Interfaith Summer Day Camp
Interfaith Works Summer Day Camp 2019 looks to be fun and exciting.
July 22nd -26th are the scheduled dates for this years camp, Monday through Friday 9am to 3pm. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. Download the registration forms HERE
This year’s camp theme is exploring what each religion has to say about how we treat the stranger amongst us. While our immediate reaction might be to avoid strangers, how does this mesh with our religious traditions? We will look at teachings from several traditions and explore those stories and texts through art, music, play and activities designed to promote social justice in our community.
Download the registration forms here
Camp 2018 was a huge success and fun was had by all! Thank you to the Temple Beth Hatfiloh for hosting the camp and all the wonderful volunteers who took time to share their faith traditions with the next generation! We could not do it without your support and continued dedication to interfaith understanding.
Quotes from parents:
“Thank you so VERY much for the wonderful camp you led. My daughter had a fantastic time and is already talking about wanting to go next year. I appreciate the hard work, care, and thought you put into this experience for my kid. Thank you again.”
“My kids had a great time. Said it was the best camp ever! Thanks again for facilitating this great experience!”
“My daughter had a wonderful time again this year. Thank you for providing this program.”
“My grandson is still talking about camp a week later, by the way (which is something for a 7-year-old)! We BOTH had fun!”
“It was a great experience for my grandson and I’m glad he was able to attend. Thanks to Interfaith Works for having this day camp.”
There is no cost for the camp, although donations are always welcome.
Thanks to Catherine Carmel of Temple Beth Hatfiloh for her professional leadership in organizing the camp again in 2018, our eighth annual summer camp.
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