Whit Camp 2019

This year the Christadelphian community in Great-Britain intends to explore the topic ‘Why Church Matters’. They will be looking at the historical and modern significance of the church and plan to look at the role the church played in the lives of the early believers and we’ll also be focusing on why the church is important for each of us today.

God has created one beautifully different but completely unified family. This family is known as ‘the church’ and we are invited to be a part of it. This year we will be looking at the historical and modern significance of the church. We plan to explore the key role the church played in the lives of the early believers and we’ll also be focusing on why the church is important for each of us; why it’s important for us to be part of a church, rather than just be labelled as ‘Christians’. Lastly, we plan to look at what role the church has to play in in today’s society and what impact it has.

Join us as we get to grips with the huge significance this ancient institution has to offer and why it is that church actually matters.

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Accommodation and catering

Bring either a tent or a caravan. Some people find local guesthouse accommodation more convenient, but you will need to book it early. All meals are provided by groups of people being rostered to prepare meals to pre-planned menus. Toilet and shower facilities are available.

Camping in the Leicestershire countryside at Ratcliffe College, Ratcliffe on the Wreake.

More details: Whitcamp 2019

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