The fun doesn't stop!
Whether kicking a soccer ball into the goal at our RTW sports event or running through obstacles at our Vacation Bible eXperience summer day-camp, we believe in creating fun experiences for kids through camps, day events, and family events that they will never forget! We treat our events like an extension of our Sunday morning or Wednesday nights, meaning that kids can expect a fun and engaging atmosphere while parents can relax knowing that their kids are in a safe and Christ-centered enviroment.
Vacation Bible eXperience
July 8th - 12th
$15 per kid
From 9:00 am - 12:00 pm every day, your child will experience engaging worship, in-depth scripture exploration, creative crafts, energizing games and water activities, deliciously themed snacks, and relational connection through small group engagement - all designed to bring your child closer to God and His plan for their life!
Register by June 23rd to ensure your child has their Power Up t-shirt and/or Power Up drawstring bag for the week of VBX! T-shirt sizes cannot be guaranteed after this date!
*Thank you for an amazing VBX! We'll see
you all next year for VBX 2020!
Run To Win Sports Camp
August 19th - 21st
From 10:00 am - 2:00 pm every day, Run To Win will be hosting flag football, soccer, cheer, and volleyball for ages 6 yrs - 14 yrs at Walter E. Hall park in Everett. Your kids will recieve excellent sports training and unforgettable fun all while hearing the Gospel and where their true worth is found!
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About Run To Win
Run To Win is a kid-centered sports ministry reaching out to the greater Puget Sound Area with a positive message of hope founded in the Christian faith. They share God’s love and His gospel with campers while offering an incredible sports experience for campers and coaches!
This year, Northview and Run To Win are partnering with Hand in Hand ministries, a non-profit located in Everett, WA whose mission within their community is to help restore hope to kids in crisis and offer a support system to strengthen families.