FAQ - Frequently asked questions
Who’s this camp for?
This camp is aimed at anyone wanting to get away from the business of
the city over Easter.
However if you are registering for the Adventure camp you need to be
16 years + or be accompanied by a parent/caregiver
What time does it start and finish?
Camp begins on thursday the 13th of April, from 6pm onwards - you will need to provide your
own dinner on this night
Camp finishes Monday the 17th of April, 2pm
How will I get to camp?
It is your responsibility to arrange for your own transport. If you have any camp
related problems you can’t solve ring Kim van Rijn on (021) 0232 5592
Visitors at camp?
If you are expecting visitors, or have invited visitors to come out for the day,
and you would like them to stay for a meal, please pre book their meal so that we can cater for them appropriately.
Whats happening at camp?
The tentative programme at camp is roughly as follows (all going well):
At 9pm each day we have a shared supper and a close of day. Our days start
with breakfast at 8.30am and a thought for the day (except on Sunday when
we have a dawn service with breakfast afterwards at about 8am). On Good
Friday there will be a service in the morning and Activities/free time in the
afternoon. On Saturday we have a full day to fill with activities including a day walk for those keen, or a picnic somewhere. Sunday morning will see us
heading into Rangiora to join a church service there, afterwards we return for more whatever somewhere before dinner and an evening service. In the
evenings there will be opportunities to play games, watch a movie, catch up,
puzzle and read. It is hoped that you will come away from the camp relaxed,
invigorated, inspired and with a renewed sense of purpose.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions