There's no place like Serpentine Summer Camp
The average Child spends four minutes a day outside OR they could spend 4 days at Serpentine Summer Camp
Serpentine Camps for youth, gaining positive experience, Helping young people develop personally in a safe environment, building countless memories through amazing experiences.
SUMMER CAMP 2017
Senior (Year 10-12 in 2017)
Date: 28th Dec 2016-1 Jan 2017
Inters (Year 7-9 in 2017)
Date: 2nd Jan -6th Jan 2017
Juniors (Year 4-6 in 2017)
Date: 7th Jan-11 Jan 2017
All Camp Prices:
$270 Early Bird (before 18th November 2016)
Registrations Close: 11th December 2016
All refunds before 14th December will incur a $20 administration fee.
No refunds after 14th December will be issued.
Contact the Baptist Ministry Centre on 6313 6300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before you register for more info!
Winter Baptist Camps are held at Serpentine Camping Centre (22 Transit Rd, Jarrahdale).
Baptist Camps have been running at Serpentine for over 30 years! Over that time they have been significant in the lives of many people by helping shape and grow their faith while connecting them with like-minded people, with whom many form lifelong friendships.
Where are Baptist Camps held?
Baptist Camps are held at Serpentine Camping Centre in the foothills of Perth just off South Western Highway. It is a dorm based residential campsite, meaning that campers sleep in dorms which contain up to 8 people. The campsite is fully catered and is well equipped for Baptist Camps, with various facilities for activities on-site.
To find out more information about Serpentine Camping Centre and to view photos of the facilities, please follow the link below:
So what are Baptist Camps and how do they work?
The camps are normally five days long and operate twice a year - in the July School Holidays and the Christmas Holidays (December - January). Baptist Camps aim to cater for school students from Year 4 to Year 12 by running three camps - Juniors (School Years 4-6), Inters (Years 7-9), and Seniors (Years 10-12).
The camps are operated from a Christian basis and aim to help children and young people develop their faith and what it means to follow Jesus in their lives and world. This happens primarily through meetings, worship, Bible talks, and discussions in small groups.
Simultaneously, the camps are full of age appropriate activities and events aimed at providing the campers with a great camp full of fun, activities, and opportunities to build friendships. The campsite has a gym where a variety of games and sports can be played, a 21m swimming pool which is great for cooling off in summer, a grassed football oval, tennis courts, and lots of open space for games, wide games, and other activities. The campsite is also equipped with a range of challenge courses, a low ropes courses, and a climbing wall. There are also meeting rooms, a dining room, and other areas for activities.
The camps are run by a group of volunteer leaders who all hold a Working with Children Card, a Volunteer National Police Clearance, and have all completed the Safe Church training program. There are some leaders with specific roles such as first aid/nurse, life guards, camp speaker, camp parents, and camp directors, and also a group of leaders who run the activities and events on camp. All leaders supervise the dorms of campers.
To get an idea of what happens on camp a short video clip was produced of the camps held in January 2014. You can find that clip here:
These camps are have the potential to change and shape young peoples' lives for the better, and more often than not, this is the case!
Winter Camps - July School Holidays
Inters - School Years 7-9
Team Leaders - Jamin and Jodi Booth
Juniors - School Years 4-6
Team Leaders - Dave and Rachel Friend