Camp@Home – Monday (Week 4 – Children)

Longing to Be Heard
Jonah 4
Ages 5-11

Welcome! We’re so excited you’re here. How excited, you ask? So excited we got the Bishop to open our week at camp! Bishop Steiner Ball is the Resident Bishop of the West Virginia Conference.

Suggested Schedule:
• 9:00 a.m. | Morning Devotional
• 9:30 a.m. | Activities Time
• Noon | Lunch Break
• Varies | Small Group Time
• 3:30 p.m. | Evening Campfire

Prayer Collage with Gavin

Did you know that you can pray with all your senses? Join Gavin to learn how to pray using scissors, magazine, and glue!

Hearing Scavenger Hunt with Shawna

You can hear with your ears, but being heard is all about being understood. Join Shawna to hear about her own experience with hearing and then go on your own hearing scanvenger hunt!

Pray My Name with Gavin

Each of our names are unique and different, just like us! In this activity Gavin shows us how we can use our names to pray!

At Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center, we always sing grace before praying for a meal. We’ll be teaching you a new song each day of the week!

Lunch Grace – Johnny Appleseed

Ohhhh The Lord is good to me, and so I thank the Lord!


Silly Song – Grey Squirrel

Gray Squirrel, Gray Squirrel, shake your bushy tail!

At Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center we LOVE the Hippo Song! In fact, we start every campfire with the Hippo Song!

Invite your family to learn the Hippo Song with you this week and spread the joy and laughter that the Hippo Song brings! God made all of us and celebrating creation can be so much fun!

Don’t forget to join your Small Group! This is like Circle Time at camp, except over a video call. 

Campers will join a Zoom call with a camp counselor to explore the Bible, play games together, and to show what they have created during activity time! Instructions on how to join a Zoom call

What a great first day! Gather your family together to sing the Hippo Song, which you learned earlier! We’ll worship God through song and then Megan and Louisa help us process what we’ve learned today. We’ll close out a great first day with prayer!