Cheyenne Mobile Camp

Music Camp is coming to Cheyenne, Wyoming!

When and Where

May 18-21, 2023

North Christian Church
2015 Tranquility Rd
Cheyenne, WY 82009

Who

Children (7-12) & Adults (13+)

The community is welcome to attend evening sessions.

Final Program

Sunday, May 21 @ 3:30PM

Registration will open February 15!

Click the button to register.

Meet the 3 C’s of your learning experience:

Classes. Choirs. Chapel.

Biblical Challenge. Musical understanding. Choral training.

Classes

Rudiments

Rudiments 1: Notation – a study of the elements of basic notation, simple time signatures, note and rest values, and accidentals.
Rudiments 2:
Scales & Keys – a study of major scales, major key signatures, and compound time signatures. If you sign up for Rudiments 2, you will receive a placement test to make sure you are in the right class.

Sight Singing

Sight Singing aims to help you read new music. Students learn various tips to help in sight reading, and have opportunities to practice skills through class exercises.

Sight-Singing is divided into Levels 12. You should choose the Sight Singing level that corresponds to your Rudiments class level. If at camp you find this is too high or low for you, you can switch classes.

Congregational Workshops

These workshops involve practicing singing skills as a congregation. They will strengthen your congregation’s singing ability while introducing important musical concepts and hymn book skills that will help grow your church singing. All students will attend congregational workshops, which are also open to the public.

Leading Congregational Worship

This class examines essential components of leading congregational worship. It teaches practices of song leading and an understanding of leading in worship. Things you may learn are how to plan your worship, communicate musical ideas clearly, and use your hymnal. As this class specifically trains congregational leaders, it is open only to men.

Leading Group Singing

This course is an introduction to basic elements of leading group singing. It provides a foundation and skills development applicable to both congregational song leading and choral conducting, while highlighting some uniqueness of both. Students will learn to lead with clarity, interpretive sensitivity, and appropriate command. Participants will conduct hymnbook-level music in class for instructor and peer review. Both men and women are welcome.


Join the choir and experience the joy of singing in a group.
Students say it’s their favorite part of camp! Choir is a fun way to put the things you’re learning in class into practice.

Adult Mass Choir

Children’s Choir 

Choir

Chapel

 

In chapel we explore God, music, and worship. We consider how the Bible teaches us to think about the questions surrounding music and worship, and how to respond to God in love and obedience.

These sessions are open to the public – all are welcome!

Thursday-Friday, May 18-19 @ 6:30 PM

Dress Code

For Classes:
MEN.
Please wear full-button shirts, tails tucked in. Keep hair neatly trimmed.

WOMEN. Wear loose-fitting dresses or dressy tops and skirts (no slits, please) with sleeve lengths at least halfway between shoulder and elbow and skirt length below knees. Necklines should be near the base of your neck. Cover your hair with your church-prescribed veiling.

CHILDREN. Please follow adult dress code as closely as is reasonable. Do not wear t-shirts with logos or writing, please.

Program Attire:

WOMEN:
-Black dresses (jumpers, vest dresses, cape dresses, etc.) Only black on black, no pinstripes or print of a different color. Blouses can be white or black.
-Black closed-toe shoes
MEN:
-Black dress pants
-White long-sleeved dress shirt
-Black shoes

FAQ

What ages can come to camp?

Children’s Camp: ages 7-12

Adult Camp: ages 13-113

Mobile Camps are for the entire church body, young and old, at any level of experience.

How much does camp cost?

Full-Time Adults – $150

Part-Time Adults (only one class or choir) – $100

Children (ages 7-12) – $75

What meals are provided at camp?

Lunches and suppers will be provided.

How will I pay for camp?

You will pay right away in the application with credit/debit card, or bring a check to the first day of classes.

Can I get a refund?

In the event of a cancellation, 10% of your tuition fee will be retained to help with the cost of processing your application.

Is any lodging provided?

Lodging is provided for out-of-the-area people.

Lodging Coordinator: Katie Johnson katiekeeperathome@gmail.com, 307-286-1863

Is childcare available?

Childcare is available for children under age 7 whose parents are full-time students.

For children and youth (ages 7-12) who are students at camp & their parents are also full-time students, supervision is offered from 8:15AM – 2:00PM.

All children will be the responsibility of the parent after 5:15PM.

Contact

Questions? Need more information? Please contact:

Jacinda Eveleth
livingforjesus1994@gmail.com
307-701-6597

Student Learning Files

Closing Program

The two choirs will present the pieces they’ve learned. 

Location: TBD

When: Sunday, May 21 @ 3:30 PM

Meet Your Instructors

Dwilyn Beiler

Dwilyn Beiler

Paradise, PA

Dwilyn has taught music for more than 30 years at Faith Mennonite High School, Linville Hill Christian School, and Fairhaven Christian School. He received a degree in music education from Millersville University and a master’s degree in Christian School Administration from Grace College. Currently, Dwilyn drives a delivery truck for Gap Power Rental Company in Gap, PA. He continues to direct Gap Male Chorus (a 40-voice men’s choir which has been singing every year since 1922) as well as Men With A Song which has its roots at music camp. Dwilyn and his wife, Bertie, live on a small farm with 2,000 pigs and a few cats. Their five grown children are active in church and ministry in the Lancaster area. Along with choral conducting and playing the accordian, Dwilyn enjoys the outdoors–hunting, hiking, caring for fruit trees and spending time with family at a mountain cabin. He and his family attend Life Mennonite Fellowship, Willow Street, PA.

Lloyd Kauffman

Lloyd Kauffman

West Jefferson, OH

Lloyd has been a music instructor at Sarasota Christian School (Florida), Rosedale Bible Institute (Ohio) and Daystar University (Nairobi, Kenya). He holds a BA in Music Education (Eastern Mennonite College), and an MA in Music Education with a choral conducting / vocal concentration (Ohio State University). He directed the Rosedale Chorale and other community and touring choirs during his active teaching years, served as an itinerant music resource among Mennonite churches in Germany, and directed the Hope Singers (Poland) from 2004-2018. He continues periodic musical activity with teaching, choral events, and composition, and has an ongoing passion for significant congregational worship and singing. He is self-employed as a choral arranger and composer (lillychapelpress.com), painter, handyman and commercial driver. Lloyd enjoys a variety of historic and international music, private aviation, motorcycling, mechanical tinkering, travel, and continues seeking an accurate working definition of "retirement". He is married to Mary (Slabaugh), formerly from Hartville, OH.

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