Summer Camp

2024
When 3:30pm Monday 8th - 2pm Friday 12th January (2024)
Where Phillip Island Adventure Resort (map)
Who Year 7s (2024) - Year 12s (2023)
Speaker Steve Jones
Topic Meaning in a Meaningless World
Theme Medieval
Cost $420 (under 18) $450 (18+)
Registration Closed
Convenor Laura Brown

Please note that your registration will not be complete until you have received a copy of the form as confirmation that it was submitted. Contact us at admin@pyv.org.au if you have any problems registering.

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Registrations have reached the maximum our leaders are able to support this year and are now closed.

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Payment

Payment can be made with cash or card on the day, or in advance via PayPal or direct bank transfer using the details below. Payment should be made after filling in the registration form. To apply for financial assistance, tick the "financial assistance" box on the registration form.

Camper - Under 18
Camper - 18+
Leader
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Presbyterian Church of Victoria
BSB: 083-004
Account Number: 015016531
Description: "Surname SummerCamp" (e.g. "Smith SummerCamp")

Meet the Speaker

Steve Jones grew up as a country boy in Colac who came to know Jesus at age 18. Since then he has fallen in love with Jesus and his gospel message of grace and hope. Steve is blessed to be married since 2005 to the ever patient Martina and together they are raising their four noisy kids. Steve has been serving as one of the pastors at Drouin Presbyterian church for the past 5 years. At Summer Camp he'll be opening up Ecclesiastes, the most contemporary book in the bible, to discover where true meaning is found in a seemingly meaningless world.

Meet the Convenor

Laura is from Geelong and attends and serves at North Geelong Presbyterian church along with her husband Luke. She does admin with different Christian organisations that help God's kingdom grow through planting new churches, strengthening existing churches, and training new leaders. Laura loves everything PYV and has attended nearly every camp since 2015. She loves the opportunity to help youth and leaders learn more about God and our relationship with Him while building relationships with each other and having fun. Summer Camp is going to be great, and she can't wait to see everyone together there (especially in medieval garb on the final night)!

What to bring

  • Pillow case
  • Fitted sheet
  • Sleeping bag
  • Pyjamas
  • Hat
  • Toiletries
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Towel
  • Water bottle
  • Watch
  • Comfortable clothes for activities
  • Comfortable closed toed shoes for activities
  • Closed toed shoes for water activities
  • Medieval-themed costume
  • Bible
  • Pens/pencils
  • Money for books and merchandise (optional; eftpos cards accepted). Available merch is listed on our Merch page.
  • Required medication (as listed in your registration form)

What not to bring

  • No mobile phones
  • No electronic devices (unless granted permission for medical reasons)
  • No precious items as these may be lost or damaged during the camp
  • No aerosol or spray cans
  • No nuts or foods containing nuts
  • No singlet tops or very short shorts


We take child safety at our camps and events seriously. We work within the guidelines outlined by the Safe Church Unit of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria to ensure all leaders are properly qualified to work with youth and our events are positive experiences for attending youth.