Kids4Peace Interfaith Day Camp 2017 May 1, 2017 Relationships Kids4Peace Cincinnati is pleased to announce the Second Annual Kids4Peace (K4P) Interfaith Day Camp July 31 to August 3, 2017. Camp will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The program is open to current 6, 7, and 8th graders, based on the 2016-1017 school year. Kids4Peace is an international interfaith youth movement that began in Jerusalem 14 years ago. Kids4Peace Cincinnati is proud to be one of eight American cities that sponsor local and regional camping experiences. We are one of the first to begin the day camp experience for local children. K4P’s mission is “to build interfaith communities that embody a culture of peace and empower movement of change.” Click here to download a flyer Organizational values include: DIVERSITY in family background, political perspective and religious practice EQUALITY among women and men, religions and cultures SENSITIVITY toward the pain, struggle and risk of living together SPIRITUALITY as a source of strength, courage and wisdom CONNECTIVITY across our global community RESPECT for the beliefs, and choices of others, including those most different Join us for this exciting opportunity to meet new friends, learn about other religions and cultures and make a difference in your community through a fun-filled curriculum that combines significant dialogue with games, art, music, sports and food. Your experience will take place in a variety of interesting locations: Monday, July 31 Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati 8092 Plantation Dr., West Chester Tuesday, August 1 St. Barnabas Episcopal Church 10345 Montgomery Rd., Montgomery OH Wednesday, August 2 Adath-Israel Congregation 3201 Galbraith Rd., Cincinnati Thursday, August 3 A day dedicated to community service, begin at the Clifton Mosque 3668 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati Camp Director Natalie Shribman is a rabbinical student at Cincinnati’s Hebrew Union College. She has extensive experience working within a variety of camps, and has worked directly with religious youth and family educators. You can contact Natalie at email@example.com with any questions. Registration is now open through www.k4p.org, or from our Kids4Peace: Cincinnati Facebook page. Tuition is $150 per student. Monies are also available for scholarships as needed. Judy A. Chamberlain, RN, MSN, is the Chapter Lead for Kids4Peace Cincinnati. She is a member of Christ Church Cathedral and can also be contacted for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org.