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Summer Camp

  • When: 4pm Mon 2nd - 2pm Fri 6th January 2023
  • Where: Phillip Island Adventure Resort (map)
  • Who: year 7 (2023) to year 12 (2022)
  • Speaker: Dave Martin
  • Topic: The Highs and Lows of Isaiah
  • Theme: Jungle
  • Cost: $420 (under 18) $450 (over 18)
  • Registration: 28 Oct - 28 Nov 2022

Registrations are now closed!

What To Bring

  • Comfortable clothes for activities - no singlet tops or very short shorts
  • Comfortable closed toed shoes for activities
  • Closed toed shoes for water activities
  • Pyjamas
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Pillow case
  • Fitted sheet
  • Sleeping bag
  • Bible
  • Pen
  • A Watch
  • Mask
  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Jungle Themed Costume!
  • (Optional) Money for bookstall and merchandise (eftpos cards accepted)
  • Any medication required (as listed in your registration form)

What NOT to Bring

  • No Mobile Phones
  • No electronic devices (unless permission granted for medical reasons etc)
  • No precious items as these may be lost or damaged during the camp.
  • No aerosol or spray cans
  • No Nuts or foods containing nuts

Meet the Speaker & Topic

Dave & Jan Martin

I’m Dave Martin, the pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church in Officer. Jan has been my life companion for 35 years, a blessing for me and challenge for her.

God’s blessed us with three boys, all grown up now. My most enjoyable activity these days is a dinner with all of them and their families. I also enjoy a few swims every week, a few coffees every day and few defeats of the youth group boys around the table tennis table on Friday nights! Meet me at the table tennis table for a game of doubles. My partner is a guy called Jake.

At camp I thought I’d take us on a bit of a journey through the mountains and valleys of the book of Isaiah. It is a fascinating book that sometimes feels like it was just written this century.

It speaks to today’s world and today’s people in a surprisingly relevant way. We gain a sorry picture of humanity’s sin, a rich picture of God’s glory, a strong picture of God’s rule, a painful picture of God’s sacrificial servant and an encouraging picture of God’s promised end.

I’m hoping we can complement this in our study groups by dipping our toes into some select psalms that turn these themes into personal prayers.

Meet the Convener

Nick Attrill

Nick is from Warrnambool and attends and serves at the Warrnambool Presbyterian church. Nick heads up the youth group ministry in Warrnambool and loves being involved in the church community through serving the church and people around him in many various roles.

Nick loves to talk to people about Jesus and to help people to see their own personal need for Jesus to be their Lord and Saviour.

Nick is looking forward to PYV Summer Camp 2023 and can’t wait to see you all on camp learning more about Jesus and what he has in store for your life, all while having a great time!

Got Questions

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