Adventure Week 2017


For 1st–6th Graders
July 10–14

At EvFree Fullerton


Do you have what it takes to be an agent of truth? If you are entering the 1st–6th grades this fall, we invite you to join our International Spy Academy.

Academy training includes:

  • Agents in action games
  • Classified Crafts
  • Mesmerizing missions lessons
  • Cracking memory verse codes
  • Top secret snacks and SO MUCH MORE!
  • All as we learn to be hot on the trail of the one true God!

*Online registration is now closed. Walk-up registration will be available starting at 8:20am the first day of Adventure Week, Monday, July 10.*


Parents, as you pull into the parking lot or structure we will have several helpful agents to guide you. Please make sure to follow their instructions to ensure a smooth traffic flow and the safety of all of our arriving agents.

Drop off procedure: Drop Off begins at 8:45am on both sides

Main Campus: (2801 Brea Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92835)
*1st–4th graders meet here.* Please park and walk with your agents to get them checked in with their counselors.

North Campus: (2904 Brea Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92835)
*5th & 6th graders meet here.* 
Please either park and walk your students into the lobby or drop them off directly in front of the lobby doors.

Pick up procedure: Pick up is at 12:30pm on both sides

Main Campus & North Campus:
All parents must come in and check in with the child's counselor before they will be dismissed. If you have children on both Main Campus and North Campus sides, please pick up younger children first.

Coffee & Conversation

Parents: After you drop your children off we invite you to join us on the plaza for free coffee, treats and conversation.

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Adventure Week Overview

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Missions Project

We will be raising money for World Vision's clean water project. Our goal is to raise $5,500, which will provide clean water for 110 people!

Music Links

Click here to listen to our Spy Academy songs via Spotify and here's the list below:

My God by Go Fish
Evidence of You by Yancy
This is Amazing Grace by Phil Wickham
This Little Light by Amber Sky Records
Walk By Faith by Amber Sky Records


Can my child bring a friend?

Yes! Children may invite a friend, just make sure that each child attending fills out a registration form. On the form there is a section where you can write the name of one friend to make sure they are placed in the same group. Note: children are grouped according to grade level.

What if my child has a food allergy?

If your child has a food allergy, please make sure you indicate the type of allergy on the registration form and we will make sure to notify their counselor.

What if I need to pick up my child early?

If you need to check your child out early, please check in with one of our help desk agents and they will assist you.

Is there any cost to Adventure Week?

No. Adventure Week is provided by our church and is free for all children.

What are the ages of children that can attend Adventure Week?

Adventure Week is for children going into the 1st through 6th grades in the fall. The 1st through 4th graders will be on the Main Campus (southwest corner of Rolling Hills and Brea Blvd), and the 5th & 6th graders will be across the street at our North Campus (northeast corner of Rolling Hills and Brea Blvd)

Is there a screening process for counselors?

Yes. All of our counselors are pre-screened and all counselors over the age of 18 must be fingerprinted.

Bullying Policy

EvFree Fullerton believes that all people have a right to a safe and healthy church experience. We will not tolerate any behavior that infringes on the safety or well being of others. One person or group of people shall not intimidate, harass, or bully another person or group with harmful intention whether in word or in action. This includes behavior such as hitting or shoving, verbal assaults, teasing or name-calling, social isolation, retaliation or manipulation. We prohibit harassment especially in regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation or disability. Staff who witness such acts should take immediate action to intervene in a non-physical capacity.


STEP 1: Verbal Warning — Appropriate staff will first intervene to stop bullying in progress. They will then talk to the child or children doing the bullying. This is not simply telling them what NOT to do and why. It is also intended to take the time to ask questions and understand what is motivating their behavior. They WILL be told that their behavior can be taken as bullying and that bullying will not be allowed to happen at Adventure Week.

STEP 2: Report to Lead Counselor — If the bullying is more serious in nature, or it continues after the initial incident and verbal warning, the staff person involved will report the incident to a lead counselor. The lead counselor will then talk to the child or children doing the bullying, as well as to the victim of the bullying. The lead counselor will assess the situation and attempt to reconcile the situation between the children involved. They will decide if one or more of the children would benefit from switching to a different group. If the incident is more serious in nature or has continued to happen after the initial verbal warning, the lead counselor will report the incident to the parents of the child who is doing the bullying.

STEP 3: Exclusion from Adventure Week — As a last resort, and only if the bullying continues to happen after the above mentioned steps have been taken, the child or children doing the bullying would be asked not to return for the remainder of the week. This step would be taken in order to protect the child or children who are being bullied.