June 14 - 18 9am - 11:30am

Held at Lancaster County Park

 Summer Kids’ Choral Camp is a half-day camp for children who want to explore and develop their musical voice in a fun choir setting. Sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster, the camp makes use of the rich traditions of sacred music to teach skills for choral singing. Choristers will sing in a variety of musical styles, hear performances by local musicians, experiment with a variety of instruments, engage in dramatic play and movement, and have fun meeting new friends. This outdoor camp complies with safety standards for vocal musical performance. Masks are required. Camp includes a take-home bagged lunch daily.


$100 donation requested - registration and payment HERE

For questions and information please contact 

Katie Sina Kindig  

Director of Children's Ministry 

FPC Kids' Choral Camp Staff

All staff in the FPC Kids’ Choir Camp program have full, current child protection clearances.

Choral Camp Director, Katie Sina Kindig holds a BFA in Music Theater from Shenandoah Conservatory and University. She has performed professionally in New York City, national tours, in regional theatre and locally at the Fulton Theatre. Some of her favorite roles performed there include Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!, along with many Zany Characters in the Family series shows. She teaches camps and classes through the Fulton Acadamy, choreographs the shows at Lancaster Mennonite High School, and teaches yoga and dance in the area. She began role of Director of Children's Ministry at FPC three years ago and she's very grateful to be a part of the FPC kid's choral camp for her third year!

Jonathan Shoff earned his bachelor's degree in music education from Millersville University with a concentration in piano and a minor in voice. He also holds a Master of Music from West Chester University. Jonathan teaches elementary school music in the School District of Lancaster. He accompanies the Mennonite Children's Choir of Lancaster, and serves as artistic director for the Music for Everyone Lancaster Community Chorus.

Mark Williams recently retired after thirty-six years as a public school educator and has over 40 years of service as choir director in churches in Lancaster. He served as High School Choral Director and Music Department Chairman for the Pequea Valley School District and was Adjunct Professor at Millersville University. Mark has a BS degree in Music Education from Millersville University and Master of Music in Conducting from Penn State.

Stephan L. Englehart is a 2014 graduate of Lebanon Valley College and holds degrees in both Music Education and Music with a vocal concentration. He has also completed his Level 1 Kodály Certification at Westminster Choir College. Stephan teaches in the Warwick School District, and serves as Kissel Hill Elementary's K-6 Music Teacher, 5 & 6 Grade Chorus Director, Kissel Hill Elementary musical co-director, and the Middle School Choral Ensemble Director. Stephan loves singing in the chancel choir, directing the handbell choir, and being involved in all types of music here at FPC Lancaster!