Dust off your Stetson, nd a plaid shirt and throw on your dancing boots. Its time for a good ol' hoedown dance party, yee-haw!
It’s back and better than ever. More talent, more games, and more laughs. Step aside Jimmy Fallon, let us show you how the Late Night Show is done - Easter Camp style.
Haere Mai! Come in and experience the awe and wonder of God through worship. Praise and moemiti of our God is a key part of Easter Camp culture. We have some great local musicians and worship leaders lined up to bring us into God’s presence at EC19.
We are going to have a cat party so bring your "cat" vibes and something to share. This is your chance to dress up as your fave feline for the most purrrfect party. There will be games, Yu Chen the DJ and Lamar will be bringing hors d'oeuvres - check out this video easter.camp/cats. Note: no real cats to be brought to Easter Camp ;)
This space is always beautiful and we are working hard on installations that enable you to sit, be still, reflect and have your hearts and imaginations captured by the Jesus story told through art and wonder.
With a combination of worship, speaking, performance and spoken word, the twice-daily main sessions are designed so that wherever you are at and however old you are, you can get heaps out of it. Our line-up of cool speakers will ensure something will hit you right in the heart and soul. These are held in the Main Auditorium.
In a large camp it is essential to keep close to your own youth community and so there will be ‘small group’ times after the main meetings where you meet together to discuss what God is doing. These are compulsory and will be organised by the leaders of your youth community.
This year Carey Baptist College and some other great presenters will be running the seminars and workshops. Make sure you make the most of these late afternoon sessions and bring a notebook and Bible to camp!
Think you got some talent that people wanna see? Then enter the awesome EC TALENT QUEST and get discovered! It's easy! Just fill in the application form, click send and we'll register you. We will be in touch with you closer to the time about performance times, what to expect etc.
Your Youth Leader will register your Sports teams so please connect with them about that.
This competition is for groups who want to get in have a go and have some fun. Rules still apply. Pool play for the social competition is on the Friday with finals taking place on the Sunday afternoon. Limited spaces available for all sports. First in first served.
The league competition is for groups who take their sports more seriously and want play at a competitive level. Normal sport rules apply. Fair play will be awarded. More games will be played in this competition; teams must be able to play all their pool games on the Saturday with finals taking place on the Sunday afternoon.
For each team you enter, your youth community must provide a referee for that sport. Your referee will be expected to referee the game immediately after the one your team has played – this may mean they miss a game if you have one scheduled.
Don’t forget there will be lots of community-centred activities including mud-pit, human fooseball, foam party and more. Come prepared!