Hosted by the Ellicott City church, the Revelation Project aims to make the book of Revelation accessible to younger audiences.
Eighty children participated in the first week of FLAG (Fun Learning About God) Camp which was held at the Mt. Aetna Camp and Retreat Center (Hagerstown, Md.) from June 14 to 18.
FLAG Camp is a five-day ministry program for children ages 5 to 15 that brings worship, arts and crafts, sports and a daily field trip to churches throughout the Chesapeake Conference.
“Our campers had a blast learning about God while enjoying a mixture of recreational activities,” says Carl Rodriguez, youth director for Chesapeake Conference. “We decided to have a one-week day camp at the Retreat Center & Mt. Aetna Adventist school to benefit from facilities afforded to us. The pool, craft building, meeting halls, gym, archery and other amenities helped us to provide a well-rounded program.”
Upcoming FLAG Camp locations include the MOT (Townsend, Del.) church, Park (Salisbury, Md.) church, Grasonville (Md.) church, Washington-Spencerville Korean (Silver Spring, Md.) church, Cambridge (Md.) church, Waldorf (Md.) church and Catoctin View (Thurmont, Md.) church.