Camp FAQ and INFO


Throughout the day, your child will participate in:

Instructional Time – These are times that focus on skill development while having fun. Each day of camp will focus on a different sport (Monday is hockey day, Tuesday is basketball day, etc.). Each day of art & dance camp will focus on a different art medium and dance.

Teaching – Every year’s theme includes a number of ways to reach and instruct multiple types of learning styles. Each day consists of a Bible story and an object lesson that revolve around a theme for the week.

Fun Time & Games- Each day includes a fun game time that teaches character development and good sportsmanship to participants. This can include a scrimmage, for example, which teaches healthy competition and teambuilding.

Break Out Sessions – These are group times where Biblical truths (did you know that athleticism and sports are actually in the Bible? Did you know that God created us to be artists?) are introduced. These sessions can include instructional stories, fun object lessons, and pointer times that reinforce the themes children are learning!


Check in is at 9 AM sharp and pick up is by 4 PM sharp


Randy Srochenski – BIO

Randy has been passionate about sports, specifically football, since the age of seven! After playing semi-pro for the Regina Rams, he continued his football career as a line backer on special teams, playing for over 15 years for the Regina Roughriders and Toronto Argonauts. During the off-season time, Randy was commissioned to travel to elementary and high schools to speak on character building, anti-bullying and team work both in mass assemblies and smaller class room settings. In addition, he has hosted numerous summer camps in the Niagara Region through the years. This camp combines Randy’s love of sport and his gifting to mentor and instruct young people.


What will my child be doing all day?

Our Camps will offer a number of different activities appropriate for the varied age groups. Campers will be organized into groups for the week according to age. Many of our activities will happen outdoors, but we also have 3 large well-vented facilities on premises at our disposal.

What should I pack for my child each day?

Your child will need to bring a lunch and two snacks each day. They will need a minimum of ONE water bottle although we highly recommend TWO. Please ensure they have sunscreen already applied before camp each day and an extra bottle with them to reapply after lunch. Please ensure proper footwear is worn each day. A SUN HAT is highly recommended. Once registered and closer to the day (the weekend before camp start), you will receive an email with more detailed instructions of what your camper will need.

How do I pay for the camp?

You can register online at and fill out your medical form. The fee per camper is $125. Payment options include PayPal on our website, by e-transfer or by cheque dropped off to the church. Please indicate in the memo field the full name of your child(ren) as well as the caption Camp”.  Note that registration is not final until payment in full has been made.

Does my child need to bring any sports equipment or art supplies?

No. Your child will not need to bring any extra equipment or supplies. The cost of the camp goes towards art supplies and sports equipment.

Does my child need to be athletic or artistic to attend?

Our sports camp is high energy so an appreciation for sport will naturally enhance their experience; however, children of all skill levels are welcome and we look forward to working with and encouraging all of the campers to nurture their abilities.

Our art & dance camp is intended to accomadate all skill levels.

What is the refund policy?

All payment needs to be made in FULL by June 15, 2023. Need to cancel your registration? Refunds minus a $35 registration fee will be granted. After July 1st there are no refunds offered as supplies are purchased, extra staff are hired and camps are full.

More Questions?

Feel free to contact if you have any further questions.