LifeSports Camps

Our camps are filling up fast and there are only a few spots remaining in some of them. If you go to register and notice the camp is full, email Yvonne yvonne.aschemann@vcgurnee.org to be put on a waiting list.


  • July 13-17  &  July 20-24
  • 9:30am-5pm
  • $50/camp
  • $25/mini-camp
  • If necessary, payments are fully refundable

Register OnlinE

Registration Form & Waiver
LifeSports Camp Brochure


Registration, Health & Safety Info
Camp Info
Maps - Week 1


There’s something for everyone age 3-15 years! Campers can try a new sport/activity, get some exercise, or further develop fundamental skills. All this in an encouraging, God-honoring, and fun group setting!
 
LifeSports Camps at Village Church of Gurnee provide many options for memorable fun and quality instruction with caring, friendly, and professional staff! Campers are divided into groups based on age and ability. Indoor activities are planned for bad weather.

It is our goal to make camp as normal and fun as possible while adopting extra health precautions and modifications to provide a more comfortable and safe place for both staff and campers.

Pre-packaged snacks, extra sanitizing, more small group times, wellness checks, advanced registration, minimal equipment sharing plus curbside drop off and pick up are some of the new safeguards. Each camper and staff member will also get a LifeSports bandana for facial protection to use when needed.

All campers need to bring a backpack containing a water bottle, beach towel, lunch if applicable, individual hand sanitizer, and any equipment listed for specific camp.

Campers who stay for consecutive afternoon sessions will be supervised during the transition time at no extra cost. To stay through lunch, there is an additional sign-up & supervision cost. This is ONLY available for campers staying for the next session.

Camp T-shirts are available for $10 (optional)


NOTE: With regard to Covid-19 pandemic, LifeSports is implementing extra precautions based on recommendations from both the IDPH and CDC to promote the health and safety of LifeSports campers and staff.