When: April 16-18, 2021
Where: Camp Don Lee
Cost: $110; Deposit: $40
Theme: Around the World in Three Days
Registration Deadline: March 28, 2021
Kaleidoscope is a weekend event held for middle schoolers (6th-8th grade) at Camp Don Lee, located just 30 minutes outside of New Bern. During this weekend together, we will gather for four worship services and dive into the four holy habits: prayer, worship, Bible study, and service.
The theme of Kaleidoscope 2021 is “Around the World in Three Days”, which focuses on being loved and accepted as a child of God (1 John 3:1-3). Let us praise God’s name with you in many tongues!
Overall Deans: Rev. Sarah Williams and Jacob Cobb
I currently serve as an Associate Pastor at First United Methodist Church in Morehead City where I have been for the past 5 years. I graduated Duke Divinity School in 2011 and live on the banks of North River in Beaufort with our 2 boys, 6 chickens and 2 dogs. My husband Gray Williams and I met at Camp Don Lee and our oldest son, Bradley, attended Camp Don Lee for the first time in the summer of 2019 as a third generation camper. I was first called into the ministry while working on summer staff at Camp Don Lee. We are passionate about camping and retreat ministry and each year, I look forward to KScope because I get a chance to share a place that I love best with amazing middle schoolers from across our conference. When we aren’t at church, we enjoy spending time on the water – fishing, boating and playing on the shore.
I am a member of Fletcher’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Durham. I graduated from Barton College with my degree Health and Physical in the fall of 2013. I have served as a public educator for 8 year, I teach Health and Physical Education and serve as the Athletic director for my school. Growing up I was a conference youth and attended all of the events such as Kaleidoscope, Breakaway and ACS. I am excited to serve in this role as Co-dean to help lead and guide a weekend of Christ’s love through the Holy Habits. I am also excited that this weekend takes place at Camp Don Lee where I was a camper as a youth and served on staff as an adult. I love the camp experience and getting away to a place of amazing beauty to experience God’s presence.