2018 SCYC Camp on the stunning Dorset coast

You are warmly invited to SCYC Camp this summer on the stunning Dorset coast.

The camp runs from 29 July – 4 August (for current Year 9’s and above) on a beautiful campsite next to Corfe Castle. Fully catered, activity-packed, inclusive, friendly, discussion-based, a great place for teens to explore and develop their faith and friendships, in an open and safe environment.
The theme this year is ‘Built To Last’. In a world that is constantly changing, can anything be built to last? Things that are built to last need strength, but also resilience and flexibility. Throughout the week, we will explore how this idea applies in our own situations, relationships, ecclesias and spiritual lives. Picture an earthquake-proof skyscraper, or a palm tree in a hurricane…how do they survive and get through the testing times? Things that are built to last need strength, but also resilience and flexibility. Throughout the week, we will explore how this idea applies in our own situations, relationships, churches and spiritual lives. We’ll discuss facing up to doubts and fears, building resilience to cope with life’s inevitable challenges, and growing spiritual lives which are built to last.
Some feedback from SCYC camp 2017:
‘The talks were amazing, as were the discussions and workshops’.
‘I enjoyed camp so much, I don’t think I can think of anything to improve’.
‘Thank you for making my first camp so welcoming’.
Where: Bucknowle Farm, BH20 5PQ Corfe Castle, United Kingdom
Date: 29/07/2018 – 04/08/2018
Email the DBS-assured team at scyc.christadelphian@gmail.com with any questions. More information will be circulated once a booking is made.

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