Camp Eddie

Camp Eddie is a day camp experience for students entering grades 1-5 in the fall. As summer winds down, get ready for a week of games, Bible stories, music and so many special surprises! Friends are welcome!

August 16-20 | 9:00am-noon

Typical Day Schedule:

  • 9:00am Check In
    See procedure below
  • 9:30am  Large Group
    Music, Bible stories
  • 11:00am Special Activity
    Games, Tie-dye, Challenges, etc.
  • 11:30pm  The Wrap Up
  • 12:00pm Camper Pick Up
    See procedure below

Safety Precautions

  • Camp will take place, completely OUTSIDE, on the south lawn with an indoor rain plan.
  • Masks are required for all campers and leaders. (A change as of August 11.)
  • Anyone (staff, volunteers, adult leaders, students) showing signs of COVID-19 should not attend.

Check In Procedure:
Same as last year, we will have a curbside drop off where the leaders will meet your student at your car! Please do not get out of your car until you reach the front of the line. see the picture

Camper Pick Up:
You will pick up your camper at the same place you dropped them off. Please do not leave your car. Please make sure whoever picks up your camper (parents, grandparents, nanny, etc.)  is on the authorized pick up list.

NOTE: With COVID-19 still a reality, particularly for our younger students, it’s possible we may need to cancel camp at any point. All communications will be done by EMAIL.


  1. All middle and high school students are invited to serve as a leader. Current Acts 29 leaders do not need to apply – just contact Patrick or Nicole Smalley.
  2. Leaders must be able to attend all 5 days and arrive 30 minutes early and stay 30 minutes late.
  3. Students must attend a training meeting in order to participate.

Camp Eddie FAQ

What should my child bring?

  • A lawn chair or blanket to sit outside.
  • Water bottles – please label, but we will provide water refill stations throughout the morning.
  • Your camper should come wearing sunscreen.
  • Sunglasses or a hat are encouraged.
  • Do not send anything that will distract from the day such as cell phones, electronics, gaming devices, etc. These will be held on to by a leader.

If we invite friends, do these friends need to be Catholic?
Friends are ALWAYS welcome and they do not need to be Catholic! While we intend for this week to be an experience that enables young people to know and grow in their relationship with Jesus, there are no spiritual prerequisites. We will openly share Biblical truths from God’s Word every day at camp through teaching, worship, music, prayer and small groups. Every staff member is a follower of Christ and will do their best to model Jesus-like character while sharing their faith. But you do not need to have a church membership or church history to attend.  There will be no pressure on children to make any spiritual decisions this week.

Do you run background checks on all staff?
Yes, all of our staff and volunteers will have background checks run on them.

If you have any other questions please contact Nicole Smalley Director of Faith Formation, Birth to Grade 8.

See more fun experiences from past years!