Summer Camp

YOUTH CAMP 2016

  1. Register online at: http://www.aogmi.org/youth-camps http://www.aogmi.org/youth-camps

  2. Be sure to list our Church Name. a. This is used to place students in a room with others from our church.

Information:

Jr. High Camp – June 27th- July 1st
a. For all students going INTO 7th, 8th, & 9th grade!
b. Cost:
i. $225 if registered before June 13th
ii. $260 if registered after June 13th
c. YOU are responsible for dropping off and picking up your student at:
i. Fa Ho Lo Conference Center- 3000 Mt. Hope Rd. Grass Lake, MI 49240
ii. Registration begins at 10:00am on Monday
iii. Pick up is at 3:00pm on Friday
d. What to bring:
i. Bedding (there are twin beds/bunk beds)
ii. Towels (Swimming & Showering)
iii. Clothes/Bathing Suit (Modest & appropriate)
iv. Sneakers!!
v. Toiletries
vi. Bible & Notebook for service
vii. Spending $$ (Optional for gift shop/snack bar) Suggested $25

Sr. High Camp- JULY 11TH-15TH
a. For all students going INTO 10th, 11th, 12th grade & 2016 HS Graduates
b. Cost:
i. $225 if registered before June 27th
ii. $260 if registered after June 27th
*All other information for Sr. High Camp is the same as Jr. High Camp

Cardboard City

Cardboard City!

What: • A Fundraiser for Speed the Light! • We divide the youth sanctuary into 4 sections. • Kids (together with their squad) build a city/house out of cardboard in their section of the youth sanctuary. • People pledge them money per hour they are staying in their cardboard city. • Kids can bring games/snacks for themselves and their city • The most creatively built city wins a Trophy! o Judges TBD

When: • Kids can come to the church every evening Monday 6/6-Thursday 6/9 to build it between 6:00-8:00pm (on Wednesday: after church from 8:00-9:00pm) • They get time to finish the city on Friday 6/10 from 6pm-10pm • From 10pm on Friday June 10th until 8:00am June 11th kids stay in their city, with the exception of bathroom passes.

How: • We provide as much cardboard as we can. Kids are encouraged to bring their own. • We provide packing tape/scissors • Leaders help their squads build on nights they are available.

Envelope Challenge

Hey Parents,

I wanted to take a second to explain to you how we challenged your teenagers this week with what we are calling the "Envelope Challenge".

We laid out 50 envelopes each numbered (1-50) at the front of the worship center on Wednesday. We asked them to take a few minutes to pray and ask the Lord what he is asking them to give this month to Missions and our Youth Ministry. They picked an envelope with the number on front that represents the amount of money they are committing to give in the month of April!

Half of that money is going directly to Speed the Light (Missions) and the other half is going to our youth ministry. We have outreaches, events, and renovations we would love to do this summer with everyone's help!

Thanks so much, Pastor Peter