Northside Baptist Church Tifton
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We’re Bringing Camp to your town
We get that you want to give your kids a great summer, but finding high-quality, local activities that you and your kids both love is difficult. Connect Camps is a one-week, day camp filled with non-stop fun, engaging activities, daily faith-based lessons, and the chance to make lasting friendships. Your campers are sure to have an unbelievable week that they’ll never forget!
Get ready for the best week of your summer!
From secure check-in and check-out procedures, to the wide array of activities, every aspect of camp is carefully designed with top-notch quality and non-stop fun in mind.
Over 125 years of camp experience goes into training energetic, committed, and vetted college-aged staff, who truly love what they do: connecting with and encouraging your kids.
Christ-centered content is presented in engaging and interactive formats that help your kids leave camp with a deeper understanding of who Christ is and who they were made to be.
camp skills Something for Every Interest
Your camper gets to pick up to 6 different skills for their week of camp! Every camper can find an activity they'll love.
Ready, aim, shoot! Target practice has never been more fun. Whether you’re a master archer or just a beginner, you’ll love Archery at Connect Camps. You’ll learn Archery safety as well as how to aim and shoot like a pro.
Dribble, dribble, shoot, shoot! If you want to learn to play basketball and have a BLAST doing it, this skill is for you. You’ll learn good sportsmanship, how to dribble and shoot, and will have big fun playing your favorite game with your friends.
Build It Up
Build It Up
More than just Legos and building blocks, Build It Up will teach you how to actually build something awesome. Not only will you learn different building techniques, but you’ll also learn what it means to build your life on a firm foundation.
Scissors, glue, and popsicle sticks! Crafts at Connect camps is the best place to be crafty. Get ready to unleash your inner artist as you learn to create amazing crafts that you can show off to your friends and family.
Turn up the tunes, because it’s time for Dance! In Dance, you’ll learn several new dance moves and will have a blast working up a sweat while movin’ and groovin’ to some awesome music.
Who’s hungry? Epic Eats is all about cooking… and eating! You’ll learn fun, new recipes everyday that you can take home to cook with your friends and family.
Who’s ready for a touchdown? In Flag Football, you’ll learn to throw, catch, punt and kick, all while learning what it means to play on a team. Lace up your shoes, grab a friend, and we’ll see you on the field!
Don’t forget to bring a towel, because this is a skill all about getting messy! From water balloon fights to shaving cream wars, this skill will be a ton of messy fun. Don’t worry, mom and dad. We have a great changing policy in place. Talk about a skill where a kid can be a kid!
Elbow, elbow, wrist, wrist. In Girl’s Club, you’ll not only learn to paint your nails and look like a lady, but you’ll also learn what it truly means to be a godly woman.
S’mores, anyone? If you want to learn survival techniques, how to set up a tent, and how to read a map and compass, this is the skill for you. After we learn the basics, we’ll tackle the most important camping challenge: how to build the perfect s’more.
For K-1 campers only, Kava Only is all about team building. You’ll spend the day outside, doing new and exciting team building exercises each day, all built with the K-1 age group in mind.
This K-1 only skill is all about sports! From Soccer to Football and everything in between, Kick It will allow K-1 campers to spend time outside playing sports in a context that is built specifically for their age group.
Grilling out, sports, and hanging with the boys. This guys-only skill will not only be a ton of fun, but will also teach you what it means to be godly man.
All middle schoolers at Connect Camps are involved in One-Eight. This ultimate service opportunity is more than just a skill. Named after Acts 1:8, you’ll learn what it means to serve others and be God’s witness both at home and in your community.
Grab a paint brush and get ready to create your next masterpiece. In painting, you’ll learn how to paint using different styles and techniques. Not only that, but you’ll be able to bring your masterpieces home to impress your friends and family!
Grab your lab coat and safety goggles, because it’s time for Science Lab. From shooting off a rocket to seeing slime change colors, you’ll have the time of your life doing experiments and learning about science.
Are you ready to unleash your inner Messi? Get ready to dribble your way to success as you learn to pass, shoot, and score in Soccer at Connect Camps.
Is it gymnastics? Is it cheerleading? Yes! Tumble combines the best activities from gymnastics and cheerleading to give you the ultimate tumble experience. You’ll learn fun and exciting cheers and gym routines so you’ll be ready to tumble your way to the Olympics.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…you! In Under Cover, you’ll be a super hero in training. All week, you’ll learn what it means to be a real hero and a servant leader. Sneak all over campus serving others in secret, all while having a ton of fun!
what you'll do Camp Schedule
You've got questions... Frequently Asked Questions
Camp is for kids who have completed grades K-8.
• Powder Springs, GA: Camp is for completed K-5th graders.
Registration includes two snacks per day, a camp t-shirt, and five days of camp — Monday to Thursday 7:45AM-5:00PM and Friday 7:45AM-3:30PM.
Each camper gets to choose a total of 6 skills for their week at camp! They will participate in 3 of their skills on Monday and Tuesday, and the other 3 on Wednesday and Thursday.
They will be given a list of 19 skills to choose from during registration!
Campers need to bring a lunch and water bottle. If they’re signed up for the "Get Messy" skill, they will also need a change of clothes. If you have any questions about our clothes-changing policy, please ask.
Snacks are included. Campers bring their own lunch or they may purchase lunch at camp (only offered at some locations). We also ask that you do not pack peanuts in any form for your campers.
We also ask that you please write your campers name on their lunches!
Your camper needs to wear comfy clothes (i.e. gym shorts and a t-shirt) that you don't mind getting a little messy. We also ask that your campers wear closed-toed shoes. Make sure to apply plenty of sunscreen as some of our activities and recreation will take place outdoors.
If they’re signed up for the "Get Messy" skill, they will also need a change of clothes. If you have any questions about our clothes-changing policy, please ask.
There is no early drop-off or late pickup. If you need to pick up your camper early for any reason, please make sure you do so before 4:20.
Each group, or what we call a "Pack," has around 18 kids. Local church volunteers and Connect Camps counselors team up to lead groups. This helps ensure a low 10:1 ratio of campers to adults.
We see camp as a great opportunity for your campers to make new friends in their age group. You can request for your camper to be in the same group as a friend in your registration under "special concerns," but we cannot make any guarantees.
All middle schoolers at Connect Camps are involved in One-Eight skill. This ultimate service opportunity is more than just a skill.
Named after Acts 1:8, you’ll learn what it means to serve others and be God’s witness both at home and in your community. Campers get the chance to leave campus and participate in a community service project during their skill time.
*One-Eight will not be available to campers in Powder Springs, GA or Indian Trail, NC.
On Friday, you’re invited to attend the Closing Session for campers, parents, and church hosts. This special time allows campers and their parents to experience one last session together to wrap up the theme for the week!
7:45 AM - Check In // Tribal Landing
8:30 AM - Lift-Off
9:10 AM - Skill Award Ceremony @ Remix
9:55 AM - Tribe Time
10:20 AM - Tribal Challenge
11:20 AM - Lunch
12:10 PM - Worship
1:15 PM - Pack-Track
2:00 PM - Meet Up (Checkout)
2:15 PM - Closing Session with Parents
3:30 PM - Camp Day Over
On Friday, you’re invited to attend a closing session for campers, parents, and church hosts. This special time allows campers and their parents to experience one last session together to wrap up the theme for the week.
Check Out will take place at 2:00 pm before this closing session on Friday, that way you can take your camper home with you as soon as it's over at 3:30 pm.
At the end of each day, we’ll send your camper home with some great questions and topics to continue the conversation about what they learned at camp around your dinner table.
We do not have specific programming for campers with special needs.
We are happy to provide a volunteer to serve as a shadow if this is something you feel is necessary for your camper. Please let us know in advance if this is something you need so we can work with your church host to find the best volunteer for your camper’s needs.
Unfortunately, if your child is not able to participate in camp activities, we won't be able to host them at camp. We want our campus to be a safe and fun environment for each camper!
• Powder Springs, GA: We will have a team of 30+ volunteers to accommodate campers with special needs. We can't promise that your camper will have their own shadow, but please communicate with your church host to see if a suitable volunteer is available. These will be handled on a case by case basis.
Scholarships, or discounts, are given out by the church that is hosting your week of camp. If you have questions about who to get in contact with at your location, feel free to contact us at (706) 310-6055 and we will get you in touch with the right people.
We'll miss seeing you this summer! If you cancel your reservation more than 30 days prior to the camp start date, you will be refunded the total of all payments made minus the $50 non-refundable deposit. If you cancel your reservation less than 30 days prior to the camp start date, you will be refunded half the amount of payments made minus the $50 non-refundable deposit.
Staff are recruited by trained campus representatives. Connect Camps also requires references from previous employers or local ministers. Additionally, each recruit submits to a thorough background check, one-on-one interview, and an extensive initial training process. Returning counselors are evaluated on their past summer’s performance. Connect Camps provides ongoing coaching and development with performance reviews, including reviews of the activities and small groups they lead.
Learn more about our life-changing staff experience over on the Summer Staff page!
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