Sunday Worship (School Year)
9:30-10:30AM Traditional | 11:00AM-12:00PM Contemporary
Sunday Worship (Summer)
10:00-11:00AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31st)

CAMP STAFF

Mindy Flick & Leah Wooden | Camp Co-Directors

Mindy & Leah

Mindy has been on staff at ECC as Director of Early Childhood Ministries since 2014, overseeing programming for children 5 and under and helping with camp. An early childhood educator who taught Pre-K for 14 years, she also had a three-year stint as the director of a preschool in northern Indiana. She studied Elementary Education at Bethel College in Mishawaka, IN. Mindy and her husband, Kevin moved to Bloomington in 2009. They have two girls: Cora and Amelia. Mindy loves to cook, read, and plan fun surprises for her family. Contact Mindy at camps@eccbloomington.org.

Leah has been a Director of Children’s Ministry at ECC since 2014 and has done the camp gig alongside her husband Matt since they were married in 2002. She has her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from IU and currently teaches preschool with her Camp Co-Director and partner in crime, Mindy Flick. She and Matt have three kids: Ellie, Benny, and Rowan. When she’s not at camp, Leah loves to hike, eat, and adventure with her family. Contact Leah at camps@eccbloomington.org.

Matt Wooden | Worship Staff

Matt

Matt directed ECC Camps from to 2003 to 2018 and is now our resident storyteller. He holds a Master’s in Christian Studies from Trinity (wrote his thesis on running a camp!) and a Master’s in Education from Indiana University. Matt and his wife Leah have been married since 2002 and have three children: Ellie, Benny, and Rowan. When he’s not teaching at camp, Matt likes to be reading, writing, and eating. His day job is teaching fourth grade in Bloomington, Indiana.

David Maxson | Worship Staff

david

Being the son of legendary camp speaker Rick Maxson has not gone to the head of this impressive guy. After completing his undergrad degree in Communications, he performed charity work in New Orleans for a year, then earned his Master’s in Communications at Penn State University. He and his wife Amanda married in 2017 and have welcomed their first baby into the world. When he’s not with us at camp, David dresses up like a British chef, leads confused five-year-olds in parachute games, and polishes his contraband potato cannon. Wait, that’s what he does at camp… Outside of camp, we hear he’s a great guy, though.