Youth Sports ~ Spring 2019


girls kingdom volleyball league

Registration is still open for all girls in 4th-8th grades.   Learn more and register at


Grab your friends and join the fun!  Open to all children Pre-K through 5th grade.   Details and registration:


Summer Camps for Children 2019

camp chapelwood

Registration will open on March 1st for this favorite Memorial-area summer camp.  Learn more at

Camps after vacation bible school

A variety of camps will be offered after Vacation Bible School ("VBS"), June 3rd-6th.  Cooking, Art, Dance and more.  Check back soon for details on each camp.


We will also offer camps after Chapelwood School's Kaleidoscope Camp, including Tumbling/Gymnastics, Spanish and more.  Details coming soon.


Week-long summer camp for children, July 29-August 2.  Stay tuned for more details.

Special Events for Families


Join the Scouts of Troop 641 on Tuesday, March 5th for the annual Pancake Supper.  Find out more at

Adult Health & Fitness

holy yoga

Experience Christ-centered yoga.  Three classes offered each week.  Contact Tammi Blalack at 713-939-7419.


Ladies Stretch meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 a.m. in the Courtyard Room.  There is no fee.  Contact Barbara Weber at 713-468-2359.


Learn how to save a life by taking CPR.  Classes are taught by Junior League volunteers on Monday evenings in Williams 101.  Register at


Details coming soon.

Gym Hours & Availability

Reservations are required to use the Chapelwood Gym.  Contact Cason Sicking, Recreation Director at


Susan Agnew

Ministry Assistant, Recreation and Sports

Susan Agnew

Ministry Assistant, Recreation and Sports

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Joanne Buchwald

Motor Teacher, Chapelwood School / Director, Camp Chapelwood

Joanne Buchwald

Motor Teacher, Chapelwood School / Director, Camp Chapelwood

P: (713) 354-4460

When I wear my Sensory Motor Teacher Hat, I challenge children with motor activities that provide experiences that help their bodies develop while sharpening their perception skills and maturing their neurological systems.  Some of the life skills learned in motor class are listening skills, thinking skills, self-control and social growth.

My favorite summer activity

Working at Camp Chapelwood.  As Director this requires me to create and implement programs for elementary age students to learn new skills, develop new interests and develop spiritual awareness.  The best part of this position is that we have a reunion with former students.

My favorite hobbies

Gardening, cooking and reading.

I think children are the happiest when . . .

They are allowed to be active. They learn best when they are doing!

If I could be anyone for a day, I would be . . .

My granddog Bella. She gets to eat, sleep, swim in the lake and play ball all day and have people loving her hourly.

My worst place to be stuck

In a snowstorm in Colorado.  I backed out of a driveway and could not see the dam that was made by a snowplow. I was not even able to open my car door.

My favorite childhood memory

I was an only child so my favorite childhood memories were when I went to friends’ houses and we played board games.

My favorite children’s book

The Little Engine that Could.

The best part of my job

Watching children grow from the seeds planted in preschool, elementary, high school and sometimes college to responsible young adults.

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Cason Sicking

Director of Recreation and Mercy Street Student Ministry

Cason Sicking

Director of Recreation and Mercy Street Student Ministry

P: (713) 354-4416

I plan and execute all youth and adult sports and exercise classes for families in the Spring Branch/Memorial area. Using sports to minister and build relationships with people of all ages.

Something on my bucket list:

Visiting every major league baseball park in America.

My favorite summer activity:

Relaxing by the pool!

My favorite hobbies:

Watching football and collecting football memorabilia is one of my favorite hobbies. Almost anything sports related!

My favorite food:


My favorite scripture:

“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for his friends” - John 15:13

The worst place I could get stuck:

The mall or anywhere crowded with people!

What I listen to while I drive:

Podcasts and sports radio

The best part of my job:

The relationships that are formed with youth and their parents is the most rewarding part of my job! Seeing the development of Christian values and leadership skills that are learned through athletics endeavors is so fun!

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