South Langley Kids

Press Play Camp


We’re turning up the volume at Kids Camp to remind each kid that they can have confidence because of Jesus. When kids begin to see themselves the same way that Jesus sees them, then real confidence begins to take root and grow.

Through Kids Camp this year kids will learn to have confidence because: they are known, they belong, they are forgiven, they can change, and they can make a difference.

Campers entering Kindergarten and exiting grade 5 are welcome to participate!

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Ways to pay!

$35 per child

Cheque made out to South Langley Church

Debit or Credit in person

Cash in person


Meet our Camp Staff


Julia Atkinson

Kids Camp Director

Julia Atkinson is a long time member at South Langley Church. She is currently serving in a short-term capacity as our Kids Camp director. Julia has a passion for teaching students of all abilities. She has experience working in the Surrey School District, supporting students with special needs.


Recently she became a teacher and has found her happy place in Kindergarten! Julia loves spending time outside, playing sports, hiking, singing, dancing and all things fun! "Julia can have fun in a paper bag" - Julia's Mother-in-law







Kids Camp Team

Bryan Penner looks after the Youth and Young Adults here at South Langley.

He loves Jesus, Jillian, playing music, listening to music, cars, motorcycles, and Nintendo.

Carissa Chmelyk is a creative artist with a strong desire to love and follow Jesus everyday.

She is fascinated by all art forms including, painting, photography and music. She loves gymnastics, Star Wars, and glitter.

Annika Giesbrecht has been involved in the Children's Ministry program at SLC for the for the last few years.

Annika's interests include spending time outdoors, photography, playing piano, and watching Marvel movies.

Meet the Intern!


Danika Gammie

Youth Summer Intern

Danika Gammie has been going to South Langley Church since she was five or six years old and has been volunteering since she was about 10 years old.

She is a musician and has been playing ukulele with the Langley Ukulele Association for more than 10 years. She is currently a criminology student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.