Children's Amphitheater

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No mission could be more exciting or vital. GP4U and God is Awesome will be repeated often and loud in the Children's Amphitheater as the theme Discover God's Universe is unfolded and explored each day. In the evening the children will sing GP4U praises and meet Professor Megga-Noggin on an out-of-this-world adventure. God’s wonders will dazzle hearts and minds. Children love our special guests like the Reptile Man, Party Animals NW, and Rose City Astronomers. Earn the Adventurers Astronomy award and learn more about God’s awesome space!

Learn more about this year's theme, GP4U, and our mission project with Embrace Oregon.


Registration will be provided through KidCheck because nothing is more important to us than the safety and security of your child(ren). Please setup your free KidCheck account today!

Weekday Schedule

Morning Program

Wednesday, July 17 – Friday, July 19  |  10:30 am – 12 pm

Afternoon Program

Wednesday, July 17 – Friday, July 19  |  2:30 – 4 pm
Swimsuits, play clothes, and close-toed shoes are appropriate

Evening Program

Tuesday, July 16 – Friday, July 19  |  7 – 9 pm
Takes place in the outdoor amphitheater. Please dress accordingly.

For safety reasons, instruct your children where to meet you after their meetings.


Sandpiper and Children's Amphitheater activities are a choice of one or all of the following:

Comet Waterslide  |  Please wear close-toed shoes you don't mind getting wet—near Children's Amphitheater

Heavenly Hayride  |  Departs from Beaver Tent

Asteroid Alley Obstacle Course  |  Close-toed shoes required. Near Children's Amphitheater

Space Cave

Discovery Lab Arts & Crafts  |  Sand Piper Building

Please discuss with your child ahead of time which activities they will participate in so that you will know where they are during the afternoon.

Sabbath Schedule  |  July 20

Morning Program

9:30 – 12:15 pm

Afternoon Program

3 – 5 pm

Evening Program

7 – 9 pm
Evening program will begin at the Children's Amphitheater, but will end downstairs at the double doors of the Holden Center.