July 1,2,3,5, 2019 | 9:00am – 12:00pm
The Upward Sports Camp is a four day, three hour long recreational camp where kids from age 6-12 can have fun while playing and learning new drills to improve and learn the fundamentals of basketball or cheer. Your child will be led by adults and teens who care about your child and will lead them not only in basketball or cheer, but also in a lesson from the Bible each day. Each day is an opportunity for more fun and for more friendships with children their own age so if your child can come to all four days, they’ll have the best chance at building those great relationships; but even if they can come for just one, two, or three of the days there is still plenty of fun and friendships to be had.
We have basketball for boys, and girls can choose either basketball or cheer. Both choices have a fun day of games, drinks, skills, routines, crafts, snacks, a Bible lesson and more. We provide all the equipment and snacks, all you have to bring is your child dressed in cool comfortable sports clothing, sneakers suitable for basketball or cheer, and a filled water bottle to make sure they stay hydrated. We’ll have water on hand too.
This year’s Sports Camp will be at Public School 50 at 200 Adelaide Avenue, and activities will take place both indoors and outdoors. And did we mention? This year, Sports Camp is free, and we mean free with no hidden or add on costs. We are thankful for our partners from First Baptist Church of Lake Jackson Texas who have made this possible and who will be running the camp along with Crossroads Church.
Each day campers can expect group games; four different Basketball or Cheer Stations where they will drill, play, or learn skills; a huddle time where they will learn a lesson from the Bible, snack time, group rally, as well as surprise prizes for each camper.
Camp is from 9:00am – 12:00pm each of the four days, July 1,2,3,5, 2019 and you can arrive to sign in your child at 8:45am.
July 4 is a National Holiday so we’re taking the day off from camp to allow campers to spend time with their families.