UUC’s annual Chalice Camp will be held July 31 – August 4, 2017 from 9 am-4 pm, for children entering grades 1-5 in the fall of 2017.
At this engaging week-long summer day camp, campers have fun, build community and gain a better understanding of what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
Registration forms for Chalice Camp 2017 and counselor applications are now available! UUC’s seventh annual summer day camp will be July 31-August 4, from 9am – 4pm at UUC. The theme of camp this year is “world religions.” Camp is open to children entering grades 1-5 in the fall of 2017.
Chalice Camp is an engaging summer day camp which includes music, art, games, worship, and field trips – our trip to the Mountlake Terrace pool is always a highlight! We hire eight teen counselors from University Unitarian Church, to provide leadership and job opportunities for our youth, and to create a multigenerational community for our campers that will last through the following church year. This July and August, kids will learn about world religions – focusing on Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism.
For more information, please contact Melody Moberg, DRE.
Parents of campers wrote:
“You won’t be able to find a more affirming, supportive, and caring environment, where everyone cares for the earth and each other. I wish it were Chalice Camp for everyone, all year round!”
“Whether your child knows all the kids in their Sunday school class – or nobody … This is the best opportunity for kids to learn about and deepen their relationships with the church community. It’s building their foundation for a lifelong exploration of faith and commitment to their community.”
“It’s the best bargain for a summer camp in Seattle, plus they have such an amazing, respectful, progressive team of UU counselors!”
“It’s supportive, progressive environment for any kid – wonderful experience and easy to fit in and make friends!”
“The exploration activities each day were enriching and exciting – my daughter woke each day eager to experience each day’s activities and outings.”