CAMP 2023

Whether you have a preschooler, elementary-aged child, or student,
their age-appropriate summer camp at Rolling Hills will be an amazing experience of heartfelt worship, Biblical teaching, community-building, and FUN! 

Registration for all 2023 camps will open on Friday, November 25, 2022.
Which would you like to know more about?

WONDER CAMP CONNECT CAMP 4th & 5th AWAY CAMP STUDENT CAMP CAMP FAQ


WONDER CAMP

Session 1: JUNE 20–22, 2023 | Session 2: JUNE 27–29, 2023
8–11:30am, Daily

This summer, we're hosting a super fun, super exciting summer camp JUST for older preschoolers! We will be discovering that what we do can change the world around us, and we can share the love of Jesus with others. Did we mention FUN? Because these three days are sure to be packed full of it—music, crafts, recreation, yummy snacks, and more!
Spots are limited!
We ask that you sign up for only ONE session, so we can be sure all of our preschool friends have the opportunity to attend Wonder Camp! In the event that either session does not fill up, we will open it to those who wish to attend both sessions. Thanks for your cooperation.

**To attend Wonder Camp, preschoolers must be 3 years old on or before June 1, 2023**

WONDER CAMP INFO

Cost: $40/camper
Includes camp t-shirt, snacks, and activities.
When: Session 1: June 20–22, 2023; Session 2: June 27-29, 2023
Where: Franklin Campus (1810 Columbia Ave.)
For: 3-year-olds (by June 1, 2023) through completed Pre-K.

REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 REGISTER FOR SESSION 2

WONDER CAMP LEADERS NEEDED

Wonder Camp isn't possible without a crew of leaders. You'll have a blast as kids experience music, crafts, recreation, yummy snacks, and how to share the love of Jesus with the world around them!
SIGN UP TO SERVE


CONNECT CAMP

4 SESSIONS AVAILABLE OVER 3 WEEKS!

We are excited to announce that we will be partnering with Connect Ministries again for RH Kids' DAY CAMP 2023! 
We get that you want to give your kids a great summer, but finding high-quality, local activities that you and your kids both love is difficult. Connect Camps is a one-week, day camp for K-5th graders, filled with non-stop fun, engaging activities, daily faith-based lessons, and the chance to make lasting friendships. Your campers are sure to have an unbelievable week that they’ll never forget!





CONNECT CAMPS INFO

Cost: $325/session/camper ($225 for Session 4)
Includes camp t-shirt, snacks, and all activities.
For: Current (2021-22 school year) Kindergarten–5th Graders

REGISTER FOR FRANKLIN
REGISTER FOR NOLENSVILLE
REGISTER FOR NASHVILLE


*If you cancel your reservation more than 30 days prior to the camp start date, you will be refunded the total of all payments made minus the $50 non-refundable deposit. If you cancel your reservation less than 30 days prior to the camp start date, you will be refunded half the amount of payments made minus the $50 non-refundable deposit.*

Available Sessions

SESSION 1: June 19–23

WHERE: Franklin Campus (1810 columbia ave.)
when: 7:45am–4pm M–Th, 7:45am–12pm f
cost: $325/camper

At our Franklin Campus, campers get to to pick up to 6 different skills to learn during their week of camp! With options from soccer to dance, crafts to Man Cave, flag football to science lab (and MORE!) every camper can find an activity they'll love. Aftercare for Session 1 is available until 5pm. Contact Kenley Teige to sign up for aftercare.
REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 NOW


SESSION 2: June 26–30

WHERE: Franklin Campus (1810 columbia ave.)
when: 7:45am–4pm M–Th, 7:45am–12pm f
cost: $325/camper

At our Franklin Campus, campers get to to pick up to 6 different skills to learn during their week of camp! With options from soccer to dance, crafts to Man Cave, flag football to science lab (and MORE!) every camper can find an activity they'll love. Campers who are also attending Session 1 will have preference when picking skills, so they can participate in different activities during Session 2 if they wish. 
Aftercare for Session 2 is available until 5pm. Contact Kenley Teige to sign up for aftercare.
REGISTER FOR SESSION 2 NOW 


SESSION 3: June 26–30

WHERE: Nolensville Campus (7198 Nolensville Rd.)
when: 7:45am–4pm M–Th, 7:45am–12pm f
cost: $325/camper

At our Nolensville Campus, campers get to participate in 8 awesome skills throughout their week at camp! With activities ranging from archery to crafts, Game On to Epic Eats (and MORE!), every camper can find an activity they'll love.
REGISTER FOR SESSION 3 NOW


SESSION 4: July 3–7

WHERE: NASHville Campus (4300 park ave.)
when: 7:45am–5pm M–Th, 7:45am–12pm f
cost: $225/camper

At our Nashville Campus, campers get to participate in 8 awesome skills throughout their week at camp! With activities ranging from archery to crafts, Game On to Epic Eats (and MORE!), every camper can find an activity they'll love.
REGISTER FOR SESSION 4 NOW


What to Bring & What to Wear

Each day, your camper should:

  1. Bring a lunch—Connect Camp is a PEANUT FREE CAMP. Please do not send any items containing peanut butter with your camper.
  2. Wear sunscreen!
  3. Bring a water bottle AND a drink for lunch
  4. Wear closed-toe shoes
  5. Wear play/athletic clothes
DON'T FORGET TO LABEL EVERYTHING

Drop off & Pick up

Drop Off

Dropoff begins at 7:45am.
At the entrance of camp, you will find the nurse's station, where you can drop off any medication your camper may need during their days at camp. The Help Hub will also be located in this space. 
A little further down the hall, there will be stations where you will pick up your child's nametag. On Monday, nametags will be in alphabetical order. On Tuesday–Friday, nametags will be arranged by pack. 
Lunches will be dropped off by tribe. Please make sure your child's lunchbox and anything in it that is not disposable is LABELED. You'll drop your child off at an area called The Landing—this is where campers start their day, and its filled with games, an inflatable, face painting, and more! 

PICK UP

If your child is attending Sessions 1, 2, and 3, check out is promptly at 4pm.
Check out for Session 4 is promptly at 5pm.
Following the directions of the camp staff, you'll enter the camp worship space, look for the staffer wearing your camper's pack flag, and show them your pick up card (either the physical pickup card or a picture of it on your phone). Once they have confirmed that the code on your pickup card matches the one on your camper's nametag, you'll be able to leave with your camper. 
If you need to check your camper out early, you must do so by 45 minutes before the end of camp. Early checkout is not permitted in the last 45 minutes of the camp day. To check your child out early, visit the Help Hub. The camp staff there will locate your child during their day at camp and bring them to you.

Heat Advisory Plan

Summer in Tennessee comes with some HOT weather. Please know that your camper's health and safety is of the utmost importance to the Connect Camp staff and our Rolling Hills church staff. If the heat index is unsafe, all elements of camp will be moved indoors.
If the heat index is deemed safe, there will be outdoor elements of camp. This can include tribal challenge (recreation) for every camper and some skill tracks, which your camper may or may not be enrolled in. When outdoors, campers are offered and encouraged to drink water AT LEAST every twelve minutes. Additionally, we encourage each camper to pack a water bottle with ice and an additional drink to have with their lunch.

Connect Camp FAQs

WHAT TIME IS CAMP?

Sessions 1, 2, & 3: Monday–Thursday, 7:45am–4pm; Friday, 7:45am–12pm
Session 4 (Nashville): Monday–Thursday, 7:45am–5pm; Friday, 7:45am–12pm

MY CHILD HAS A SEVERE ALLERGY. HOW CAN I MAKE SURE THEY HAVE A SAFE WEEK AT CAMP?

Campers with food allergies are encouraged to bring their own appropriate snacks with them to camp. Details about allergies should have been included in your camper's registration, but please let us know the first morning of camp if your child has any specific allergies that camp leadership should be aware of.

MY CHILD NEEDS TO TAKE MEDICINE AT CAMP. WHAT DO I DO?

If your child needs specific daily medications, please bring them with you and visit the nurse's station with your camper the first morning of camp. We will have a medical professional on site who will store and distribute daily medications to ensure each camp participant's safety!

I NEED TO PICK MY CHILD UP EARLY. WHAT DO I DO?

If you need to check your camper out early, you must do so by 45 minutes before the end of camp. Early checkout is not permitted in the last 45 minutes of the camp day. To check your child out early, visit the Help Hub. The camp staff there will locate your child during their day at camp and bring them to you.

HOW CAN I LET YOU KNOW IT'S OK FOR ANOTHER ADULT TO PICK UP MY CHILD?

At registration, you gave us a list of safe adults who could pick up your child. If you are unsure of who you listed at registration, please reach out to Kenley Teige and a member of our Connect Camp team will get in touch with you.
Any adult picking up your camper must have their pick up card (either the physical pickup card or a picture of it on your phone). Your child cannot be released to any adult who does not have their pick up card.


4TH & 5TH GRADE AWAY CAMP

JULY 26–29, 2023

Current (2022-23 school year) 4th and 5th grade students are invited to join us for a week at The Crossings Kids Camp in Jonathan Creek, Kentucky. Kids will have the opportunity to worship, participate in small groups, and enjoy all the amazing activities camp has to offer—like zip lines, water slides, gaga ball, laser tag, and more. And as if camp wasn't already awesome enough, our Nashville Campus Pastor, Nic Allen, is camp pastor that week! <

AWAY CAMP INFO

Cost: $425/camper
Includes transportation to and from camp, camp t-shirt, and all meals, lodging, and activities.
When: July 26-29, 2023
For: Current (2022-23 school year) 4th & 5th Graders

REGISTER NOW!

The camp deposit is non-refundable.
In the event you must cancel your registration, a full refund of your registration fee minus the camp deposit will be given if requested before May 15, 2023.
If requested on or after May 15, 2023, a 50% refund (minus the camp deposit) will be issued.
No refunds will be available after June 30, 2023.
Thank you for your understanding
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BEACH WEEK

JUNE 12–16, 2023

RH Students BEACH WEEK will be June 12–16, 2023 and students DO NOT want to miss it! We will be going to Laguna Beach Christian Retreat in Panama City Beach, Florida again this year! Open to all CURRENT 6th–12th graders. 

BEACH WEEK INFO

Cost:
Includes transportation to and from camp, camp t-shirt, and all meals, lodging, and activities.
Extra Early Bird | $500 | through Dec. 31, 2022
Early Bird | $550 | Jan. 1–Mar. 31, 2023
Full Rate | $600 | April 1–May 17, 2023
For: Current (2022-23 school year) 6th–12th grade students

REGISTER NOW!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT JOHN JEDNEAK.

 

*In the event you must cancel your registration, a refund minus the camp deposit will be given if requested before May 17. If cancellation of your registration is requested on or after May 17, we will not be able to issue a refund. Thank you for your understanding.


BEACH WEEK LEADERS NEEDED

Student camp isn't possible without a crew of adults to chaperone and lead. What qualifies you as a camp counselor?
You must be willing to: 1) Pour into the lives of our students 2) Have fun 3) Possibly get messy

HOW OLD DO I HAVE TO BE TO VOLUNTEER? Camp leaders must have completed college or be a part of our summer internship program.
WHAT IF I'M NOT AVAILABLE FOR ALL OF CAMP? We ask that our leaders commit to being at camp the entire time.
WHAT IF I'M NOT CONFIDENT ABOUT TEACHING? Every leader WILL be in a teaching role, but will always be paired with another leader. If you have reservations about teaching, that's ok! We'd love to discuss that with you.

INTERESTED? EMAIL JENN HENDRICH.

CAMP FAQ's

What is the deadline to register for camp? Where can I register?

There is no deadline to register for Connect Camp.
The deadline to register for 4th & 5th Grade Away Camp is June 30, 2023.
The deadline to register for Student Camp is May 17, 2023.

WHAT DO I PACK? WHAT DO I NOT PACK?

Download the Parent Packet (coming soon). These packets will include a list of things we suggest you pack, and things we require you leave at home.

MY CHILD NEEDS TO TAKE MEDICINE AT CAMP. WHAT DO I DO?

We will have Tylenol, Ibuprofen, and a stocked First Aid kit on hand. If your child needs specific daily medications, please download the Kids or Student Camp Parent Packet for instructions on how to pack those medicines. We will have a medical professional on site who will store and distribute daily medications to ensure each camp participant's safety!

MY CHILD HAS A SEVERE ALLERGY. HOW CAN I MAKE SURE THEY HAVE A SAFE WEEK AT CAMP?

Campers with food allergies are encouraged to bring their own appropriate snacks with them to camp. Please let us know the morning of registration if your child has any specific allergies that camp leadership should be aware of.
*Parents of a participating child/student who needs an EpiPen at camp should provide that information on an index card turned in along with medicines at camp. The card should contain the child’s name and reason for the EpiPen. Specific details about carrying and administering the pen should be discussed prior to leaving for camp.