What is a 5-Day Club?
For five consecutive days, one hour and a half each day, children gather to hear Bible stories, sing songs, learn Bible verses, listen to a missionary story, and hear the Gospel clearly presented. They also learn biblical principles, moral values, character qualities, respect for authority.
Where are 5-Day Clubs held?
Anywhere there are children. Daycares, apartment complexes, community centers, homes, churches, parks, even under a shade tree!
Who conducts these Clubs?
Although any approved volunteer may lead a 5 Day Club, the majority of Clubs are conducted by students ages 15 through college age in our summer students ministry program called Christian Youth In Action (CYIA). If you have a student interested in learning to share their faith and looking for a summer adventure they will appreciate and remember the rest of their lives, find out more here.
How can I help?
You should contact your local CEF office for specifics but every location needs:
5 Day Clubs have been conducted in some of the most recognized areas throughout the state of South Carolina. Here are a few you may know within your own area:
South Carolina Statistics
Fun for a week. Lessons for a lifetime.
Daycare Director's View
The parents and children look forward to this every summer.Although most of the 5 Day Club workers are teens, they are so professional. They know what they are doing.
When I heard a group was coming to tell the children Bible stories I was thrilled. As a nurse, I'm not able to get (my son) to church like I would like. He really enjoyed it and I'm glad our center had the 5 Day Club!
I had a happy time. It was games and fun and stories. I got to win the game and we all got prizes! And God lives in heaven too!
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