Grade 9 - 10
16th - 19th January 2018
A week like no other, a week without distractions, a week with the sun beaming down your sun screened face whilst you’re splashing around with all your mates + making new mates and having the greatest time of your life!
Creating memories that will last a lifetime… a week that will absolutely CHANGE YOUR LIFE… that’s right SUMMER CAMP 2018!!
This is perhaps one of our favourite weeks of the year. Over the years, thousands can testify to what God has done in their own life, families & schools at summer camps. What can usually take months or even years, God can do in a moment at summercamp.
Young people will have the opportunity through bible based messages from our youth pastors to discover and learn values about identity, friendships, life choices, positive relationships, learning to get back up from setbacks and so much more.
We do whatever we can to encourage and empower young people to make right decisions in life that will help cause them to live out their God given purpose and calling. All in all having copious amounts of fun and laughter involving water sports, tribal challenges, dj’s, and some incredible songs from our youth ministry!
A one week drug & alcohol free camp run by Hillsong Church C/o Hillsong Youth with paid medical & security teams on site.
Grades 9 to 10 in 2018
Tuesday 16th January to
Friday 19th January 2018
Myuna Bay Sport Centre
(Myuna Bay, NSW)
Early Bird (until 3rd Dec): $279
Regular (4th Dec - 16th Jan): $309
These bus trips are included in the cost of the camp.
GREATER WEST CAMPUS
Departure: Tuesday, 16th Jan 2018, 6.00am Check In @ Greater West Campus (Building BB, Western Sydney University Werrington North, Great Western Hwy, Werrington NSW 2747)
Return: Friday, 19th Jan 2018, 4.30pm @ Greater West Campus (Building BB, Western Sydney University Werrington North, Great Western Hwy, Werrington NSW 2747)
Departure: Tuesday, 16th Jan 2018, 8.15am Check In @ Hills Campus (1-5 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills)
Return: Friday, 19th Jan 2018, 4.30pm @ Hills Campus (1-5 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills)
Departure: Tuesday, 16th Jan 2018, 8.15am Check In @City Campus (188 Young Street, Waterloo)
Return: Friday, 19th Jan 2018, 4.00pm @ City Campus (188 Young Street, Waterloo)
SOUTH WEST CAMPUS
Departure: Tuesday, 16th Jan 2018, 8.15am Check In @ Southwest Campus (5 Watsford Road Campbelltown)
Return: Friday, 19th Jan 2018, 4.30pm @ Southwest Campus (5 Watsford Road Campbelltown)
Drop off at campsite
Registration Includes: All travel, accommodation, cost per person of campsite & food for the week
This will take place at your local campus (refer to Travel Details for location & times). You will receive your armband & bag tag upon check-in.
*E-Tickets will be resent within 24hours of your departure
WHAT TO BRING
· OUTDOOR TENT (We recommend sharing with your RDG)
· Enough clothes for 4 days (remember you are at a youth camp)
· 1 pair you don’t mind destroying
· Towel · Toiletries · Copy of Medicare Card
· Matt or Air-Mattress · Sleeping Bag · Pillow
· Boardies ·Swimwear · Hat · Sunscreen
· BIBLE · Notepad · Spending Money – $30 max
WHAT NOT TO BRING
We recommend that you do not bring valuables to camp. Any valuables brought will be the responsibility of the student who brings them.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner is provided within this cost, along with a light morning tea & supper each day. Students are welcome to bring snacks with them.
This is a Drug & Alcohol Free Camp.
We have ensured volunteer venue control around the campsite throughout the duration of the camp.
If your teenager is found to have broken one of our camp rules outlined at the commencement of camp, our Youth staff & team may require you to come & collect your teenager from the campsite.
All of our leaders & workers are required to have an Australian approved WWC clearance check, in addition to a leadership interview before being a part of our camps.
All armbands will be collected on the morning of camp at the campus the student is departing from.
They can bring their medication to camp & drop it to the pastoral care team on arrival at the campsite (they will receive instructions during the first ‘welcome to camp’ meeting.
Where possible it would be great to include a step by step of how to administer it / how often it should be administered.
If your teenager has an RDG leader, it would be great to also touch base with them so they are aware of their need.
This should be included within your registration under the ‘medical conditions’ field.
· Sleeping arrangements: These are gender allocated, however within that they can choose to sleep in the same tents as their peers.
· Tribes: They can hang with their peers no matter what tribe they are a part of
· Activities: They can hang with their friends for afternoon activities no matter what tribe they are a part of
Phone our church office (P: 1300 53 53 53) & ask to speak to the age-group pastor at your closest campus. We will attempt to have one of our teams make contact with the you to assist in making a connection
· SMALL GROUP TIME
· MORNING RALLY
· MORNING TEA
· SECOND MORNING RALLY
· AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES: SWIMMING / SLIDES / HANGTIME / CHILL / SPORTS ETC
· NIGHT RALLY
· NIGHT ACTIVITIES [Optional participation]
You can edit it yourself via your confirmation email that you would have received upon registering
For more information, please contact our Youth Offices.
1300 53 53 53