Teachers, coaches, and performers, thank you for being a part of Makers Camp 2018! We are pumped and excited for this arts intensive and we can’t wait to work along side you in serving and ministering to the youth through the arts. Below you can find resources to help you prepare your classroom and navigate the camp.

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We hope that this FAQ sheet will give some guidance during the camp. If you have any specific questions not listed below, please don’t hesitate to contact one of the staff. You can find contact information in the tabs on the left.

Teacher FAQ

What are the camp days?

Camp days are Tuesday June 12 – Friday June 15.

What are the camp times?

Teachers are required to arrive 8AM for set-up till 5:30.

Will there be a teacher training/orientation?

Yes! Teacher/Volunteer orientation is Monday, June 11th starting at 6:00 PM

What are the age ranges?

The age range for children is 4s & 5s, then 6-12 years old.

What are the individual day schedules?

Each morning we will begin our day with Fellowship and a short lesson with all of the youth. Then we will break out into individual classes. Each day is divided into four sessions with a lunch break in the middle. In the evening there will be special performances. You can find the full camp schedule in the tabs!

Where will I be teaching?

Most camp classes will take place in the ETCS school building. Some classes will take place in the outpost and 4s & 5s will be occupying the Fellowship Hall.

Will I be working with different children everyday?

Yes. You will get the opportunity to teach and build a strong foundation for the kids in your class through out all four days.

Will my children need to perform?

There will be an opportunity for the whole class to present what they have worked on through out the week.

What happens if one of my children is misbehaving or needs attention or ill?

Each classroom will have volunteers to whom you may ask for help with the child if the child needs more attention. If the child is being disruptive, ask the volunteer to take them out of the classroom and speak to the child one-on-one. If the child is ill, have your volunteer contact Justen Heron. You may also use the intercom system in your classroom?

What happens during lunch?

The volunteers will be able to assist the children in getting to and from lunch. The teachers will have an opportunity to fellowship and debrief in a separate area.

The camp takes place over four different days. For teachers, there will be an orientation day. Each evening there will be a special performance by the teachers along with a closing celebration.

*Monday, June 11th- Orientation 6:00 – 7:00 PM*


>>Tuesday – Friday <<

8:00 AM – 8:45 AM Prayer/Prep

8:45 AM – 9:00 AM Greet and Gather

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Worship & Vision Casting

9:30 AM- 10:40 AM Session I


10:50 AM – 12:00PM Session II

Noon – 1:00 Lunch

1:00PM – 2:30 PM Session III


2:40 PM – 4:00 PM Session IV

4:00 PM – 4:45 Evening Performances

4:45 PM – 5:00 Line up & Pick Up

A big part of teaching is preparation. We hope that this Lesson Plan template will help you in preparing for your class. Simply click on the link below to download!

Lesson Plan Template

Children’s Ministry

  • Children’s Director: Susie Williamson | (903) 757-7791 x 4300
  • Children’s Administration: Justen Heron | (903) 812-4993

Covenant Arts Ministry

  • Brad Fountain | (903) 261-3288 | bradf@wearencc.com
  • Kassi Fountain | (214) 356-1412 | kassif@wearencc.com
  • Sharina Wunderink | (508) 838-8391 | sharinaw@wearencc.com