July 27-31, 2015
White Oak Conference Center
Resonate Kids Camp is a five-day camp experience specifically designed for 3rd-6th graders.
Resonate Kids Camp provides two track options. Each camper chooses which one track they want to participate in for the week.
|1. Music Track||2. Discipleship Track|
|a. Instrumental Class||a. Bible Study|
|b. General Interest Class||b. Bible Skills|
|c. Bible Study||c. General Interest Class|
|d. Camp Choir||d. Nature Encounter|
|e. Recreation||e. Mission Project|
Campers in both tracks join together for worship, recreation, evening programs, free time and meals. These are designed to allow children to interact with each other, with leadership and with God.
Free time options include swimming at the pool, activities at the lake, and movies at the Hub Theater.
Resonate Kids Camp concludes on Friday with a presentation by campers in both tracks.
- Chaperones are required - 1 Adult per 4 campers of the same gender. Chaperones must be 21 years or older.
- Secure competent chaperones. Because of the South Carolina Baptist Convention's commitment to ensuring the safety of children, all adults 18 years or older must consent to and be cleared by a background screening by the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Please go to www.scbaptist.org/backgroundscreening for complete background screening instructions.
- Chaperones for Music Mini-Camp may NOT chaperone campers for Resonate Kids Camp.
The goal of Resonate Kids Camp is to lead children to move and act in response to God. We strive to equip children to reach their greatest potential in Christ to impact their home, family, friends, church and the world. In order to accomplish this goal, the leadership of Resonate Kids Camp has instituted a Resonate Kids Camp Student Intern program.
Resonate Kids Camp Student Interns are rising high school juniors and seniors or college students who are selected by application and interview with staff from the SC Baptist Convention Worship & Music Office and Resonate Kids Camp leadership. While no compensation is offered, a wealth of experience may be gained from serving as a Resonate Kids Camp intern. Resonate Kids Camp Student Interns are to be endorsed by their respective churches.
Completed Applications are due May 1, 2015.
For more information and application, visit: Resonate Kids Camp Student Intern Program
A limited number of $50.00 Thomas H Westmoreland Summer Music Camp Scholarships will be available for Youth MusicArts Camp, Resonate Kids Camp - Music Track, and Children's Music Mini-Camp. Scholarships are determined by financial need and are applied directly to the cost of the camp.
Application deadline is April 30, 2015. Scholarship applicants will be notified by mail by May 15, 2015. Application forms are available on the
worship website: www.scbaptist.org/musiccampscholarship
To print off a list of class choices, click on Resonate Class Choice Selections.pdf
General Interest Class Options – ALL Campers:
A. Balloon Sculpting - Balloon sculpting is an excellent outreach tool or a simple way to draw a crowd. Participants will learn basic twists, ties and how to sculpt several balloon creations. There will be a $10 materials fee for this class.
B. Beat It! - Everyday objects can be used to make music. Beat It! utilizes pots, pans, cans, etc. to create a fun and exciting rhythmic experience.
C. Blacklight Puppets
D. Clowning - Be a clown, be a clown! In the entertainment world, clowns are in very high demand! In this class, learn the beginning steps to becoming a clown for Jesus. Make-up, costuming, performing and several clown skills will be covered. A bright colored T-shirt and solid colored hat will be needed for “clownification.”
E. Leather Craft - Practice using leather tools and create an item to take home. There is a $10 materials fee for this class.
F. Photography - Learn the basics of photography, practice with the camera and evaluate your results.
G. Pottery - Create keepsake items with potter’s clay. There is a $10 materials fee for this class.
Recreation Options – ALL Campers:
J. Adventure Recreation - Climb the rock wall, belay (climb a cargo net and rappel from a platform) and participate in other Adventure Recreation activities. This class is limited in size.
K. Archery - Learn archery safety, basic technique and practice shooting at targets with a bow and arrow. This class is limited in size.
L. Disc golf/Corn hole/Ladder golf - This class will participate in a different throwing/tossing game each day.
M. Ping Pong
N. Team Games - Join with others to participate in team games such as Capture the Flag and Flag Football.
P. Water Sports - Learn the basics of water safety, swimming strokes and how to canoe and kayak. This class is limited in size.
Instrumental Class Options – Music Track ONLY:
R. Dulcimer - Learn how to play the dulcimer, an Appalachian folk instrument. Dulcimers will be provided for class along with the option to make your own during free time in the afternoon (additional cost for making your own).
S. Guitar - Guitar has become a very popular instrument to play in recent years. In this class, campers will learn the basics of playing and several chords for use in accompanying songs. Each participant must bring a guitar to camp.
T. Handbells - Handbells are unique instruments that create a beautiful sound and are equally interesting to watch. Campers in the Handbell class will learn the basics of handbell ringing, specialized techniques and ring in a handbell choir. No previous experience is required.
U. Keyboard (for beginners) –This class is for campers who are interested in an introductory course in learning to play the piano. The class is designed for students who have never had piano lessons. There is a $10 book fee for this class.
V. Make It/Take It - Ther si a $10 materials fee for this class.
W. Percussion –Learn the basics of playing percussion instruments such as drums, xylophones and orchestra bells. There is a $6 drum stick fee for this class.
X. Recorder – The recorder is an easy-to-learn instrument that is fun to play and easy to transport. You will learn basic note reading, fingerings and simple songs in this class. There is a $5 instrument fee.
Y. Strings –Strings class offers campers the opportunity to learn the basics of playing the violin. This is a class for beginners. A $10 instrument rental fee will be charged.
By May 15, 2015: $240.00 for campers; $180.00 for chaperones
After May 15, 2015: $255.00 for campers; $195.00 for chaperones
A deposit of $100.00 per person is required with registration.
Refund Policy: There will be NO refund for cancellations.
To Register by Mail:
1. Print off the Resonate Kids Camp Registration Form. Print off enough copies to complete one for every camper AND chaperone.
2. Complete the form with Class Choice Selections for each camper. All Campers must select three choices of General Interest Classes & Recreation Options (NOT just one option). Music Track students must also select three choices of Instrumental Class Options.
3. Complete the Resonate Kids Camp Lodging Form.
4. Mail all forms and deposits/payments to the Resonate Kids Camp, Worship & Music Office, 190 Stoneridge Drive, Columbia, SC
To Register Online:
Available at a later date
Background Screenings: Every effort will be made to ensure that everyone who comes to camp has a fun and safe stay; therefore, a yearly background check MUST be completed on EVERY ADULT 18 years or older WHO ATTENDS our Children's Music Camps. Your registration will not be complete, nor your camp date secured, until all adults in your group have been screened and approved by the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Please go to http://www.scbaptist.org/background for complete background check instructions.
Sponsored by the Worship & Music Office & Generations Group of the South Carolina Baptist Convention. For more information please contact:
Worship & Music Office:
Ministry Assistant - Janet Altman at email@example.com or 803.227.6168
Childrens Camp Part-time Field Service Representative - Jasmine Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director - Mark Powers at email@example.com or 803.227.6166
Ministry Assistant - Mandy Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803.227.6160