Monday, August 7, 6:30 PM
Overview: The greatest week of the year for kids in K-5th grade. WOW Week mixes outrageous fun, dynamic Bible teaching, high energy worship, hilarious skits, incredible games, and scrumptious snacks in a large group and small group format. Simply put, it is a game changer and a momentum builder in your child’s spiritual journey. Wow Week is such an amazing experience for kids that we had to create a word to describe it: FUNtastic!
Who: kids entering K-5th Grade
When: August 7-11 from 6:30-9:00pm
Cost: includes t-shirt, games, snacks, prizes, crafts, administrative costs, and a buffet of fun.
Regular Rate …………….June 3 – July 9 @ $40
Late Rate ………………..July 10 – August 3 @ $50
*Deadline to register is Thursday, August 3
Don’t want your kids to be the only ones having all the fun? Sign up to be a Wow Week volunteer. We also have special volunteer opportunities for students in 6th-12th grade. Join the volunteer team today. Get your fun face ready!
Time Commitment: All volunteer positions require a time commitment of Monday – Friday from 6:00-9:00pm unless stated otherwise.
Training: All volunteers are asked to attend the Wow Week volunteer orientation and training on Saturday, August 5 from 6:30-7:30pm. Childcare is available for the training upon request.
Positions: Our Kids Ministry staff will train all volunteers and place them in the best position to suit each volunteer’s requested position and the position of greatest need. Some positions have a limited capacity.
Small Group Teacher – facilitate small group activities with each small group of kids that rotates through the small group room. The purpose of small groups is to creatively underscore and apply the biblical truth learned in large group. Met Kids will supply all small group activities and materials.
Spirit Leader – the primary leader and guardian for a small group of kids. The spirit leader relationally connects with his/her group of kids throughout the entire week by leading them from one station to the other. Energy, enthusiasm and a love for kids are the touchstones of a spirit leader.
Recreation Team – organize and facilitate the indoor and outdoor games/activities for each group that rotates through the recreation station. Recreation activities will include: jump houses, relay races, ball sports, service projects, water games, etc. Met Kids will supply all the materials, activities, and schedule.
Craft Team – Organize, explain, and facilitate the daily craft for each group of kids rotating through the craft room. Met Kids will supply all the materials and instructions for each craft.
Tech Team – (Must be a current volunteer on the tech team) Facilitate the technical elements of the large group programs. The time commitment for the tech team is Mon.-Thurs. from 4:00-9:00pm.
Medical and Safety – (Must be a current volunteer on the medical/safety team) Partner with the Met Church staff and security detail to ensure the safety of all kids on campus as well as to administer first aid for minor injuries.
*Students in 6th-12th grade are invited to serve exclusively on the craft and recreation teams as well as assistant spirit leaders.