Frequently Asked Questions

Kids Camp

Kids Camp will be an evening camp at Christ’s Church of the Valley's Peoria Campus in Peoria, AZ.

  • Games
  • Worship
  • Small Group
  • Teaching
  • Dinner

We have 6 kids assigned per coach

The majority of our camp coaches are parents and CCV Kids Coaches who have gone through our thorough background check and screening process.

You will see a place on the registration form to list your child’s friend. We do everything possible to accommodate placing them in the same group as we understand the importance of experiencing camp with friends.

  • Athletic attire
  • Closed toed shoes
  • A hat and sunscreen
  • Modest swimsuit (No two pieces)
  • Bible, notebook, and pen
  • Spending money

We will have trained medical personnel with us at camp. All prescription medications and over-the-counter medications are to be checked in with the nurse the morning of camp. Please do not pack medication with your child.

The Chef at CCV follows proper protocol for food handling and preparation for any type of food allergy. Please be sure to list all food allergies when you register your child. Those allergies are sent to the Chef so he or she can prepare the menu for camp. The meals planned to accommodate the food allergies are like what other campers are having. At mealtimes your child will go to a separate line in the Cafe to receive their meal.

Special Needs Camp

Kids and adults 4 years and older with developmental disabilities.

Because we have a limited number of spots available, we limit registrations to only kids and adults with developmental disabilities.

Yes, we encourage our attendees to invite friends.

Special Needs Camp is hosted at our Avondale, Chandler, Midtown, Peoria, and Surprise campuses. All campuses are invited to attend.

Jr High Camp

UCYC (United Christian Youth Camp) is located in Prescott, AZ. To get an idea of what camp and UCYC look like, please check out their web page at UCYC.com.

  • Breakfast
  • AM large group experience
  • Small Groups
  • Competitions
  • Lunch
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Dinner
  • PM large group experience
  • Small Groups
  • Lights out

We have 10 students assigned per adult coach, male coaches with guys groups, and female coaches with girls groups. Your student will do everything with their assigned coach and their group.

The coaches that we take to camp are the coaches that students see on the weekends during services. Our coaches have gone through our thorough background check and screening process.

  • Athletic attire
  • Light jacket or sweatshirt
  • Long pants
  • Closed toed shoes
  • A hat and sunscreen
  • Modest swimsuit (No two pieces)
  • Sleeping bag and pillow
  • Toiletries
  • Flashlight
  • Bible, notebook, and pen
  • Spending money for the snack bar (optional)

We will have trained medical personnel with us at camp. All prescription medications and over-the-counter medications are to be checked in with the nurse the morning of camp. Please do not pack medication with your child.

The chef at UCYC follows proper protocol for food handling and preparation for any type of food allergy. Please be sure to list all food allergies when you register your child. Those allergies are sent to the chef so he can prepare the menu for the week of camp. The meals planned to accommodate the food allergies are similar to what other campers are having. At meal times, your child will go to a separate line in the dining hall to receive their meal.

High School Camp

HS Camp is hosted at Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff, AZ.

  • Breakfast
  • Morning Session (Morning message, Worship)
  • Team Time (Small group time)
  • Lunch
  • Free Time (coffee & food options, team competitions, sport tournaments, hang-out environments & elective classes))
  • Dinner
  • Night Session
  • Late Night Snacks

We have a ratio of 2 coaches per 15 students, male coaches with guys groups, and female coaches with girls groups.

The coaches that we take to camp are the coaches that students see on the weekends during services. Our coaches have gone through our thorough background check and screening process.

Your child is responsible for keeping up with any daily medication that they may need to take. We will have trained medical personnel with us at camp 24 hours a day if there is any emergency of any kind.

The Chef at NAU follows proper protocol for food handling and preparation for any type of food allergy. Please be sure to list all food allergies when you register your student. Those allergies are sent to the Chef so they can prepare the menu for the week of camp. The meals planned to accommodate the food allergies are similar to what other campers are having. The meals are served buffet style and every entree is clearly marked with allergen ingredients. There is also a separate line where students can receive their allergen free meal if what is on the buffet line does not meet their dietary requirement.