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American Heritage Girls, for girls in kindergarten through 18 years of age, is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country. We offer badge programs, service projects, leadership opportunities, and outdoor experiences. Girls are divided into five different program levels according to grade level.
AHG Troop Meetings
2th and 4th Mondays
September - May
Visit the troop website for more information and to register.Troop Website
At Orchard Hill, we practice both baptism and dedication for children. Parents can choose, based on your own theological conviction, whether to have your child baptized or dedicated.
Baptism for children is celebrated through sprinkling as a sign and seal of a Covenant Relationship, including the child in the Covenant Community of God. Baptism is a means of extending grace with the hope that saving faith will follow as the child grows and matures in their own relationship with God. Parents, family members, friends and the congregation make vows to raise the child until the day that the child can make his or her own profession of faith in Jesus Christ.
In Dedication, parents bring their children before the Lord as an act of worship and commitment – a time to publicly declare a desire to raise children in such a way that they come to a point of personal faith.
Children who are baptized or dedicated as infants or young children may choose, when they are older, to be baptized through the sacrament of Believer Baptism.Request More Information
This celebration is a child's first experience receiving communion as they remember Jesus Christ and His personal sacrifice for them. It is celebrated one time per calendar year and is open to children in second through fifth grade who attend Kidzburgh on a regular basis.
To prepare for this sacrament, Kidzburgh provides discussion tools that follow the Kidzburgh curriculum and make it easy for parents to engage with their child and be better able to determine if their child understands the salvation message and is prepared to receive their First Communion.
For more information, contact Emily.
Kids R.O.C.K. (Reaching Our Community With Kindness) is a serving opportunity for all Preschool - 5th grade Kidzburgh kids and their parents! Michelle Simon is the lead on this. Here, we will discover the importance of serving others and have fun doing projects that will benefit people in our community. Kids will learn that they can make a difference!
1st Thursday of every month*
*Please note: Kids R.O.C.K. will not meet July 6
Contact Michelle if you have any questions.Register
This unique summer day camp is offered to all kids entering first through sixth grade. For one incredible weeklong funfest, your child will be part of a team of ten to twelve kids of the same age and gender. Each team is cared for and mentored by two KidsFest leaders. These high school and college leaders have a love for kids and spend a week in training in preparation for their summer experience. In addition, hundreds of adult volunteers invest themselves to provide support and lead the individual KidsFest activities.
Each weekday morning and afternoon begins and ends at Club with all of the teams together in a Gym that has been transformed with lights, sound and stage. Club brings a high-energy experience led by the KidsFest Band, followed by a ridiculously fun and interactive skit led by comical characters that take them on a weeklong journey to creatively learn biblical principles. The day is filled with a variety of activities including paintball, archery, sports, water fun, crafts, Bible stories, 24' Climbing Wall, 30' Water Slide and much, much more.
Week 1: July 9-14
Week 2: July 16-21
Week 3: July 23-28
Kickoff: Sunday, 6:00 pm
Weekdays: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 3:30 pm
Early Drop-off Option: Monday - Friday, 8:30 - 10:00 am (additional fees apply)
Team Celebration: Sunday morning following the end of camp, 10:45 am