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SPROING

Kids retreat (3rd-6th grade)

April 1-3, 2022

“Make me to know your ways O Lord; teach me your paths.” Psalm 25

Date: April 1-3, 2022

Who can attend: Kids, in 3rd-6th grade
Cost: $99 per person (includes all meals, activities & a t-shirt)
Registration deadline: March 27, 2022
Deposit: $25/person non-refundable
Scholarships Available!

Summer camp jam-packed into one crazy weekend. Teaching of truth. Energetic college staff. Great worship. Wild games and so much more! Bring your kids and get them even more excited for what God is doing!

Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year at Camp Siloam. For children, spring is a time to enjoy the beauty of God’s creation. ‘Sproing’ is a two-night retreat where kids can hear a great speaker, worship the Lord with other kids their age, play games, and maybe even spend their first nights away from home.

Sproing is a retreat designed for 3rd-6th graders. In this generation, 3rd -6th grade campers are more open to the Gospel than any other age group. They have a capacity to be truly abandoned to God. It is our goal to give children a great first-time camp experience and to see them launch into worshiping the Lord with abandonment. David writes in the 25th Psalm “To You, O Lord, I lift up my soul. That’s the idea behind Sproing, want to see children give everything to Him.

David continues to write in Psalm 25 “Make me to know your ways O Lord; teach me your paths.” As teachers of children, we have such an opportunity to capture the hearts of 3rd-6th graders for God; to make known His ways and His paths. We invite you to bring children to Sproing and see what God will do.

Speaker: Remix Education

Remix Education is the most exciting educational assembly for any learning experience! Remix is a Lexington-based professional mascot entertainment organization that provides unique assembly programs using hilarious mascot skits, crazy stunts, interactive games, and motivational speaking to get your students pumped up.

Schedule

Friday, April 1st 

6:00 PM  Check-In – Move-In 
6:30 PM  Gagaball (Rec Shack)
7:30 PM  Welcome & Worship (Large Worship Center)
8:30 PM  Group Time
9:00 PM  Night Rec (Rec Shack)
9:30 PM  Head to Bunkhouse
10:00 PM Lights Out 

Saturday, April 2nd
8:00 AM  Breakfast (Dining Hall)
8:30 AM  Morning Devo
9:00 AM  Worship (Large Worship Center)
10:00 AM Group Time
11:00 AM Field Game (Rec Field)
12:30 PM Lunch (Dining Hall)
1:30 PM  Hype (Large Worship Center)
2:00 PM  Game (Rec Field) Leader Meeting (Prayer Room)
3:00 PM  Free Rec (Bazooka Ball, Rec Shack, HUB)
5:30 PM  Dinner (Dining Hall)
6:30 PM  Worship (Large Worship Center)
7:30 PM  Group Time
8:00 PM  Night Rec (Rec Shack, HUB)
9:00 PM  Head to Bunkhouse
9:30 PM  Lights Out 


Sunday, April 3rd
8:00 AM  Breakfast (Dining Hall)
8:30 AM  Morning Devo
9:00 AM  Worship (Large Worship Center)

Packing List

Clothing:

  • Shirts (short/long sleeve)
  • Pants
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Coat or Jacket
  • Raincoat or Umbrella

Bedding:

  • Sleeping Bag or Twin Sheets & Blanket
  • Pillow

Toiletries:

  • Deodorant
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Soap/Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Shower Shoes
  • Towel
  • Washcloth

Must Haves:

  • 5 Masks
  • Flashlight
  • Bible
  • Notebook
  • Pen or Pencil

Do Not Bring

  • Handheld gaming devices
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Recreational Drugs
  • Guns
  • Knives
  • Fireworks

COVID-19 Guidlines

Prior to arrival: 

  • Please follow strict social distancing guidelines by wearing a face mask/face covering when around members outside your immediate family and stay home as much as possible in the 14 days prior to arrival.
  • Please do daily temperature checks the seven (7) days prior to arrival and record on the log on back of the health screening form (download here).
  • All guests will need to complete the health screening form. Anyone with symptoms in the 72 hours prior to arriving at Camp Siloam should stay home and not come to camp.
  • Individuals with pre-existing conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, autoimmune disease, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease (including asthma) and/or immunosuppressed are at an increased risk of severe illness or death if COVID-19 is contracted. These individuals may choose to not attend camp.

During Retreat:

  • Please wear a mask/face covering when participating in indoor activities when social distancing may not be possible.
  • Extra hand washing and hand sanitizing will be available and recommended often.
  • Please obtain daily temperatures for each individual in your bunkhouse. A log sheet and thermometer will be provided.
  • To aid in stopping the spread, we asked that anyone with a temperature of greater than 100.4 F is sent home. The ill person should wear a mask at all times and the Camp Siloam host should be notified.
  • Bunks will be spaced to comply with CDC guidelines to allow six feet between the head of each guest. We ask that you sleep head to toe. 
  • We recommend you stay on campus for the duration of your event. If someone must leave, we ask that they wear a mask while off-campus and follow all social distancing guidelines.