“More Than” Sports Camps

Summer camps that are all about good sports, good times, and good news!

Online camp registration for summer 2018 is open!


Virtue Challenges

Each morning we start with the virtue of the day presented by fun characters, such as Papa G and Mobacca. Challenging lessons include teamwork, trust, integrity, sportsmanship, etc!


"Fun"damental Skills

We make sure to keep the “fun” in fundamentals. We not only teach the game and basic skills, but we teach it in a way that promotes a love of the sport and a desire to get better.


Snacks & Initiatives

During the middle of the camp day, we break for a snack and an initiative challenge to further reinforce the virtue of the day.  Trust falls, teams games and puzzle solving are part of the “More Than” experience.


Intentional Staff

Our staff is comprised of middle school, high school, and college students who have come through and experienced Skybacher Ministries firsthand. Now it is their turn to give back to others in the community!

2018 Camps



All camps are from 9a-12p on the dates indicated. Camps are open to students going into kindergarten through 7th grade for the 2017-2018 school year. No prior sports experience is needed for campers. Parents are invited to watch games on the last day of each week, as well as enjoy the closing program featuring unique coaches’ awards for each camper.

*All dates/locations for summer 2017 are tentative and subject to change at this time. Finalized schedule and locations will be announced in the spring. 


J-Mo’s Basketball Camp – Session 1

June 4- 7th

Freedom Area Middle School



Mobacca’s Soccer Camp – Session 1

June 11 – 15th

Green Valley Park



Flag Football Camp

June 18 – 22nd

Green Valley Park



Professor J’s Basketball Camp – Session 2

June 25 – 29th

Unionville United Methodist Church



Papa G’s Soccer Camp – Session 2

July  9 – 13th

Green Valley Park



All-star Playground Camp

July 16 – 19th

Green Valley Park


Interested in being a camp coach?

Each summer, we hire 12-15 coaches to be a part of “More Than” Sports Camps. Coaches can be anywhere from middle schoolers to college students looking for internships.