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Kids Campout 2010

20 April 2009 No Comment

What is Kids Campout?

Kids Campout (KCO) is an annual event run by the NSW Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia. The aim of Campout is to provide an opportunity whereby children can experience the wider church family through fun, worship and learning.

When is it?

Kids Campout 2010, 13-14 March
Wedderburn Christian Camp (formerly Morning Glory Campsite)

Who can attend?

Children in years 3- 6, All are welcome to attend whether you have a Kids Club, a Sunday School, an after-school care group or you are a family with children.  KIDS CAMPOUT is an experience for the whole family and the congregation of that child/children.

Please note that the program is specifically for the children in the age group specified. If you have teenagers year 7 & up they can assist as congregation helpers (yrs 7-8) or assistant leaders (yrs 9-12 by registering as such, however, they will be the sole responsibility of the adult carer. They will be expected to participate as a helper at Campout with electives, treasure hunt, runners, etc… A Saturday evening program will be provided for them by the Youth Unit. Children year 2 and under are the sole responsibility of their carer.

Where is it?

The venue will be Wedderburn Christian Camp (formerly Morning Glory Campsite), approximately 15 min south of Campbelltown. 208 Minerva Rd Wedderburn ph: 02 4634 1265

What will happen?

During the weekend children are involved in electives including: crafts, games, swimming, devotions, worship, singing, meeting new people, and generally having a great time!

Where will we sleep? What will we eat?

Children will be accommodated in tents provided by their group. This is the responsibility of each attending group, as is food.

KCO 2010 forms and documents

Will be available Term 4 2009

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