Summer Camp 2018

Dec 26 - Jan 1
Sermon on the Mount
Mike Wong

Summer Camp is 6 days for Youth from all across NSW to gather together and learn about Jesus in community with one another – and have a great time doing it!

The Sermon on the Mount is one of the most well-known parts of the Bible. It is full of challenging but controversial teaching. It is often quoted but often misunderstood. In the Sermon on the Mount, King Jesus teaches us to live radical lives. And yet this radical living is not to earn entrance into the kingdom or an impossibly high standard designed to drown us in despair. The key to the Sermon on the Mount is Jesus himself. Jesus is the king of the kingdom who lived, died and rose again for us! Prepare to be stretched, challenged, and encouraged to live a radical life for Jesus!

Mike lives in beautiful Albury where he is a pastor with the Albury Presbyterian Churches. He is married to Kara and they have 4 crazy kids. He loves Jesus and seeing people grow as followers of Jesus. He also loves eating, coffee, KFC, reading, movies, running, fishing, the Dragons and the Swans.


Year 7 (in 2018) – 23 years old


26th Dec 3:00pm – 1st Jan 3:00pm


The Tops Conference Centre
Bendena Gardens Rd, Stanwell Tops


Super Early Bird $410 closes 24/9/18
Early Bird $460 closes 5/11/18
Normal $515 closes 3/12/18

Family Discount $30 off for each additional child until normal registration closes

Any registration received after 3/12/18 will incur a late fee of $60. No registrations will be received after 17/12/18. PYNSW subsidises Summer Camp to make it more affordable. The actual cost of camp (not including admin & staff) is $580. If you are able and would like to contribute to cover subsidies and other costs it would be greatly appreciated. Further subsidies are also available on request.
Rooms are out of bounds to the opposite sex. No alcohol, smoking or drugs on camp. Only camp conveners can give permission to leave camp. Decisions of the camp executive are final. All activities must be attended. Mobile phones can only be used during free time unless permission is given by the camp committee. Treat other people and their property with respect. Bullying, victimisation, racism and the like are not tolerated.