The eXalt Worship Arts Camp explores the true meaning of worship and uses the arts to help students develop their creative gifts, while learning to lead others in worship and share God’s message of salvation through building relationships. The Camp will culminate with a camper-led worship service on Friday evening, July 18 from 6:30-8:00 pm.
This year, we are doing all registrations through FellowshipOne. You will need your InFellowship username and password to register. You can create an account if you don’t already have one. All information you enter once logged in is encrypted for your security. To register, please click the appropriate link for your student:
All registration has been closed at this time.
Free childcare for children birth through preschool is available for volunteers who serve at eXalt Camp. If you would like to serve as a staff volunteer during eXalt week, please click the link below:
Our first volunteer meeting will be on Saturday morning, May 17 from 9:30-11:30 am in the Fireside Room. Brunch will be served. We will discuss the basics of eXalt, your role as a volunteer and hear from special guest speaker, best-selling author and kid-guru, Kathleen Chapman, as she talks with us on how to glue our kids to God for life and teach them what authentic worship is and looks like.
If you have questions, please read the FAQ’s below or email Ashleigh Kalwat in the Worship Office.
Want to know more? Read on!
Q: When is eXalt Worship Arts Camp?
A: eXalt is a 5-day camp, July 14-18, 2014 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day at Second Baptist
Q: Who is eligible to attend?
A: eXalt is open to kids who will complete Kindergarten this school year through completed 5th grade
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Registration per student is $20 for the entire week of eXalt. For families with more than 3 students, a flat rate of $75 will be charged.
Q: What will each day of eXalt consist of?
A: Each student (completed 2nd-5th grade) will select a specific track to be their elective for the week; Students who have completed Kindergarten or 1st grade will be all together in one, pre-determined track. Each day will consist of elective time, snacks and lunch, outside/play time and opening/closing sessions.
Q: What elective tracks are available to choose from?
A: Completed 2nd-5th graders may choose from: Photography/Media, Publicity, Leadership/Communication, Drama, Dance, Visual Arts, Vocal, Instrumental or Worship Leading. Completed KIN-1st graders will be automatically assigned to a Music & Visual Arts Track.
Q: Is there a final performance?
A: All students will participate in a final, camper-led worship service on Friday evening, July 18 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.
Q: What do I need to bring with me?
A: Each student will need to bring a sack lunch every day and a great attitude! If your student requires medication during the day, please send any medications as well; we will have at least one trained nurse in the building at all times to administer medications and take care of medical situations that arise.
Q: When can I register for eXalt?
A: Registration will open ONLINE on Sunday, May 18 by visiting this eXalt page. There are a limited number of spots available in most tracks, so register early! You must register online and pay the fee in order to reserve your space. A limited number of scholarships are available by contacting the Worship Office.
Q: Do you need volunteers to help with eXalt Arts Camp?
A: YES! We would love to have you volunteer to help with this year’s camp. We will need classroom helpers, volunteers for snack/lunch times, general volunteers and snack donations. Free daily childcare is available to all volunteers the week of eXalt, for children birth through entering Kindergarten. We will begin registering volunteers ONLINE in mid-April here. Watch and listen for more information in the coming weeks!
Q: Where can I get more information or ask questions?
A: Please feel free to contact the Worship Office at any time with questions or concerns. You can email us by email or call 417.887.3111 x122.
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