SBCkids Pro D Day Camps

Welcome to our SBCkids Pro D Day Camps!


Sometimes schools are closed but work isn’t. SBC offers Pro D Day camp for Kids in Kindergarten – Grade 5. Together we will create-explore-play. SBC hires High School students to run our Day camps.

Bree Young (Pastor of Children & Families, Bachelor of Education) oversees our camps. Our highest priority is the safety of your children. All our SBCkids staff and volunteers are screened and Plan to Protect trained. Subsidies are available if needed. Contact

Commonly Asked Day Camp Questions

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Don’t be sad, if the days your child wants to attend is full, you can email with your child’s name, age and dates you are requesting. This will put you on the waitlist. If a spot becomes available, an email will be sent to you. If you want the spot reply by email. We will respond and the spot will be yours as soon as payment is received.

Parents/Guardians may request to withdraw their child from a camp by advising SBC by phone, email or in person. A full refund will be issued if the request to withdraw is made at least ten business days before the camp start date. Please note – statutory holidays are not considered a business day.

No refund is provided after the camp start date unless there are extenuating circumstances. In such cases a written request for refund or a credit toward another camp, accompanied by appropriate documentation (i.e., medical note).

No refund is provided for days missed or forgotten camps.

Refunds will be paid by cheque and mailed to the parent/guardian.

Payment for camp is required with registration. Spot are reserved when payment has been received.

If you register online, you can pay with a credit card or your PayPal account. You can pay by e-transfer, sent to You can pay using cash, or cheque at the church office. Office hours are 8:30-4pm (Monday-Friday).

Do you offer subsidies for low-income families?
Yes, we do. Email to apply.

SBCkids camp expects all kids to behave in a kind and respectful way towards other campers, leaders, equipment, and camp facilities. Parents will be notified if their child’s behavior is inappropriate. If the inappropriate behaviour continues, SBCkids Camp reserves the right to remove the child from camp, without a refund.

We do our best to keep an eye on all situations, but if you hear of something happening at camp, please contact

If your child will be absent, please notify SBCkids camp staff by calling or emailing ( It is the parent’s responsibility to make sure that their child gets signed in at the beginning of camp. You will not be notified if your child is absent from the program.

Parents will be notified if the Camp leader feels it is necessary for the camper to be picked up early due to illness or injury. Many staff are CPR and First Aid certified. In the event a significant injury or illness occurs, camp staff will contact medical services and the parent/guardian.

**Please Note** If a camper is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, the parent will be contacted and the camper will need to be immediately picked up.

Anywhere from 20-30 campers per day.

1 Highschooler to no more than 7 kids. There are 4 high school leaders leading the camp. Bree Young (Pastor of Children and Families, Bachelor of Education) oversees the high School leader.

All items left behind at camp are laid out daily for campers to look through the next day. Parents are also welcomed to email or come by during operating hours to check the Lost and Found themselves. (8:30am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday) At the end of summer, all unclaimed items are disposed of or donated to a local charity.

We take the safety of the children and leaders at SBC very seriously. Every SBCkids leader goes through a screening process. This process involves:

  1. Police record Check

  2. Plan to Protect Training (teaches safe practice policies, procedures, and abuse awareness)

  3. Face to face interview with Staff member and reference checks

  4. Work Safe training

  5. Phase training (teaching about the developmental age of the kids they are caring for)

  6. Basic CPR training