The wait is over! We are now accepting applications for LYP NZ 2018 at a new location of Eltham Christian Camp, which is located in New Plymouth. It is a beautiful spot that is located in a secluded part of the North Island. The site offers many exciting activities and facilities to its campers such as kayaking, a waterslide, a bonfire, basketball hoop, as well as natural beauty that will provide its takers with a pure New Zealand experience! Staff must arrive to the campsite on Sunday, January 7 by 3pm and campers are expected to arrive anytime after 2pm on Monday, January 8. Camp will officially commence on Tuesday morning, January 9. It will run through Wednesday, January 17. To obtain an application form, please request one from Mrs. Sandra Dady at email@example.com. We encourage you to do this immediately if you are genuinely interested in attending and request that you return it as soon as possible. Once we have processed your application, you can then plan out your transportation arrangements, which we would be happy to assist you with if needed. This promises to be a most memorable camp that will bring together LCG youth from many nations around the Australasian region. Get in fast and secure your spot!
Because so many applications have been received for staff positions at the Texas Teen Camp, we request that anyone wanting to be considered for a staff position sign up by Sunday, April 16. Anyone applying after this date will be accepted ONLY IF space is available. As the camp fills, camper applications will take priority over adding non-essential staff positions.
Campers: If you plan to be a camper at the Teen Camp in Texas this summer, it would be wise to apply now, to ensure that you can be considered for acceptance while space permits.
Over 250 have applied already—this will be a very BIG CAMP. Sign up now!
The LYP SA Adventure Camp 2017 kicked off on Friday afternoon, 17 March, with a total of 25 people in attendance at the Buffalo Gorge Campsite just outside Pretoria, South Africa. We started the camp with a fast on the Sabbath of 18 March and enjoyed Sabbath services in the “bush” and a Bible study.
The accommodation consisted of tents. Hot water for the showers had to be boiled in a donkey geyser (wood fired water heater). It was a good change from everyday life with all its luxuries.
Campers participated in a 20m abseil, rock climbing, horse riding, swimming, a 12km hike, tree and bird identification, table tennis, paintball, evening board games and plenty of fellowship. Many of the activities was a first for some and great memories and friendships were built during the four days of camp.
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