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 over 2000 youth attend our camp, and many have asked the Lord to lead their lives.  

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What We Want to Accomplish

• We want to introduce the children to Jesus and what it means to have a relationship with Him.
• We want to plant positive seeds in the lives of the children at camp.
• If the children aren’t connected to a church, we want to help them connect to a church family that will disciple them and help them mature in their faith
• Help the children at camp connect to role models and adults who genuinely care about them
• Help the children to think positively about their life and future through Christ.
• Give the children effective tools and life skills to use.
• Prepare them to make positive decisions for their lives.
• We want to make a positive impact on the communities where these children live and spend their time.

2018 All-Star Sports Camp Information

Theme:  Be Lit, For You are he Light of the World Matthew 5:16
Dates:  Monday, July 23rd –  Friday, July 27th 
Location: OL Slaton Middle School (1602 32nd St.)
Time:   9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Activities Offered:  Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Cheerleading, Praise Dance, & 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 27th

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

We require all volunteers to attend at least one of our volunteer orientations each year.  At these orientations we discuss child safety, how to detect abuse and neglect, how to report suspected abuse, expectations of camp, and how the camp operates.

2018 Volunteer Orientation meetings

June 9th 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Asbury UMC 2005 Ave. T Click here to register

June 16th 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Asbury UMC 2005 Ave. T (lunch provided) Click here to register

June 30th 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Asbury UMC 2005 Ave. T (dinner provided) Click here to register

July 10th 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Asbury UMC 2005 Ave. T (snacks provided) Click here to register


Other Meetings

July 21st All-Star Camp Walk Through 9:00 am – 11:30 am OL Slaton Middle School Click here to register

July 21st All-Star Sports Camp Volunteer Luncheon & Child Safety Training Presentation 11:15 am – 1:15 pm  Hope Community/Asbury UMC 2005 Ave. T 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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