Parent's Night Out

We are called to share compassion with one another. One way UCC does this is by giving families time to rest and recharge. Parents and caregivers, enjoy three hours of uninterrupted time as your children enjoy a fun evening of programming with Children’s Ministries. Our programs will engage infants to fifth graders with time to play, learn, and have fun together. $5 child/$10 total per family.

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Summer Fun

Summer Fun is a summer program designed to provide fun, engaging interaction for children ages 2 months through kindergarten (and some early elementary ages depending on interest). Summer Fun happens in two sessions and runs 9 am to 12 pm, Monday-Thursday for two weeks (4 days during a session).

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Disciples Crossing

DC Youth 6/20-6/24 – (Grades 6th-12th) – DC Youth campers will connect with their faith in Summer 2022 while focusing on Matthew 22:36-40 and the idea of Beautiful Chaos. Campers will explore relationships with the world, self, others and God.  They will share with old and new friends alike during this one of a kind week that they will never forget. DC Youth Director: Sklylar Plunkett 6th-8th Grade Directors: KT Medlin and Ronny Nowell 9th-12th Grade Directors: Natalie McGee and Austin Staggs

Imago Dei 6/26-7/2 – (Grades 7th & 8th) – Previously known as Eighters Camp, Imago Dei is designed to teach campers about spirituality and sexuality through a Christian curriculum.  Imago Dei is a transition as we move from Summer after 8th grade to Summer after 6th.  Please stay tuned for more information regarding transitions.  For more information about Imago Dei check out our website or page 10! Imago Dei Directors: Katherine Wright and Bill Jeffreys 

Family Camp 5/27-5/29 – (All ages accompanied by an adult family member) – This camp is for families of all ages as long as one child attending is under the age of 18 and one adult is over the age of 21. The goal of Family Camp is Sabbath! Families come to rest, play and worship together. What a great way to kick off the summer! Family Camp Directors: Heather Tolleson and Brian Coats   

Registration link: Register first with Disciples Crossing then with UCC for payment.

UCC Kids Adventure Camp

June 14-17, 9 am to 12 pm for ages Two –Third graders (age or grade as of Sept. 1, 2021)

Registration for UCC Members begins March 1; Open registration begins April 1 Adult & Youth Volunteer Registration begins March 1.

Peace is a prayer for some and a life’s work for others. It’s a blessing we share with others and a longing within each of our hearts. Scripture is filled with the stories of peace and justice and UCC Kids Adventure Camp is the perfect place to share these stories. Peace isn’t always easy, but it’s always worth the effort because we know that peace works! Preschoolers will meet in our preschool classrooms, while K-3rd grades will be outdoors.

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Chi-Rho Service/Learning Trip (6th-8th Grade)

Chi Rho (6th-8th grade) | Oklahoma City | July 5-9 | $150.00 deposit due at registration.

This year’s Chi-Rho Service/Learning Trip will be to Oklahoma City, OK. We’ll be serving at a local service agency and a congregation that care for the poor and homeless. We will be staying at a Disciples church just outside of OKC, and each evening we’ll spend time exploring the city, including a minor league baseball game, a visit to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, and more. Once our work is done, we’ll celebrate our efforts by spending a day of play at Riversport OKC!

Cost: $350

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CYF Service/Learning Trip (9th-12th Grade)

CYF (9th-12th grade) | Jefferson City, TN | July 16 – 23 | $250.00 deposit due at registration.

This Summer our high school Service/Learning trip will take us to Jefferson City, TN where we’ll work with the Appalachian Ministries of the Smokies! AMS is a ministry that is connected to Carson-Newman University that does home repair construction, has a food pantry, clothing ministry and a local shelter. The Home Repair ministry serves families living in substandard conditions and focuses on focuses on exterior needs of homes that are in need of handicap accessible ramps, decking, roofing, and painting.

We’ll be staying on the campus of Carson-Newman, living in the dorms.

After our work is done, we’ll spend the night in Nashville and experience some of the local flair like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Civil Rights Walk, and hopefully catch some live music!

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