Middle school (current 6th-8th)

August 1-5th, M-F 9am-5pm

Save your spot today at k4p.org/cincycamp2022

Students will journey to a different location each day and learn about several different faith traditions & cultures including how people practice their faith as a Muslim, Jew, Christian, and Baha’í. Participants will learn about deep listening skills, how to create space for people of all identities, and so much more. Students will have the opportunity to grow their leadership skills. Then, they will have the opportunity to practice those skills beyond camp if they choose to join our on-going leadership team. Oh, and we will have tons of fun!

Week-Long | In-Person | 10am – 4pm
Grades 4-6 | July 18 – 22
Be a Good Relative to Each Other
and the Earth
Grades 10-12 | July 11 – 15
Creating Joy Under These Conditions
Tuition $249 | Scholarships Available!
Week-Long | In-Person | 10am – 4pm
Grades 4-6 | July 18 – 22
Be a Good Relative to Each Other
and the Earth
Grades 10-12 | July 11 – 15
Creating Joy Under These Conditions
Tuition $249 | Scholarships Available!

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

Join us on Sunday, February 6th as we host a private screening of the new film, Trust Me. The film chronicles those who purposely put out misinformation and those who are affected by it. It is a powerful film. We will watch it on February 6th, reflect on it, and regroup on March 6th for next steps. The screening in February will be a virtual experience. March 6th might be in-person. We will let you know.

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All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464