June 27-29, 2022
For three days, our dynamic kids conference will help your child discover God’s Word in an exciting and unforgettable way! Each day, they will learn a key biblical point that is reinforced with a Bible story made just for them. Summer Blast is free and open for all children from ages 6-11 years!
If you have any questions about registration, please contact our Registration team. Please note, not all campuses will host Summer Blast.
Interested In Serving?
We would love for you to join us as a leader on the Summer Blast Dream Team. Adults, High School students, and Middle School students can serve during Summer Blast. Students under 16 years of age must serve alongside a parent or guardian.
Registration for Dream Team open May 15.
*Schedule is subject to change.
Monday – Wednesday / June 27 – 29, 2022
How old does my child need to be to attend Summer Blast?
Summer Blast is for all children ages 6 – 11 years age.
What do I do to check-in when I arrive with my child?
We will begin checking children in at 6:30 PM each day. At that time your child will be taken to the designated seating area for his/her group to meet your child’s group leader. It is not necessary to bring your online confirmation form with you.
Can my child be in the same group as their friends?
Yes; please contact the ICC Kids team for assistance with your request. You can also plan to meet with the parent of your child’s friend the first evening and go through the designated Check-In desk together in order for your children to be in the same group. Communicate to the Check-In team that you request your child to be in the same group.
Can my child just meet me outside at the end of the night?
You must come pick your child up in the auditorium at 9:00 PM each day. You must present your child’s claim ticket to the check-in team and they will bring your child to you. If you have designated someone else to pick up your child, they will need to present the child’s claim ticket.
Will childcare be provided before or after Summer Blast?
Childcare will not be provided before or after Summer Blast unless you are serving with us. Auditorium doors open at 6:30 PM each evening, and the program will end each day at 9:00 PM. Please be prompt when picking up your child.
Will dinner or snacks be served during Summer Blast?
Snacks will be served each day. Dinner will not be provided. If your child has a food allergy, you will be given the option to indicate their allergy during the registration process.
What age can my child be a leader?
Children entering 9th grade and up can serve at Summer Blast. Your child must be 16 years or older in order to lead a small group. Children who currently serve as a JV Dream Team Leader will be required to serve with their parent.
My child has an Epi Pen. How should we send it to Summer Blast?
Please send your child’s Epi Pen in a plastic zip top bag with their first and last name and allergen written on it to the first day of Summer Blast. Please give the Epi Pen to your child’s group leader when you drop your child off for the day. Their group leader will keep the Epi Pen with them at all times.
My child has a rescue inhaler. How should we send it to Summer Blast?
Please send your child’s rescue inhaler (and spacer, if needed) in a plastic zip top bag with their first and last name written on it to the first day of Summer Blast. Please give the rescue inhaler to your child’s group leader when you drop your child off for the day. Their group leader will keep the inhaler with them at all times.
My child has a food allergy. What should we do?
We want to support your family with excellence at Summer Blast and want you to help us decide what your child can safely eat. During registration, you will be given the option to indicate that your child has a food allergy. After completing your registration, you will receive an email two weeks prior to Summer Blast to let know you what snacks will be served each day. This email will also contain instructions on how to send approved snacks to Summer Blast with your child if needed.
Will you be able to administer any medication to my child during Summer Blast?
Thank you for understanding that we will not be able to administer any over the counter or prescription medications during Summer Blast, except in the case of an Epi Pen or a rescue inhaler because these are lifesaving medications.
My child needs special accommodations during Summer Blast. What is available for them?
At Summer Blast we are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment that allows all children to access worship and ministry. If your child needs special accommodations during Summer Blast, please contact us us for more information.