.com for more information.
What is 3 Circles?
Life change. It all begins with the gospel. The gospel of Jesus Christ is the most profound reality of life. At G.L.O.W. Camp we are using the 3 Circles tool to share with students what the gospel for means for them- and how Jesus wants a relationship with them.
To see 3 Circles in action, check out the video below