For its second year, Lipscomb Athletics Spiritual Formation is offering local six through 12-year-olds who desire to learn and play multiple sports in a positive, high energy environment, the opportunity to participate in the Nashville All-Sports camp, June 24-28. Sports featured in the camp include volleyball, soccer, flag-football, dodgeball, track and field and extreme games.
Led by Lipscomb student-athletes who have been chosen by their character, ability to teach, positive attitude and passion, the Nashville All-Sports camp will also feature intentional Bible curriculum where university student-athletes will encourage and care for each camper.
The Nashville All-Sports camp will be held at the McCadams Athletic Center, inside Lipscomb Academy’s Fieldhouse at 1027 Caldwell Lane. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. from June 24-27 and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on June 28. The cost of this camp is $200 per camper ($225 if registered after April 1) and includes lunch daily, camp t-shirt, team picture, and memories for a lifetime.
“After the success of last year’s camp, we are beyond excited to provide another opportunity for kids to experience the Gospel through athletics this summer,” said Chris Klotz, director of spiritual formation within Lipscomb Athletics. “Observing kids from all different backgrounds playing, laughing, building friendships, learning, and growing in their faith was so amazing, and we believe God is preparing big things for this summer. We are thrilled to host camp at such a prominent facility like the MAC, and are confident this will be a special week!”
Since 2017, Lipscomb Athletics has partnered with Carpenter’s Square to serve local refugee families and communities. Klotz says local families can also invest in Nashville’s refugee communities by funding a scholarship for refugee students to attend camp as well.
If you are interested in learning more about sending your child to camp, or would like to donate toward the scholarship fund, please contact Chris Klotz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Others Are Saying About All-Sports Camp:
“Last year our kiddos got to experience Lipscomb Athletics Spiritual Formation’s first ever All Sports Camp. They not only got to spend time with friends they’ve known for years, but they got to make new friends while learning about Jesus and playing a ton of fun games and activities. Parents, when this camp is offered in 2019, definitely plan on sending your kids to it!” –Mark Jent, parent of campers
“The girls had an amazing week at camp! They kept coming home wishing it were two weeks long. Not only did they get physically nourished with playing new games, but were more importantly spiritually nourished with Bible studies and listening to other people’s stories and learning how to live their greater story!” –Jenny Hunter, parent of campers
“Our six and eight year old boys loved every day of the All-Sports Camp last summer. They enjoyed the different sports, but the things they talked about the most were the new friends they made, their coaches, and the story of Scripture for the week. Thank you Lipscomb Athletics for their favorite camp ever!” –Sydney Clayton, parent of campers
“It was so great! They should add camping overnight, that way you never have to leave!” –Micah Clayton, camper