Housekeeping Basics Kids will learn basic skills of Folding Clothes, Dusting/Sweeping, Bed Making and Dishwashing Cooking Basics Appetizers- Fruit Kabobs, Chips and salsa, Main Dish - Grilled Cheese, Pinwheel Sandwich, Dessert - Strawberry shortcake  Financial Peace Junior Kids will learn the importance of giving, saving and spending.  June 20th - June 22nd 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Ages 5 - 5th Cost: 20.00  Questions - Contact Miss Sandra at levelcreekkids@gmail.com

Housekeeping Basics

Kids will learn basic skills of Folding Clothes, Dusting/Sweeping, Bed Making and Dishwashing

Cooking Basics

Appetizers- Fruit Kabobs, Chips and salsa, Main Dish - Grilled Cheese, Pinwheel Sandwich, Dessert - Strawberry shortcake

 Financial Peace Junior

Kids will learn the importance of giving, saving and spending.

 June 20th - June 22nd

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Ages 5 - 5th

Cost: 20.00

 Questions - Contact Miss Sandra at levelcreekkids@gmail.com


Worship Arts Camp Ages 10-14 July 17-20, 10:00-2:30 p.m. Cost $50.00 per child $45.00 for additional sibling Each day will be filled with a time of worship and exploring the creative expressions that God has so richly blessed us with. Exploring Art: Barbara Mraz & Tricia Niblett Jewelry Making: Lisha Mendez & Dee Boyer Fabric Art: Carol Minehart & Kim Busby Food Art: Donna Malcom & Tracie Ginsberg

Worship Arts Camp

Ages 10-14

July 17-20, 10:00-2:30 p.m.

Cost $50.00 per child
$45.00 for additional sibling

Each day will be filled with a time of worship and exploring the creative expressions that God has so richly blessed us with.

Exploring Art: Barbara Mraz & Tricia Niblett
Jewelry Making: Lisha Mendez & Dee Boyer
Fabric Art: Carol Minehart & Kim Busby
Food Art: Donna Malcom & Tracie Ginsberg


Join us for Level Creek's "Hero Central" Vacation Bible School:

Four days of interactive, energizing fun as we discover our strength in God. Our campers will become Heroes and explore how to serve God and God’s mission for their lives. We can't wait to see you there!

July 10th - July 13th

9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Ages: 3 - rising 5th

Cost: 25.00    


Let’s have a playdate? Nursery Babies and Preschool Friends Settles Bridge Park 1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m. Every 2nd and 4th Sundays in June and July Fellowship and Popsicles

Let’s have a playdate?

Nursery Babies and Preschool Friends

Settles Bridge Park

1:00p.m. – 2:00p.m.

Every 2nd and 4th Sundays in June and July

Fellowship and Popsicles


4 Day Camp June 12th - 15th 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.               Ages: 3-6 $25.00 Register at www.lcumc.net  (registration opens April 15th) Questions - Contact Miss Sandra at levelcreekkids@gmail.com  

4 Day Camp

June 12th - 15th

9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.              

Ages: 3-6

$25.00

Register at www.lcumc.net  (registration opens April 15th)

Questions - Contact Miss Sandra at levelcreekkids@gmail.com

 


Let’s end the summer with a SPLASH! Join us for a great evening of fellowship and swimming. The River Club August 5, 2017

Let’s end the summer with a SPLASH!

Join us for a great evening of fellowship and swimming.

The River Club

August 5, 2017


Youth Tubing Trip May 31st Rising 6th—8th grade Location:  Helen, Georgia For more details please contact: Brendan Lynch, Director of Youth Ministry (678) 772-9551 cell or bkl1027@gmail.com    

Youth Tubing Trip

May 31st

Rising 6th—8th grade

Location:  Helen, Georgia

For more details please contact:

Brendan Lynch,

Director of Youth Ministry
(678) 772-9551 cell or bkl1027@gmail.com

 

 


   

 

 

Youth Mission Trip!! Are you in?

July 23 - 28
Permission form and payment due by April 30
Cost of the trip = $350

About Nashville

Nashville, fondly known as “Music City,” is known as a dream destination for many aspiring musicians and entertainers hoping to make it big in the business. As the second largest city in Tennessee and also home to icons such as the Grand Ole Opry, this is a place where traditional southern country simplicity meets urban culture. Popular attractions here include the Country Music Hall of Fame, Opryland Hotel, Music Row, The Hermitage (Andrew Jackson’s Home), and famous restaurants like Arnold’s and Pancake Pantry. But in the shadow of fame and the stage’s bright lights, this city struggles with problems of poverty, homelessness and racial tensions. In a community where many hope their dreams will come true, others have a hard time making ends meet.

Serving in Nashville

• Partner with local organizations to meet ongoing needs in the community.
• During the week, students may serve all or part of the week at a food shelf, clothing distribution center, soup kitchen, children’s program, or elderly care facilities.

sign up for the Youth Mission trip on the Youth page. Click the button below: