FAMILY CAMPS

WHAT IS FAMILY CAMP?

As we all know, life is busy.  Work, school, kids' activities, volunteering, appointments, meetings and family commitments are just a handful of things that keep us busy - and sometimes all in the same day!  That's why 2nd Family Camp is so wonderful.  It provides us with a week to recharge, refresh and reconnect with the people that matter most.  Whether you can can come for a few days or stay the whole week, those who come will experience a break from the day to day business of life.  From a peaceful walk in the quiet of the early morning to enjoying the gorgeous sunset over the lake in the evening, a day a Kedleston can be just what you need.

The day is scheduled to provide refreshment for your spirit, soul and body.  Delicious meals are provided where everyone eats together in our dining hall.  Services are held in the morning with kids and teens having their own sessions, and again in the evening where everyone comes together to worship and receive from the speakers that bring God's word.  The afternoons can be whatever you need them to be - fun and action-packed or slow and relaxing.  Activities are scheduled and supervision is provided so that everyone, young and old, can enjoy any kind of day they want.  Evenings bring times for fellowship around campfires or in the dining hall for mug-up.  Youth can keep the fun going with supervised night games and activities (don't worry mom and dad - there is a curfew!)

Gratis is also a part of Family Camp.  Having campers participate in some of the jobs that need doing throughout the day (primarily in the kitchen and dining hall) not only helps keep registration costs down but also gives families the opportunity to learn to serve together.  Great conversations are often had and friendships developed while drying dishes or clearing tables at camp!  

So whether you're single, married, big family or small, plan on coming and spending some time at Family Camp - it might just be exactly what you need to gain strength and encouragement for your life.

 

1st FAMILY CAMP

 

DATE 

JULY 18 - 24, 2020

AGES 

ALL

COST 

1st Person in Family: $300     

Additional family members: $100

0-2 Yrs Free

Seniors Rate (65+) $75 per senior

Max Family Rate $750

 

REGISTRATION 

2 PM

            

CAMP ENDS

 After brunch

SPEAKERS

AM Danny DeLong

PM Rob Chartrand

1st FAMILY CAMP SCHEDULE

Note: subject to change

SATURDAY

2 PM     Registration

2 - 5       Canteen & Jacob's Ladder

5              Supper

7              Service — Big Tab & Mug Up

9:45       Youth Activity

11           In Cabin / Quiet Time

SUNDAY — THURSDAY

8              Breakfast

10           Morning Service — Big Tab 

12 PM  Lunch

1 -           Beach / Boating  / Canteen

4:30

2 - 4       Jacob's Ladder, Skills, Crafts

3:30      Family Activities

5              Supper       

5:30 -   Jacob's Ladder

6:50

7            Service — Big Tab & Mug Up

9:45     Youth Activities

11         In Cabins / Quiet Time

FRIDAY

8              Self Serve Breakfast & Cabin Clean Up

10           Brunch

11           Canteen Open

11:45    Cabin Clean Up

12:15    Lunch

1              End of Camp

1 - 4       Beach Open 

Danny DeLong

Danny and Alycia have been married for 19 years and have two children, Taylor who is twelve and Alex who is five.  The last five years they have been living in Turkey. Their heart's desire is to see a multiplicative movement of churches planted where there currently are no churches.

rob chartrand

Rob lives in Edmonton,  Alberta where he serves as the Lead Pastor of Crosspoint Church, which he and his team launched in 2010. 

He and Karen have been happily married for twenty-six years. They have two daughters, Elisa and Bailey, who both attend Bible college and are employed in local churches.  

Rob has been in ministry for over twenty-five years in different pastoral roles. He has served as adjunct faculty at both the college and seminary level. Currently, he is finalizing his Doctor of Ministry with Asbury Seminary in Kentucky.

He is passionate about developing leaders, making disciples, and planting churches. In his spare time, he likes to read, blog, exercise, renovate, and experiment with new forms of artisanship. 

They lead the Beyond (ACOP) team in Turkey which is currently 24 people sent from Canada. Before going to Turkey they lead Living Springs church in Calgary for four years and before that spent seven years in England pastoring and leading the UK wing of LifeForce teams international. They lead the Beyond (ACOP) team in Turkey which is currently 24 people sent from Canada. Before going to Turkey they lead Living Springs church in Calgary for four years and before that spent seven years in England pastoring and leading the UK wing of LifeForce teams international. 

 

2nd FAMILY CAMP

 

DATE 

JUL 31 - AUG 6, 2020

AGES 

ALL

COST 

1st Person in Family: $300     

Additional family members: $100

0-2 Yrs Free

Seniors Rate (65+) $75 per senior

Max Family Rate $750

 

REGISTRATION 

2 PM

            

CAMP ENDS

 After brunch

 

SPEAKERS

AM Allen Huckabay

PM Chris Westby         

YOUTH Francis Dixon

2nd FAMILY CAMP SCHEDULE

Note: subject to change

FRIDAY

2 PM     Registration

2 - 5       Canteen & Jacob's Ladder

5              Supper

7              Service — Big Tab & Mug Up

9:45       Youth Activity

11           In Cabin / Quiet Time

SATURDAY — WEDNESDAY

8              Breakfast

10           Morning Service — Big Tab 

12 PM  Lunch

1 -           Beach / Boating  / Canteen

4:30

2 - 4       Jacob's Ladder, Skills, Crafts

3:30      Family Activities

5              Supper       

5:30 -   Jacob's Ladder

6:50

7            Service — Big Tab & Mug Up

9:45     Youth Activities

11         In Cabins / Quiet Time

THURSDAY

8              Self Serve Breakfast & Cabin Clean Up

10           Brunch

11           Canteen Open

11:45    Cabin Clean Up

12:15    Lunch

1              End of Camp

1 - 4       Beach Open 

FRANCIS DIXON

Francis Dixon (35) lives in Lumsden, SK. Francis first attended Kedleston at 16 where he encountered God's presence, grew in a passion for worship and heard a calling from God to be a youth pastor. He has volunteered as a youth leader for over 16 years at Joe’s Place, Hillcrest Church, and Lumsden Community Youth. Francis has a passion to see youth encounter the living God in relationship. He has spoken at various camps, retreats, and seminars and has recently completed a 3-year term on the Kedleston board. He works in marketing, is the music coordinator at his church, coaches basketball, and loves wakeboarding and writing music.

allen huckabay

Allen Huckabay lives in Dryden Ontario where he has managed the Dryden Food Bank for the last year. Allen has spent 31 years in Pastoral Ministry and he grew up in Moose Jaw attending Hillcrest Apostolic Church and Kedleston Camp.
Allen is Chaplain of the Junior A Dryden GM Ice Dogs and helps oversee the Chaplains of the Superior International Junior Hockey League. Allen is closely connected with Food Banks Canada helping to address food insecurity and poverty in Northwest Ontario. 
Allen and his wife, Judy, have been married 35 years and are blessed with one daughter, a son-in-law, a son, and two grandchildren.

chris westby

Chris Westby is the Lead Pastor of Sonrise Church in Surrey. He is a gifted and passionate preacher and teacher of the Word of God and also enjoys working with teams of volunteers and staff who are dedicated to carrying the hope and purpose of Jesus through their skills and gifts. 

His heart is to see leaders raised up into their God-given callings and to develop Christians into maturity. He is also fully committed to the body of Christ, the Word and Holy Spirit’s work in and through the church, this is evident in every conversation you have with him. 

Chris graduated from Briercrest Seminary with a Master’s Degree in Leadership and Management and is also a graduate of the Arrow Leadership Program. 

Chris and Sherri were married in 2009 and they have three children. Their wonderful son, Ezekiel, from Chris’ first wife who tragically passed away in 2007 after a three-year-long battle with cancer. And their two beautiful daughters, Eden and Esther. Chris loves spending time with his family, and their door is always open for a visit.
 

 

FAMILY ADVENTURE CAMP

WHAT IS FAMILY ADVENTURE CAMP?

If you have preschool or grade school-aged children, this weekend is for you!  At FAC you will participate in activities and services as a family unit.  From sun-up to sun-down, the fun doesn't stop.  What a great way to kick off summer with your kids!

DATE 

JUNE 26 - 29, 2020

AGES 

Families with preschool or

grade school aged children

COST 

1st Person $200

Additional Persons(s) $50

0-2 Yrs Free

Seniors Rate (65+) $25 per senior

Max Family Rate $400

 

REGISTRATION 

4 PM            

CAMP ENDS 

4 PM

SPEAKERS

Laura Stacheruk

FAMILY ADVENTURE CAMP SCHEDULE

Note: subject to change

FRIDAY

4 PM     Registration

5              Supper

6:30       Service — Big Tab & Mug Up

7:30       Mug Up & Camp Fire

SATURDAY — SUNDAY

8              Breakfast

9:30       Family Devotions

10           Service — Big Tab 

11:30    Lunch

1 PM     Family Activities

1:30 -    Free Time

4       

4:30      Supper       

5:45     Service

7            Mug Up & Campfire

9            Mom's Night Out (Saturday)

               Dad's Night Out (Sunday)

MONDAY

8              Breakfast

9:30       Family Devotions

10           Service — Big Tab 

11:30    Brunch

1              End of Camp

1 - 4       Beach Open 

laura stacheruK

Laura serves as the Children's Pastor at Hillcrest Church in Moose Jaw. When she isn't busy raising up kids for the Kingdom, she can be found reading a book and sipping a cup of tea. 

THE ULTIMATE CAMP EXPERIENCE

c/o 808 Assiniboine Ave E.

Regina, SK  S4V 0K6

(306) 729-4402

info@kedlestongospelcamp.com

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