On July 21st, St. Peter’s Church, Canton held their third annual Lego Day Camp and kicked off Master Builders Camp. The Lego Day Camp was set for builders ages 5-10 to play games, create art, and experiment with lego bricks. While the Master Builders Camp, was more detailed in building creating challenges for kids ages 11-14.
The day kicked off with “super” speed at the Lego Day Camp: Super Hero Edition where record a number of builders gathered. Fr. Rob led the builders in a devotion based on Micah 6:8 and builders split into groups to begin their activities. After the closing ceremony, many builders and their families enjoyed lunch provided by St. Peter’s.
In the afternoon, Master Builders Camp kicked off with catapults and other activities. Builders were given certain perameters to build various creations, but ultimately had the freedom to design creations. The camp ended with an icy activity to unfreeze lego character parts and build as many characters as possible in 10 minutes. It was definitely fun and a great way to wrap up the day.
St. Peter’s was joined by volunteers from the Girl Scouts, The Salvation Army, and others. It’s through this community effort that has made Lego Day Camp such a success!
We are grateful to God for this ministry and the door it has opened to reach out to young and old in our community.