To help Senior Campers follow Jesus after camp the CE Network is excited to be partnering with Access the Story to pilot a new initiative – “SEQUEL“.
Senior CE Camp will invite campers to be involved in an easy-access 3 month process which will see them take the next step in following Jesus which will encourage them to go deeper into God’s story through a range of clips, coaching sessions and a retreat.
Volunteers will be screened and trained so they are well prepared to be a coach, “one who carries another through”. Find out more about the role of coaches, or sign up as a coach.
Click below to find out more.
Senior CE Camp is currently at capacity. However, spots may be opening up closer to camp as circumstances change for some campers which means they are no longer able to attend.
If you would like to be considered for filling one of these openings, please click below to complete the waiting list form. You will be contacted in the event that you are able to come to camp.
Know any country volunteers who might want to head to Junior or Senior camp? The CE Network and State Board will pay 50% of the fees for any country volunteer coming to 2014/15 Junior or Senior Camp and who lives more than 150km away from Mount Barker. Why we think it’s worth the investment:
- camps gain valuable volunteers
- volunteers are encouraged by working alongside others
- country campers are keen to come when they know their leaders will be there
If this is you, sign up for Junior or Senior camp, or invite any country volunteers you know who would be keen to serve.
As a first time camper last year, Ashleigh Barnes has received a $100 grant from the CE Network.
She’ll be using it to encourage her youth leaders by putting on a celebration dinner and giving each of them a small gift.
Read more about her plans, and why we love them, here.
Volunteers and campers of all ages who were on last year’s Junior or Senior camp are encouraged to apply, with applications closing on the first Monday of each month.
Sam has been connected to CE Senior Camp since 2009, and last year led for the first time.
His grant money will go towards printing CDs and covers for a 4 song EP by MTC, the band he’s a member of. They hope the EP will be released towards the end of the year and encourage people to love Jesus and love others.
Read more about who else is involved and why they believe their music is important.
Volunteers and campers of all ages who were on last year’s camp are encouraged to apply, with applications closing on the first Monday of each month.
Nicole Mugford is the first person to get $100 through the revised CE Network grants.
Nicole has been involved in CE for the last five years – 3 as a camper and 2 as a leader. After volunteering with the Country Focus team in the South East last year she felt called to move there and is now the youth pastor at Naracoorte Uniting Church.
The grant money will put on a community tea before a combined worship service to help young people get to know other Christians in their area and encourage leaders to network. Read more about what is planned here.
Volunteers and campers who were on last year’s camp are encouraged to apply, with applications closing on the first Monday of each month.
Inspired to put Jesus’ word into action?
The CE Network has tweaked ‘Your Project’ and we hope it helps you be doers in your faith.
Each month we’ll give $100 away to help you encourage and empower people to be renewed by God, to worship Him, to act in love toward others, to be in community and to go out on mission. Check out ideas here.
Campers and volunteers from 2014 camps can apply. Hear what Lorinda has to say about CE Network’s grants program.
If you’re interested in supporting the CE Network grants by contributing financially each month let us know. It will mean we are able to encourage, equip and empower more young South Australians to practically live out their faith. Exciting!