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Hope Summer Kids Camp - Limited spots available!

July 12th to 16th

On July 12 to 16, we will be offering a half-day Hope Summer Kids Camp in person AND an online camp-at-home option. It's up to your family to discuss and choose what works best for you!

Join us for a 4 day camp experience in a global race around the world, where we discover how we are all made in God’s image - discovering the beauty in our diversity and how that should impact how we live for God’s glory and love one another!

To register and find out more information, go to: https://hbcm.info/kids

Last day for registration is June 18. Only online camp spots are available.

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Junior High Day Camp 2021

July 26th to 30th, 2021

With the news from the Ontario Government that camps will be allowed to operate we are excited for our in-person JHDC camp.

JHDC is an unforgettable Christian day camp experience. Come join friends for the best week of your summer. Each morning campers will participate in worship and Bible teaching and in the afternoon participate in fun, high-energy activities.

The early-bird deadline to sign up for JHDC ends May 31st, so don't wait on this and go sign up today!

  • Junior High Day Camp is for youth entering Grade 6 - Grade 9 as of Fall 2021 (born between 2007 - 2010)  and will run during the week of July 26-30, 2021

Students can register to attend camp in-person HERE.  

What is Child Dedication?
  1. As a Christian parent, by dedicating your child to the Lord, you are acknowledging your need for God in your family. You are inviting God to be active in your family life, submitting your own desires for your child to God’s desires, and making a commitment to raise your child in God’s way. Parents are acknowledging that we believe that God must be a part of our family life if it is to be good and healthy. (Psalm 127:1)
  2. Parents are acknowledging that their child is a gift from God and they are earthly stewards of the life God has placed in their home. (Psalm 127:3-5)
  3. Parents are publicly declaring their intention to raise their child in such a way that they are given an opportunity to know God and to establish a personal relationship with Christ. Parents’ actions in raising their children are important to God. We have a responsibility as followers of Christ to raise our children in a way that will please the Lord.  The responsibilities the Lord has entrusted to parents include continuously praying for their children, instructing them in the way of the Lord, setting a godly example, and disciplining them as the Lord would discipline us. As parents, you are only able to do these things through Christ’s strength. (Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Ephesians 6:4)
  4. Parents are affirming their total dependence upon the Lord. (John 15:5)
  5. Parents are asking family, friends and the church community to prayerfully support and hold them accountable to these commitments. (Hebrews 10:24-25)
  6. Parents are following the Scriptural example of dedicating children to the Lord given in 1 Samuel 1:11, 26-28, where Hannah vowed to dedicate her child to the Lord if He would grant her one. The Lord honored her request and she kept her vow, dedicating Samuel to the Lord. (1 Samuel 1:11 )