Tag: camps


31
Dec 2011

It’s hot, it’s 31 December, it’s new year’s eve at Halls Gap. Halls Gap is in Victoria, Australia, nestled in the spectacular Grampians – massive rock mountains and ancient lava flows. The usual quality of items (read into that what you like); good fun; plenty of fellowship and items. The night, compered by Steve (the Phantom) Milliken, was based on the theme: “masquerade”. Good to spend time together as we look forward to the new year. the masked lot at the Halls Gap camp   more items, some actually good  ...

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27
Dec 2011

Each year at Christmas time there are a number of camps held in the country over the Christmas week-end. There was a camp at Yawasoro near Wewak where 55 people were baptised in water and received the Holy Spirit. Well over 1000 people attended this camp with folk coming from all over the district. Pastor Edward reports of a great time of fellowship and closeness with all the brothers and sisters. A 2nd camp was held up in the Highlands in a place called Kuk, and at this camp, 17 people were......

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25
Dec 2011

Pottsville is the township on the Tweed Coast for Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sunshine Coast Christmas. This camp is an early start camp and has now been running for a week. As some leave after the first week others are just starting. The ministry has been set around the theme for camp – “Seek and Find”. Our New Year Eve theme was “Go Green” I find it amazing what people find in their accommodation to use for their costumes. Pastor Steve show his best on the Tennis court...

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10
Oct 2011

It’s the event of the year (followed closely by Christmas and birthdays) for anyone between the ages of 9 – 105 … That’s right! It’s Young Revivalist Camp! This year, around 120 kids descended upon Camp Weekaway, with the Seniors (yr 7 – 9 … and 10) hitting the ground running on Friday night … what better way to start your school holidays than 6ish days of brilliant talks, rousing chorus sessions, capsizing canoes, and the “Environment Game” (you all know what it’s really called …). The Graduation dinner is always a......

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28
Aug 2011

RCI people met for a long weekend at Scotts Head northern NSW for our annual surf camp. Music, meetings, surf, fun and games, BBQ’s etc. A great time, here are some photo’s:...

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31
Jul 2011

Suzi from Norwich reports: This year our summer camp was held at Valles in Italy. Valles is not far from the Austrian border, enclosed by mountains. We arrived in the afternoon, in time for supper. Four courses later and we were ready for fellowshipping and a quick service. At breakfast (the next morning), served with freshly made coffee and consisting of every imaginable breakfast food, from cereal and eggs to fresh juice and assorted breads, natural yoghurt and a choice of fruit juice. Every meal was well cooked and totally yummy. Whilst......

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31
Jul 2011

A great time of fellowship was had by all at the summer camp in Northern Italy. RCI assembly members from Italy, Germany, Poland, New Zealand, Australia and England all gathered together to share testimonies, fellowship and have fun. The summer camps are a great encouragement to the small assemblies providing opportunity to share news about new growth, outreach activities and serve as a reminder that we are all a part of a much bigger work. /wp-content/uploads/2011/10/italycamp01.jpg...

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05
Apr 2011

Auckland Easter camp has been held in the famous Waiwera township for the last few years. Waiwera is known for it’s hot pools, beach, surrounding bush walks and fishing. Being only 40 minutes drive North of central Auckland it’s very easy to get to for Aucklanders and vistors alike. Although its a small camp there are usually a great mix of saints from around Australia and New Zealand attending. 2011 was no exception with many out of towners making the journey to have fellowship with the Auckland saints. /wp-content/uploads/2011/10/005.jpg......

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01
Apr 2011

Folk from all over Australia have gathered in Sawtell for our Easter Camp. This camp attracts both young and old to great fellowship, ministry and entertainment. Situated in a humble old woolshed in the middle of a beautiful camping ground, the camp has been running for 16 years now. Day One – no rain By tomorrow it will be standing room only. Day 2 – perfect Day 3 – raining However the annual State of Origin football match was played in the rain and mud and won by Queensland. Day 4 –......

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