Cobb Youth Missions
Mission: To share the love of Christ with our words and actions by providing specific needs to individuals in our community that will impact their lives!
Goal: To reach our community with solutions to specific needs that can be met through projects that we can fund and complete for individuals in need.
Cobb Youth Missions Camp 2015
1 Week Local Mission Camp
Completed 6th - 11th Grade only
June 8, 2015 - June 13, 2015
$125.00 all inclusive per student
****All funds will be provided through the youth as the cost of attending the camp as well as fundraisers.
Sunday 4:00pm Check-In. 5:00pm Dinner 6:00 Lesson / Worship 11:00pm lights out.
Monday - Thursday
7:00am - Rise and Shine - Get Dressed and Prepare for the Day
7:30am - Breakfast in the Dining Hall (Bruce/Larry Sunday School Room)
8:30am - Work Site (when project is completed move to next project)
12:00noon - Lunch at Work Site
1:00pm -Work Site (when project is completed move to next project)
5:00pm - Arrive at Host Home and Take Shower
6:30pm - Dinner
7:30pm - Lesson
8:00pm - Fellowship and Activity
10:00pm - Arrive at Church and have Small Group Session
10:30pm - Praise and Worship
11:00pm - Lights Out
Friday - we will be completed with all projects prior to 1:00pm. We will go to last host home for a cookout dinner and fellowship celebration.
Saturday - Breakfast at 9:00am with all items packed and ready to go. Lesson, Praise and Worship at 10:00. Parents will pick up their youth at 11:00.
Sunday Service then Lunch with Family and People we meet and served throughout the week!
Breakfast - Choice each day of:
Hot Breakfast: Pancake/Waffle, Sausage and Eggs
Cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios
Milk, Water or Apple Juice
Lunch - Sack Lunch will be served each day
Peanut Butter and or Jelly sandwich, Bag of Chips, Banana, pack of Crackers, a Little Debbie Cookie and bottle of Water.
Dinner - This will be provided each night by the Host Home for that night.
Cobb Youth Missions @ Life's Hope Baptist Church
3360 Hicks Road, Marietta, GA. 30060
Kelly Millsap: 678-255-5565
Who Will Attend Camp: Youth invited will have completed the 7th Grade but not yet graduated from High School.
What will be the cost: Each student will pay $125.00
Where will they sleep: At the Church. Girls will all sleep in the Upper Room of the Gym. Boys will all sleep in the class rooms of the Church.
How will meals/showers be provided: Breakfast and lunch will be provided through food donations and served by Site leaders. Having 1 host home for each night of the camp, our host home will provide showers and dinner at their home for our whole group. We will also use our time at the host home to have our bible teaching for that day and an activity for fellowship time.
Where will projects come from: We will ask the church to submit the name and need of people in our community that have specific needs and from that list we will arrange a project manager to assist us with material costs and plans. The idea would be for church members to nominate neighbors, friends and family that live in our community (within 5 miles of the church) but do not attend our church.
What will be the budget for each project: We will need to look at each project individually and determine from the funds how to divide the funds to best cover the projects presented to us. Some projects may only require labor, in which the materials needed will be provided by the person in need.
Who will Chaperone this Camp: A minimum of 3 Adults per 6 youth will be in attendance at each work site.
· The Camp will have a Male and Female Leader in charge of getting the youth to each site, host home and back to the church at the end of the day. They will participate in all projects, they will be the leader of small group sessions as well as praise and worship.
· A Site Leader will be a young adult leader. Each group of youth (1 to 6 kids) will be assigned a site leader who will be in charge of preparing and serving breakfast at the church each morning, prepare and pack lunches to go, stock each site with plenty of cold water for everyone at each site and assist with jobs at each work site alongside the youth.
· A Project Manager will be in charge of a specific project at a work site. The Project Manager will be in charge of contacting the person in need, assessing the project, purchasing the materials needed, delivering the materials and planning the project. They will be at the site the day of the project and teach the group what to do in order to complete the project, as well as assisting them to complete all work and cleanup.
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