All Star Sports Camp

The All-Star Sports Camp is an exciting and innovative way of sharing the Gospel and love of God with children.  Some of the children who attend the All-Star Sports Camp may not be able to attend church, but they want to come and learn sports, and at the same time, they also hear about what it means to have a relationship with Jesus Christ.  The first All-Star Sports Camp took place in July of 2004 at Alderson Elementary in Lubbock, TX.  The Lord has allowed us to host the camp each year.  Through the years, we have had close to 2400 youth attend our camp, and many have asked the Lord to lead their lives.  

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What We Want to Accomplish

  • Introduce the children to Jesus and a relationship with Him.
  • Plant positive seeds in the lives of the children.
  • If not currently attending a church, help them connect with a church family that will disciple them and help them mature in the faith.
  • Help them connect to role models and adults who genuinely care.
  • Help the children to think positively about their life and future through Christ.
  • Provide them effective tools and life skills.
  • Help prepare the children to make positive life decisions.
  • Create a positive environment and attitude leading into the new school year.
  • Make a positive impact on the communities where the children live and spend time.


2019 All-Star Sports Camp Information

Theme:  I am a Child of God – John 1:12
Dates:  Monday, July 15th –  Friday, July 19th 
Proposed Location: Cavazos Middle School (220 N. University Ave.)
Time:   9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Activities Offered:  Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Cheerleading, Dance, and Arts & Crafts

Daily schedule:
8:00 – 9:00 Registration
9:00-10:30 Activities
10:30-10:45 Snack
10:45-12:00 Worship

End-of-camp cookout:  Friday Evening July 19th

Volunteer Needs

• 2 head coaches for each sport and activity
• Helpers to assist in each sport and activity
• Registration team
• Support team (Helping set up camp each day, making sure each activity has water, ice, and cups)
• People to help with snacks and lunches
• Data entry
• Camp nurse

Volunteer Orientations

This year, we are offering our entire volunteer orientation online.  We are requiring every volunteer to complete the volunteer orientation. The volunteer orientation will cover:  An introduction to sports camp, child safety, how to detect abuse and neglect, how to report suspected abuse, expectations of camp, and how the camp operates.  For new volunteers, we are also requiring them to attend a New Volunteer Orientation meeting. We feel it is good to meet face to face with new volunteers so we can answer questions and handle any concerns new volunteers may have.  We do not have the dates set for these orientations yet, but there will be three opportunities.

2019 Volunteer Orientation meetings

July 9th, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, New Millennium Baptist Church, 101 E Queens. Click here to register

YOU ONLY HAVE TO ATTEND ONE OF THESE MEETINGS.  IF YOU VOLUNTEERED AT CAMP LAST YEAR, YOU ARE FREE TO LEAVE AFTER THE CHILD SAFETY TRAINING.

Other Meetings

April 13th, All-Star Sports Camp Kickoff Brunch, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm, New Millennium Baptist Church, 101 E Queens. Click here to register

July 13th, All-Star Sports Camp Walk Through, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm,  Cavazos Middle School, 220 N University. Click here to register

Volunteer Applications

Returning Volunteers Download here (PDF) Online Form Click here

New Volunteers Download here (PDF) Online Form Click here

Camp Registration Form

Download here (PDF) Online Form Click here 

Parent Guidebook

Download here (PDF)

Camp Sponsorship

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