SUMMER CAMPS

Rocky Railway Bible Camp

July 27-30, 2020 | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4 Years through 5th Grade
Kids’ lives are unpredictable, filled with ups and downs, drops and dips, twists and turns. First Kids’ Rocky Railway Bible Camp is intentionally designed to show kids the power of Jesus- something they can count on to pull them through when life doesn’t feel so fun or adventurous. At Rocky Railway, kids will deepen their friendship with Jesus, who empowers them to boldly face life’s challenges!
After the opening session, 4th and 5th graders will head to their own special VBX while the rest of the crews head out for crafts, Bible Story, Music, Movie and snacks. A special class will be formed for preschool kids whose parents are volunteering that week.
T-Shirts and CDs will be available for $10 each. Registration runs from March 1 to July 20.

Camp Friendship

June 22-25, 2020
Incoming 4th, 5th, & 6th Graders
This camp is a beginning for lifelong church friendships and an opportunity for Christ to be at the center of it all! How does it work? By offering GRACE to all as we look deeply at what it means to be a Christ-following friend. By offering LOVE through games, hospitality, and radical fun for all. And by GOING out into our schools and communities and offering friendship to all...even those who don't know Christ. Who will you invite to Camp Friendship this year? Register today and plan to spend your summer with First Kids!
Counselor In Training | 7th & 8th Graders
Students applying to be a CIT at Camp Friendship are committing to participate in the vision to help students from schools all over Tulsa to build lasting friendships.
Practically this will include the following tasks/responsibilities:
  • Committing to pray for campers and the camp prior to, during, and after the week of Camp Friendship
  • Greeting and facilitating the pickup and drop-off of campers
  • Assisting the counselors with their various tasks and responsibilities
  • Working to build relationships with and invest in the campers
  • Building excitement and encouraging participation in different settings throughout the week
  • Leading by example
Counselors | 9th Grade - College
Students applying to be a counselor at Camp Friendship are committing to participate in the vision to help students from schools all over Tulsa build lasting friendships.
Practically this will include the following tasks/responsibilities:
  • Committing to pray for campers and the camp prior to, during, and after the week of camp friendship
  • Mentoring and working with the counselors in training (CIT).
  • Overseeing and building relationships with campers in their various activities
  • Leading small groups for campers
  • Greeting and facilitating the pickup and drop-off of campers
  • Attend mandatory training the Sunday before camp