First Kids Camps


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First Friends Camp

3 Years - Incoming 3rd Grade
Monday - Thursday | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
First Friends Camp is a camp just for kids age three (potty trained) through incoming 3rd graders. It is the VBS experience with a experience designed to introduce your younger children to the First Methodist Tulsa tradition of Camp Friendship!
Kids will experience God's redeeming GRACE, God's great LOVE for them, and discover ways God asks us to GO share his love with others. 

Camp Friendship

Incoming 4th - 6th Grades
Monday - Thursday | 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | Thursday Overnighter with Friday Pickup at 9:00 a.m.
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? Mark your calendar today and plan to spend your summer with First Kids!

Spark: A Clay Fullum Fine Arts Camp

Campers explore the fine arts through focused instruction, the newest creative technologies, field trips around Tulsa, and a caring crew of fun and talented teachers. At Spark, we believe that God has uniquely gifted each of us as creators capable of creating his image. We celebrate this, and the ultimate creator, through fine art exploration and awesome worship!
Each morning our campers will get to dive into the medium of their choice with other kids in a group known as their Affinity Group. Campers will remain in this group each morning all week long, where they will work together with their instructor to complete a project that they will showcase to their families and fellow campers at the Spark Showcase on Friday afternoon. Campers spend the afternoon either on a field trip, or in what we call Field Groups, where they will experience three unique mediums of art and the opportunity to make awesome projects.