it takes the whole body of christ - camp create volunteer roles

Crosspoint Church is preparing to host Camp Create, June 7-11. It takes many hands, feet and talents to provide this  creative arts camp, which  is an incredible week of summer fun and excitement for kids entering 1st through 6th grade. Volunteers are also needed at various times - some even in the weeks before and the Saturday after and some with flexible hours throughout the Camp days, Monday through Friday, 12:30-5:30 p.m. Many are needed the Sunday afternoon before camp begins to prepare for the week.


The number of daily volunteers who sign up will help determine the number of kids that will be able to participate, which is generally 250. 

Registration for campers will open later in May.


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  • What: Help transform the main building to the camp's theme through a guided design. May include some basic painting, drawing or simply hanging art pieces. 

    When: Some prep work done in the 2 weeks prior to camp. Mainly help is needed to decorate the afternoon of SUNDAY, JUNE 6.

  • What: Help construct/build/decorate the stage.

    When: Some prep work needs to be done in the weeks prior to camp; mainly needed afternoon of SUNDAY, JUNE 6.

  • What: Help check-in pre-registered campers upon arrival each day (through Thursday). Register NEW campers upon arrival Days 1-3 (Monday – Wednesday).

    When: From 11:30-1:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Prep work needs to be done in the 1-2 weeks prior to camp, as well as on Sunday, June 6Select days based on your schedule.

  • What: Prepare, serve, & clean up the snacks for campers/workers each day of camp. 

    When: Approximate time commitment is around 1 1⁄2 – 2 hours per day. Select days based on your schedule.

  • What: Lead campers in your color team during the Opening Celebration and through the six Creative Arts Classes, Story Time, Snack time, & Carpool pickup. You will also need to assist your color team during the Friday Family Night Program at the end of the week.

    When: Attend camp each day, 12:00-6:00 p.m. (Mon – Fri, June 7 – 11). Also attend a mandatory Camp Create Volunteer Orientation/Training at 9 a.m. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, at the church. There will be some changes/new protocols this year, so the training is necessary for everyone, even veteran camp volunteers.

  • What: Outside – Manage the car line each day during camp dismissal and relay carpool numbers to the workers inside; Outside – Walk kids to carline and make sure they are put into the correct car; or Inside – Call out carpool numbers for kids to get in line for pick-up. 

    When: From 5:00-6:00 p.m. each day. Select days based on your schedule.

  • What: Clean/refresh the buildings (all bathrooms, lobby area, worship center, & multi-purpose room). 

    When: Each evening after the day of camp. Select day(s) based on your schedule... you do not come every day.

  • What: Prepare, serve, and clean up the meal for all camp families and workers on Friday evening before the Family Night Program. Includes preparing food, assembling the meal boxes, setting up tables/chairs, and serving food, to cleaning up after, etc.

    When: Some food preparation held needed the Thursday night before. Volunteers needed at church at 3 p.m. to prepare, set up and serve dinner to everyone on Friday. 

  • What: Put the stage, classrooms, etc. all back ready for church the next. We typically

    have many visitors from the week of camp, so we want to make a great first

    impression! It takes a small army to transform the building before camp, so we

    need another small army to put it all back afterwards.

    When: Saturday, June 12, 8 a.m. The more who volunteer the shorter the amount of time it takes. “MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT/QUICK WORK!”