(Choose either Adventure Camp or Camp Lavon from the drop-down menu.)
Adventure Camp is a FIVE-DAY, 8am - 5pm camp, here in Odessa!
It is available for kids who have completed K - 5th grade.
The cost is just $180. (Ask about discounts for siblings!)
PAY YOUR REGISTRATION FEE HERE. Choose the fund "Adventure Camp," put your kiddo's name in the "note," THEN REGISTER HERE! (You must create an account or login with your information from last year. Add your kiddos as family members if you are creating an account for the first time.)
PARENT HANDBOOK: What's taught, what the schedule and activities look like, what to bring and what not to bring, etc.
Please contact Daniela emailfor questions about payment and information on available fund-raising and scholarships.
Look for the Kingdom Kids check-in booth and sign your kiddos in as soon as you arrive.
Tiny Kingdom Kids Club (1yo - 4yo)
Kids engage in a lesson, worship and prayer. A light snack is provided- usually goldfish and water.
Kingdom Kids Club (K - 5th Grade)
Kids attend the first part of the adult service with their parents.
After announcements they are invited to lead us in a song on stage; then they are dismissed and escorted to "The Kingdom", where they engage in a worship service and go to one of our classrooms with their age group.
6:30 - 7:50
Wednesday nights are a continuation of what we do on Sundays, except we get a little more rowdy!
Come in through the back entrance and check in with Ms. Daniela!
***We do not meet on Wednesdays during Summer break.***
Our KKC teachers are sensitive to the needs of the neurodiverse in our community and have a heart to serve them well.
If you have a child in your family with neuro differences, please print and fill out this form and bring it with you to service.
We also have printed copies available at the kids check-in kiosk.
At New Life, we embrace children with the intent of becoming like them in faith! We commit to disciple them and help them become friends of Jesus. When parents dedicate their babies, they are declaring:
- Their desire to raise their child to know and love Jesus
- That they can’t do it on their own and need God to empower them day by day to fulfill this responsibility
- Their desire for their community to be part of this discipling journey.