5-Day Club


5-Day Club is an FREE, exciting, fun-filled 90 minute Bible program held each day for five consecutive days for children between the aged of five and twelve, regardless of religious background. Parents are welcome to attend with their child.

The club includes: dynamic Bible lessons, creative learning activities, inspiring missionary story, meaningful songs, and life-changing Scripture memorization. Children learn biblical principles, moral values, character qualities, and respect for authority.

Where are 5-Day Clubs held?
Anywhere there are children. Daycares, apartment complexes, community centers, homes, churches, parks, even under a shade tree!
Who conducts these Clubs?
Although any trained and approved volunteer may lead a 5 Day Club, the majority of clubs are conducted by students ages 13 through college age in our summer students ministry program called Christian Youth In Action (CYIA). If you have a student interested in learning to share their faith and looking for a summer adventure they will appreciate and remember the rest of their lives, find out more here.
How can I host or help with a 5-Day Club?

Be sure to contact your local CEF chapter. Click here for more information.

To host a club:

  • Pray for the club!
  • Pass out invitations (that we provide) to children in your neighborhood.
  • Provide simple refreshments for the children who attend.

We do the rest, by sending a team of young people to lead, manage and teach the club. These summer missionaries have been trained at Christian Youth in Action and they do a great job!

To help at a club:

  • Host a club in your daycare, home, or other facility you have access to
  • Drive a ministry team to 5 Day Club locations
  • Help a teacher
  • Pray for a 5 Day Club

5-Day Clubs will begin June and run through Aug. 5th. We are already signing up host families! If you want information on hosting a 5-Day Club or on how your child can be a part of a 5-Day Club please your local chapter.

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