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All are welcome!!


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May 31st - June 25th


6:30 - 7:30 pm

Campers will learn to strum, play different styles, read cords, and have lots of fun with the guitar!               Cost, Free.    Limited spots are available. 

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May 31st - June 25th


5:30 - 6:20 pm

Campers will learn to strum, play different styles, read cords, and have lots of fun with the Ukelele!               Cost, Free.    Limited spots are available. 

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Girls (1st - 5th grade)


June 5th, June 12th,

June 19th, June 26th,

July 3rd, July 10th.

10:00 - 2:30 pm

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Have you HEARD about the Bible Belles? The mission, should it be accepted, is to join your fellow “Kingdom Belles” as we learn about prayer, patience, bravery, loyalty, and leadership from some of the Bibles first female heros; Hannah, Esther, Abigail, Ruth & Deborah.

Last year's Kingdom Belles will advance to learn about some of the more recent ringleaders. .

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Saturday, July 29th 

God has called us to care for his critters.

Learn how to provide basic health care for your pets at home and in wildlife emergencies!

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JULY 17th- 21st

6- 8:30pm

Monday through Friday

The Summer Camp started in 2018 with Rodrigo teaching young kids and
youth how to play the guitar. At the end of the camp, the students performed a
graduation recital open to the public during the Sunday Worship.


Rodrigo knew by that moment that he needed to work harder to get more sponsors on board in order to achieve the needs of the art program.
We all know the benefits of the arts such as enhancing motor skills, neural development, and problem-solving abilities. These can be used effectively to teach and understand other key subjects such as reading, writing, math, and science.

In 2019, supported by Cabell Huntington Hospital, Presbyterian Churches, and volunteers, the program grew bigger. Available for more kids and offered a variety of classes such as ukulele, soccer, and painting with the latter having a beautiful gallery exhibition after the program to guests.
The summer camps goal is to provide equal opportunity to our
Huntington community, exposing kids to the arts, creating happy memories as
Jesus taught us: With man this is impossible, but with God all things are
possible. Matthew 19:26


In 2020, unfortunately we did not have the opportunity to have in-person activities because of Covid-19. However, we used social medias to reach our community. Through our Youtube Channel kingdom kids;, our host Linda Brewster and friends read books for us!!
In 2020, Rodrigo decided to show his gratitude to God for all the blessings through this program. Therefore, he recorded a CD based on the Presbyterian hymnal book called “Glory To God”.  The goal of the CD is to raise funds to sponsor the Summer Camp 2021 at EPPC.

About Rodrigo Almeida:


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