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Register For 2024 Day Camp (VBS) June 17-21

Day Camp With Sky Ranch Counselors: June 17-21 At King Of Glory – 2919 Wilson Ave. -Theme Is “Linked By Love” There Is Still Time To Sign Up Your Child, Grandchild, Or Ask A Neighbor Family If They Wish To Attend.

Join us for Sky Ranch Day Camp @ King of Glory Lutheran Church June 17th -21st

The Loveland Lutheran Churches (L2F2)- King of Glory Lutheran, Trinity Lutheran, and Zion Lutheran- are excited to have Sky Ranch Lutheran Camp Staff lead Day Camp! This year’s Day Camp theme is “Linked by Love.” Day Camp is open to children ages 3 through completed 5th grade/going into 6th grade. We encourage youth 6th grade and up to participate in a volunteer leadership role!

Pre-schooled aged children will participate in Day Camp from 9am-Noon. Pre-school aged children must be fully potty-trained. Our volunteers are not able to change diapers.

Children who have completed Kindergarten and up will participate in Day Camp from 9am-3pm.

The cost will be $10 per child and/or $15 per family. Snacks will be provided. Children who have completed Kindergarten and are staying from 9am-3pm will need to bring a sack lunch.

We will begin our day with check-in, gathering Worship all together, then we’ll break

Resources For The Home


FAITH5™ is a faith practice that can be used every day for a few minutes over a meal or at the end of the day. This practice helps people connect with each other and with God. It encourages communication through sharing, reading and prayer. For more information please go to Dr. Rich Melheim’s website: https://faithink.com/the-faith5-steps

The five steps are:

  • STEP 1: SHARE your highs and lows
  • STEP 2: READ a Bible verse or story
  • STEP 3: TALK about how the Bible reading might relate to your highs and lows
  • STEP 4: PRAY for one another’s highs and lows
  • STEP 5: BLESS one another

Resources To Open Up The Bible

Bible Project

These videos give an overview of the New Testament in small pieces. Great for youth and adults!

Prayer Practices For Children

Five Finger Prayer – each finger reminds us to pray for certain people

  • Thumb – pray for those closest to me
  • Pointer – pray for those who guide me (teachers, mentors, pastors, etc)
  • Middle (tallest) – pray for those who stand tall (leaders, firefighters, others)
  • Ring (weakest) – pray for those who are weak (poor, sick, homeless, powerless)
  • Pinky – pray for me and my needs

Popcorn Prayer – There is no order to this prayer; say a prayer at any time usually filling the leader’s statement of “Lord, thank you for…” or “Dear Jesus, help…”

Alphabet Prayers – Take turns thanking God by adding alphabetical thanks (aunts, brother, clothing, etc.)