Summer means warm weather, vacations, and most importantly CAMP! Many of us have fond memories of summer camp and stories that shaped us into the people we are. Camp can be the most important part of being a kid. It gives kids a taste of independence and a supportive, fun community. Friendships forged at camp often become lifelong!
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Each year, Saint Anne’s is pleased to offer a week of fun, fellowship, and learning as children around the community engage in song, dance, games, thrilling Bible stories, and crafts that make real God’s love for them and for each other.
In 2022 Saint Anne’s is offering VBS: Compassion Camp June 6-10
This is a week-long day camp for children ages 3-11 that runs out of our very own church. This year our theme is Compassion Camp where we will focus on being compassionate to ourselves, others and to the world. This camp runs from 9am-Noon and we will also provide snack. There is no cost for this camp.
If you are in the diocese of Atlanta you have heard of someone talk about Mikell Magic. Camp Mikell is a great place to send your child to camp. There they will build community and have a ton of fun doing so! Camp session depends on grade and prices vary. Scholarships are available throughout the camp and our parish.
The 2022 Camps are set:
For more on Camp Miikell: www.campmikell.com.
SAINT ANNE’S DAY SCHOOL SUMMER CAMPS
Camps at the Day School run weekly beginning June 13. The final session begins July 18. Sessions are 9:30 am – 1pm. More information on camps or being a counselor: email@example.com
Youth Week is the summer event for Kanuga Empowered Youth (KEY) conferences. As one of the longest-running events for youth ministry in the United States, Kanuga Youth Week brings together youth and adults who work with youth from around the country for a week of fun, friendship, and prayer. This Kanuga tradition embodies the vibrancy of The Episcopal Church and encourages participants to seek authentic connections with Christ and one another. Those who attend are empowered to build community through small group discussions, conference-wide gatherings, music, prayer, and play. As if that’s not enough, Saint Anne’s own, Tabi Tobiassen is one of the leaders!
PHOTOS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS AT KANUGA: