Take vacation Bible school on the road with 5-Day Club! High quality teaching materials, action packed fun and loads of relationship building make 5-Day Club one of the most fruitful ministry events of the year.
Take your ministry to the kids; don’t wait for them to come to church. Think of the places where kids spend their time during the summer; community centers, daycares, parks and summer school. These are the places your church will want to minister through the 5-Day Club.
The 5-Day Club meets once a day for five days. Churches have had great success with choosing three locations in nearby neighborhoods to have a week of 5-Day Club. On the last day of the week they have a rally or special event at their church. The relationship building that has taken place all week long helps bring the children and their families to the church.
Evangelistic Bible lessons, high-energy games, meaningful songs are all part of what makes a 5-Day Club a memorable experience for the children and the volunteers!
Most churches send their mission-minded teens to Christian Youth In Action training where they learn to teach a Bible lesson, counsel a child for salvation, teach a missionary story and songs.
CEF will provide a strategic plan, training, materials, background screenings and coaching for your team. Contact us for more info.
5 Day Club
5-Day Club is an exciting, fun-filled two hours held each day for five consecutive days. It includes: dynamic Bible lessons, creative learning activities, inspiring missionary story, meaningful songs and life-changing Scripture memorization.
Who sponsors the club?
5-Day Club is sponsored by CEF , an international, Bible-centered organization, which has been in existence for over 75 years. CEF shares the Gospel with more than 19.9 million children each year.
Many times local churches co-sponsor the club as an effective outreach.
Who can attend?
5-Day Club is open to all boys and girls between the ages of five and twelve, regardless of religious background. Parents are welcome to attend the club with their child.
Who teaches the club?
Christians who are concerned for the spiritual well-being of children teach the club. These teachers have received specialized training from CEF and are carefully screened as required by the child protection policy of CEF.