Tasmanian Easter Camp 2015, Green’s Beach
A great time of fellowshipping, being built up and de-stressing|away from the rigors of the world for the Easter break was enjoyed by the Tassie (and interstate saints) at our annual northern coast camp venue, Greens Beach Caravan Park.
Here Pastor Bruce is uplifting, encouraging and proclaiming from, and through, the Word of God to the brethren. Manna from heaven .
‘For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.’
What’s the only thing that can be better than being led in rousing song by a rejoicing chorus leader? TWO rejoicing chorus leaders!
Even the Sunday School got in on the evenings’ activities. Encouraging stuff.
‘Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.’ Prov. 22:6
A great testimony from a devoted sister. (The band, yet again, also produced wonderful musical overtones much to everyone’s delight. There’s a lot of years’ experience in them there performers folks).
Let the fun begin at The Amazing Beach Challenge! The good old Easter Egg search.
Luckily this one was within a confined space … look at all those kids (big and small) going for it. 🙂
‘A merry heart does good like a medicine’. Prov. 17:22
The corn hole boards were resurrected and proved a particularly challenging event as there
was a considerably strong crosswind component involved.
Two of Launceston’s finest judges assessed the efforts of participants at one of several stages of the event. Here, contestants had to nominate a hardy team member to ‘volunteer’ to consume a coloured, jelly-like concoction without flinching AND in total. Hmm . . . only for the brave or foolhardy. However, all teams managed (surprisingly!) to pass this level.
Six Cups participants. Time and great manual dexterity were of the essence in this event.
Contestants looking for suitably-sized rocks to build an ‘obelisk’ unto . . . well, unto whatever you wanted to really. As long as it stood one metre (minimum) in height.
The winning obelisk-building team with their beach-rock construction.
At the end of the day(s), it just wouldn’t be a gathering of the saints without a hearty feed, would it not?
And yet even more choruses around the campfire, last night at camp.
A brilliant way to reminisce the blessings of our Lord and God at a wonderful camp.
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