Are you ready for the best summer ever? In June 2023, Traders Point Kids is taking current 2nd through 5th graders (2022-2023 school year) to SpringHill Camp in Seymour, Indiana. Kids camp includes three nights and four days of an overnight camp experience.

With questions about Kids Camp, please email us at

Camp registration is now closed 

Serve at Summer Camp

This includes transportation to and from SpringHill Camp, three meals per day, housing for four days and three nights, and all camp-related programming and activities. 

Here’s a breakdown of when payments are due: 

First deposit: $100 (Non-refundable deposit due at registration)

Second deposit: $100 

Non-refundable deposit due by Friday, 3/31 

Remaining balance due by Sunday, 5/21 

We don’t want finances to be a barrier for anyone who wants to come to Kids camp. Scholarships are available based on need and availability. For more information on how to apply, email  

Kids will experience large-group and small-group environments in which they will receive Gospel-centered teaching content. Our intentional environments provide formal and informal learning times, are centered on God's character, and are rooted in discipleship and developing Biblical literacy.  

This year’s teaching theme is entitled “Masterpiece”. The theme Bible verse for Kids Camp will be Ephesians 2:10, which says, “For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” 

Check out this video to get a high-level overview of the teaching content.  

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Wonder what camp will be like each day?

Here's an example of a daily schedule. Note that activities will vary by day, and meal times will vary by grade.

7:15 AM Wake Up

8 AM Breakfast

8:45 AM Morning Devotional

9:30 AM Activity 1

10:30 AM Large Group

11:30 AM Small Group

12:30 PM Lunch

1:15 PM Rest & Swim Prep

2 PM Make A Difference Project

3:30 PM Snacks

4 PM Activity 2

5 PM Dinner

5:45 PM Activity 3

6:30 PM Small Group Activity

7:30 PM Evening Worship

8:30 PM Small Group

9 PM Campfire

9:45 PM Get ready for bed

10 PM Lights out

We believe kids thrive in a consistent environment. During the week of Kids camp, everyone will be in a consistent group where they can build friendships and discuss their learning. Small Groups are anywhere from six to twelve kids and are led by leaders who have gone through the Traders Point Kids onboarding process, which includes a background check, staff interview, orientation, and training. There will be a minimum of two leaders for every Small Group.  

There is no cost for leaders to serve at Kids Camp. If you’d like to learn more about leading at Kids Camp, email 

Cabins at SpringHill primarily consist of open-room bunk beds typically housing 10-16 people. The cabins are air-conditioned. All housing will consist of individuals of the same biological sex. 

There is an opportunity to request specific friends or leaders on the registration – this is the only place requests will be made. We’ll do our very best to ensure each student gets at least one of their requests. Due to the volume of participants, once assignments have been made, there will be no changes.  

We will take charter buses (with bathrooms) to and from SpringHill. Buses will depart from and return to Traders Point Christian Church Northwest. 

6590 S. Indianapolis Rd., Whitestown, IN, 46075 

Check-in: 9 am, Monday, June 5 

Return: NOON, Thursday, June 8 

There will be a brief (approx. 30 minutes) presentation of the staff and campers before parent pick-up begins. We’d love for you to join us as we recap our fantastic week!  

Parent pick up will take place around 12:30 pm.  

Equipment and Activity Safety 

Each activity area (e.g., anything that includes water or a harness) during the summer has a highly trained leadership staff member (or two) who is responsible for a specific activity area. This is almost always an experienced staff member whose primary responsibility is to, not run the activity, but oversee the staff and equipment in their area. They are directly observing staff in their interaction with campers, their proficiency in running their activities and conducting debriefs, keeping track of equipment use and pulling any worn equipment from service, and conducting in-services with their staff in all areas where they see more education would benefit. These leadership staff have assistant activity directors they can call on for support or questions, as well as the activity director. 

All water activities will require a lifejacket (provided by the camp) and will be supervised by lifeguards. 

In addition to our leadership staff, safety checks on camp include: 

High adventure activities are inspected annually by Experiential Systems Incorporated (ESI), an independent, certified, high adventure vendor member. Visit the ESI website at 

The activity director personally conducts all the High Adventure training according to current ACCT standards. Visit the ACCT website at 

All buildings are swept frequently for potential safety and security issues. 

Personal Safety 

In order to protect children, our safety policy prohibits any leader from being alone in a private location with a camper. If a camper needs to return to their cabin for a sweatshirt, for example, a staff member will never do this alone with the camper—they will get another staff person to accompany them. If a one-on-one conversation is necessary between a staff member and a camper, it will always be in view of other people. 

We exist to remove unnecessary barriers that keep kids from Jesus. It’s our goal to make sure every child feels welcome and included in every aspect of Kids Camp. If there’s anything we can do to serve your family – including providing 1:1 care for your child (at no additional cost) – please let us know by emailing  

Every camper needs to fill out two forms. These required forms are due by Sunday, May 21. 

After submitting registration, you will be immediately redirected to complete a parent/guardian permission + medical release form.

Complete the SpringHill Camp Waiver  

We recommend two bags only: a suitcase for clothing and a large duffel bag for a sleeping bag and pillow. No loose items, please. 

Pack together with your child. This allows your child to know where everything is and to develop a sense of responsibility. 

Bring any medications in their original packaging and check them in with a staff member during child drop-off. Please do not pack medications in your child’s luggage! 

Identification tags on your bags is recommended and should include: Child’s name, home address, parent's cell number, and email. It is also a good idea to place an identification tag inside your bags. 

We recommend labeling all items with your child’s name. 

Clothing for four days, including: 
  • Long sleeve and short sleeve t-shirts, shorts, and pants 
  • A couple outfits that can be get/dirty (just in case!) 
  • Pajamas, underwear, socks 
  • Jacket or sweatshirt, hat, raincoat, or poncho 
  • Appropriate swimwear/cover up 
  • Two pairs of shoes (one pair closed-toe) 
  • Extra trash bags for dirty laundry 
  • Sleeping bag and pillow 
  • Towels and washcloths 
  • Toiletries (e.g. shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.) 
  • Place toiletries in a type of plastic bag or kit that makes it easy to travel to the showers. This also reduces the chance of spilling. 
  • Bug spray, spray sunscreen, hand sanitizer 
  • Water bottle 
  • Bible, pen and notebook 
  • Money to purchase SpringHill merchandise (optional) 
Do not bring: 
  • Electronic devices (e.g. cell phones, iPods, gaming devices, etc.) 
  • Disposable Cameras
  • Any medication that is not provided to the medical staff 
  • Non-prescription or over-the-counter medications 
  • Food or snacks 
  • Valuables 
  • Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc. 
  • Weapons of any kind