North Coast Church

Registrations are now open for 2024!

Culture says it’s ok to extend our adolescence, but at NCY we believe that being a teenager is an incredible opportunity to turn to Jesus and take responsibility for the life He has given them. Camp 180 is an action-pack fun-filled weekend where teens will go enjoy games, sing and pray, and go through the book of Jonah together, all with the aim to learn about Jesus and become more like Him.

Who:  Year 7-12s

When: 19th – 21st April, from 4:30pm Friday  – 3:00pm Sunday

Where: Serpentine Camping Centre, 22 Transit Rd Jarrahdale WA 6124. Take note of additional details below.

Our Mission

We want to see the next generation of young people taking Jesus seriously and radically following Him in every area of their lives

About Us

We firmly believe at North Coast Church that a life lived in Jesus is a life lived to the full! It is life changing to encounter Christ. That is why we are committed to seeing generations of youth transformed by the Gospel, convicted as disciples of Christ and committed to God together as they grow in maturity.

Registration Costs

Registration Type Cost Available Dates
Earlybird $190 per child Ends 12pm, Sunday 10th March
Standard $200 per child Closes 24th March

Cost includes bus travel, food and accommodation, an event hat, games and crafts.

Don’t let finances stop you from coming! Contact us to make alternate arrangements if finances would otherwise prevent you from attending.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

In registering your child(ren) for Camp 180, you agree that, while all reasonable care will be taken to ensure the safety of your child, you accept the risks associated with all activities. In the case of a medical emergency, you agree to Camp 180 staff and volunteers administering appropriate first aid at the discretion of the First Aid Officer, which may include calling an ambulance, for which the parent may be required to take full financial responsibility.

In sending your child(ren) to Camp 180, you agree that photographs and/or video footage may be taken of your child and used for promotional purposes (unless you stipulate otherwise in the registration form), which may include (but is not limited to) publishing on our website, Facebook page, Instagram feed and during Sunday church services.

A full refund is available on or before Thursday 28th March 2024. After this date, refunds cannot be offered for any reason, including illness and change of mind.

Register Here

Registrations Closed, if you missed it and are still keen then contact Rob at rob@northcoastchurch.org.au.

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FAQ

Here’s where you can find out all you need to know about Camp 180.  Still have questions?  Contact us – we’d love to hear from you!

Drop off and pick up at North Coast Church. Drop off from 4:30pm with buses leaving at 5:30pm. Buses to arrive back at North Coast on Sunday at 3pm.

Check in opens at 4:30pm on Friday the 19th. The buses will be leaving at 5:30pm.

Mattresses and pillows are provided, but each child will need bedding (e.g. pillow case, sleeping bag, bed sheet).

Multiple change of clothes (may get wet), water bottle, hat, toiletries, soap, pyjamas, swimmers, sunscreen (we will provide extra), a couple of plastic bags, Bible, notepad and pen.

Optional extras: Insect repellent, a book to read.

Morning and afternoon tea, and other snacks will be provided throughout the camp, so there is no need for other snacks to be brought along. If there are particular dietary requirements, don’t hesitate to get in contact.

To minimise distractions and encourage participation in the amazing activities over the weekend, we ask that your child doesn’t bring their phone to camp. The youth pastor will share their mobile and the camp’s number should any need to contact arises.

Some of incredible youth leaders will be taking photos and video footage throughout the camp so we ask that your child doesn’t bring a camera to camp.

Serpentine Camping Centre. 22 Transit Road, Jarrahdale.

It is a fun-filled action-packed weekend. There will be a host of games and activities in the mornings and afternoons, including a variety of sports, board games and crafts. There will be time to swim in the swimming pool (with bronze-medallion supervision) too. Across the weekend, there will be three Bible talks from the book of Jonah, Bible studies, allocated time to pray and read individually, and worship.

Breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner are all provided by the campsite, with all dietary requirements catered for. Friday night dinner will be catered by the North Coast community.

We don’t want anyone to miss out on coming to Camp 180.  If finances are an issue for you, we’d love you to get in touch.  We have funds available to subsidise fees, so if finances are stopping you from being able to register, contact us and let us know what you can pay – we’d be happy to cover the rest!

We have a qualified first-aid officer on duty at Camp 180 who will be available for minor incidents requiring first aid.  More serious medical emergencies will be dealt with under the direction of the First Aid Officer, who may call an ambulance if required.  Parents will be required to cover any costs incurred, should an ambulance be called.

Still have questions?  Contact us using the form below – we’d love to hear from you!

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