Our theme this year will be "Shipwrecked!"

We are very excited for this summer!

At day camp here are a couple of things you can expect your children to be doing!

  • Crafts

    Every day all our kids will make a new unique craft that they can take home. We believe in being very artistic here at ICC, and we want to bring out the inner artist in each of your kids!! 


    Being active is a given for a kid, and is a very important part of their day! We have some great outdoor and indoor games planned! Whether it be soccer baseball out in the field, or a relay inside the gym, you can be sure the kids will have lots of time to spend all their energy running and playing!

  • Story time

    Each day the kids will listen and take part in an interactive story told by one of our amazing leaders! These stories are based on ones we read about in the bible, all about Paul's journeys. Kids will have a blast dressing up, and acting out some of these awesome stories!


    At the end of every day the kids will watch a movie trailer or video that was created throughout the day starring  the kids! These trailers can be taken home at the end of the week if you want them!


    From great snack time to open and closing session, you can be sure that the 3 hours your children are at camp are PACKED with loads of fun and excitement! Sign Up today!!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why are there no full-day camps at Innisfil Community Church this past summer?

Full day Summer Camps were not held at Innisfil Community Church this past summer due to the decision of the Federal Government to restrict summer job funding to only those who sign the government stated "attestation."

It appears that only non-profit groups that hold the same views as the government on matters of abortion and sexual moral norms are eligible. The government  essentially told us that we must accept its "values" in order to qualify for funding.

We believe that a religious group holding an opinion different than the governments should never be reason enough for government refusal of government benefits. Many religious groups - particularly Catholic and evangelical organizations, but also Muslim, Jewish, Sikh and other denominations - said they could not in good conscience sign the attestation.

Innisfil Community Church did however offer two separate half-day camps this past summer run by volunteers in place of the regular full day camps once offered.

More camps will take place this coming summer

What is the cost of the camps?

Each full week will cost $80 per child up to a maximum of $160 per family.

Each half day camp wil cost $40 per child up to a maximum of $80 per family.

What is the age range?

JK - Grade 6

How can I pay?

You can pay at the church via cash, cheque, visa, mastercard or debit! 

We also accept e-transfer via email.

What can I expect my child(ren) to be doing?

Our camps have a variety of fun activities for your children! From sing and play time in opening session, to fun games, stories, crafts, and much much more! Over the course of the next few months we will be posting some examples of what your kids will be doing!