Art of Worship Camp is designed to teach children about worshipping Jesus through creative and expressive arts. The camp is held July 27th – 31st from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Thursday and 9:00am-2:15pm on Friday. Families are invited to attend our Friday performance at 1:30pm in the Worship Center!
This camp is for children who have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Social distancing and health screening will be implemented in light of COVID-19 concerns.


Each child can choose one of the following three tracks. We will do our best to place your child in the track of their preference!


Dance, Creative Storytelling, and Instrumental Music

This track is ideal for students who love to move, make a lot of noise, and exercise creativity! Students will explore the possibilities of using movement to worship and will be challenged to improve their dance technique, whether they are a beginner or have been training for many years! They will also participate in improvisatory, pantomime-style acting and will contribute their unique ideas in order to create a beautiful portrayal of the parables of Christ. Finally, students in this track will be given the opportunity to use either percussion instruments or recorders (depending on age and prior musical experiences) to worship through the performance of hymns as well as modern worship songs.
This track is a great opportunity for those who love to tell a good story and have the knack to be drama queens or kings! Students will have the opportunity to learn about the wonderful world of Theatre and focus on their craft of acting! But, fear not! No matter if you’re a pro or just starting out, this track will help you to become a better artist. Students will also have the opportunity to lean into worshipping the Lord through music, by participating in group devotional activities. Lastly, students will enhance their artistic form by telling a story through the visual arts and creative expression. *Note: students in this track will have to memorize scripts*


Acting, Worship Through Music, and Visual Storytelling


Stagecraft, Worship Through Visual Art, and Choir

For students who love to worship through art that they create with their hands and also love to sing praises, this is their track! Students will have the opportunity to create scene design for the end of camp production. They will fine-tune skills such as painting, glueing, and constructing, all while learning about the apostle Peter and his journey. Students will also have the opportunity to lead others in worshiping the Lord through visual art in two group devotional activities. Finally, students will learn to sing a choral piece which will be presented in the end of the week production. Campers will have the opportunity to learn musical techniques as well as the importance of group dynamics in relation to the body of Christ.


Karah graduated from Liberty University this spring with a BM in Instrumental Music Education and minors in Theatre Arts and History. During her time at Liberty, she was the captain of “Divine Call Dance Troupe” and a choreographer for the “Rhythm Tap Team.” She is passionate about utilizing all the performing arts as tools for worship, creatively glorifying the God of creation!

Emily graduated from Samford University in 2018 with a BFA in Theatre for Youth and a minor in Worship Leadership. She is passionate about sharing her love of Jesus with anyone who will hear and has a heart for missions. Emily is inspired to worship our Creative God though song, dance and theatre! She believes that the arts are an important vessel that can showcase the glory of God!

Veronica is currently a student at Lipscomb University studying for her BA in Interdisciplinary Education and her BA in Spanish. She loves the Lord and aspires to use her love and passion to work in Latin America doing mission work. She sees incredible value in worship through visual arts and hopes to give students the opportunity to learn how to praise the Lord in artistic ways.