2017 Camp Read-A-Lot Celebration
What a great summer of ministry. Check out Faith’s Facebook page and website.
Thank you to all of our church and community partners for making this all
Stark Community Foundation SummerTime Kids Grant, North Canton Rotary,
Books in Memory of Flo Rankin by David Rankin and family and Faith UMC Giving Tree.
Click here to read an article about Camp Read-A-Lot!
Camp Read-A-Lot is a faith-based summer literacy program for kids entering grades K-3.
Summer is coming, and so is Faith United Methodist Church’s Summer Camp Read-A-Lot for kids! Students entering kindergarten through third grade are invited to the church on Thursdays for some fun activities designed to keep their reading skills sharp. They will read great stories and even get some books to take home and keep for their own. Dramatic play, games, art, and service projects will provide opportunities for the children to build their vocabularies and expand their comprehension. We’ll also work on sight words, fluency, letters, and sounds. The program is free and will be led by teachers and trained literacy volunteers.
Parents who are interested in this experience for their children should contact Faith United Methodist Church at 330-499-6040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to leave your name, address, email and phone number so that we can contact you with more information. Parents will then receive a letter with more details about the program and a registration form. To enroll your child, complete, sign and return the form to the church as soon as possible. Space in the program is limited, so call soon.
Looking forward to a summer filled with reading adventures,
Laura Luikart & Paulette Baker, Faith’s Camp Read-A-Lot Coordinators
Kathy Schmucker, Director of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation
Did You Know…
Join us this summer and make a difference for Jesus in the life of a child.
Contact Laura Luikart, Paulette Baker or Kathy Schmucker for more information.
Camp Read a Lot 2015
How Can You Help?
-Donations of children’s books, beginning readers, fleece for this year's service project, and monetary donations are much appreciated!
-Share your love for reading by serving as a volunteer during Faith's summer literacy program. Volunteers are needed to serve as mentors to read & play games with children, interact with parents, assist with setting up & cleaning up learning stations, and prayer partners. Training will be provided.
Camp Read A Lot 2017
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Camp Read-A-Lot 2013
Check out Photos BELOW from 2013 Camp Read-A-Lot!
Camp Read-A-Lot 2013 was made possible in part by a SummerTime Kids grant from the Stark Community Foundation and the generous contributions of members and friends of Faith United Methodist Church.
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