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Sports & Fitness

Posted on: July 3rd, 2023

Apply to be a Head or Assistant Coach for one of our youth sports leagues/programs: baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, girl’s volleyball, flag football, Crossover Basketball, travel basketball, and/or Shine Sports (special needs). Review your sport of interest at, or contact the appropriate league/program administrator for evaluation times with which you can help.

Posted on: March 20th, 2024

The Johnson Ferry Sports & Fitness Ministry is excited to launch its first Golf Camp in partnership with the Payne Stewart Kids Golf Foundation. This beginner golf camp uses specialized, age-appropriate golf learning equipment and multi-sport gear to provide various golf learning experiences. Camp is open to boys and girls ages 4-9 and costs $99 […]

Posted on: March 20th, 2024

We’ve got that Summer feeling because camp registration is open! Join the Johnson Ferry Sports & Fitness Ministry this summer for their annual sports camps to help your kids build skills, relationships, and have fun!

Posted on: April 17th, 2024

Apply to be a Buddy for SHINE Soccer, our adaptive league for players with special needs. SHINE Sports Buddies are individuals (adults and students) who work closely with our athletes during games. The buddy’s level of involvement depends on each player’s individual needs. Registration is now open for SHINE Soccer. This adaptive sports league has […]

Posted on: June 13th, 2024

Crossover Sports are recreational leagues meant to challenge players both spiritually and physically. These leagues are recreational in nature, with an emphasis on player development and understanding the game from a tactical and technical standpoint. Sign your child up for Football and/or Basketball today!

Posted on: July 10th, 2024

Upward Soccer, for boys and girls in K4- 6th grade, seeks to develop each participant’s self-esteem while teaching respect for authority, sportsmanship, character, and the fundamental skills of the game.