Preschool Summer Camp

Don’t miss the fun this Summer.

Registration for Preschool summer camps will open the first week of April 2023 at

Adventure VBS is TWICE AS FUN this year!  We’re offering sessions June 20-22 and July 18-20.  These are different camps and kids can choose to attend one or both camps.

It’s VBS but it’s CAMP! This extended version of VBS will take place for 3 days from 9 am-3 pm. In the morning we’ll explore our VBS theme  and in the afternoon participants will get to choose their own adventure! As part of VBS sign-ups, everyone will get to choose a specific activity to fill their afternoon, whether it’s art, nature exploration, science, or animal adventures! There will be something for everyone!

  • June 20-22, 9-3 PM

    Age 4 – Rising 4th Grade

    Overall Theme: Space – Shine Jesus’ Light!

  • Each child can choose on specialty adventure track for the week (spaces are limited):

  • The $75 includes a t-shirt, snacks, a pizza lunch on Thursday, and supplies for morning VBS activities and Adventure Tracks. Some tracks may also have special guests or speakers.

  • Want to volunteer?  All regular attenders are welcome to volunteer!  In fact, full-time Adventure VBS volunteers receive one free registration.  Email Emily McMillan for more information.


Service Squad: Mission Camp is June 20-22, 9-3 PM

Service Squad: Community Camp is July 18-20, 9-3 PM

Service Squad gives our Tweens a chance to serve the community around us! We will be participating in various service projects over the course of the 3-day camp, and will throw in a fun activity or two. Service Squad will give kids a taste of what it’s like to serve on a mission team.  The June session will focus on our mission partners, and the July session will focus on our community partners.

  • Service Squad is from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and is for rising 5th & 6th graders.

  • The cost for Service Squad is $75 per child. This fee goes toward daily mission supplies, snacks, a t-shirt, and a pizza lunch on Thursday.

  • June service projects may include: working at a food pantry, sorting and packaging items, helping with animals, etc.

    July projects may include visiting with and appreciating first responders, a downtown Franklin scavenger hunt, and serving alongside local community leaders.