Church Family Camp FAQ
How do I register?
To register for the 2019 Yass Community Baptist Church Camp please below.
Online Registration Form
Alternative ways of registration will be made available at our Sunday gatherings.
What is the cut-off date to register for camp?
Please register for camp and have completed payment by the 29th of September.
How do I pay for camp?
There are two payment methods:
Direct deposit to church account
Please use your surname and ‘church camp’ as your reference (eg: Barber church camp)
Name: Yass Baptist Church
Account Number: 100005287
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a receipt.
Please bring the exact amount and pay to either Toni Neuhaus or Cheryl Enseleit who will be available at the end of our church gatherings on Sunday. Please advise if you need a receipt.
Can I see a copy of the camp site map before arriving?
Please click here for the camp site map
What are some of the Saturday afternoon activities?
There are many options for the afternoon. You are able to spend the time by yourself, with your family or fellowshipping with others on camp. There are many beautiful spots around, including the beach, for walks, bike rides, sporting games, or quiet time.
There is a pool and spa, tennis and basketball courts and mini golf available. We will have space for craft groups set up in the conference room so make sure you bring your current projects! There will also be a kids program for part of the afternoon.
Will there be a Kids Program?
There will be a kids program run for primary school aged children and under. We encourage parents to make the most of the service as to get the most out of the sessions.
I have a food allergy, will this be catered for?
If you have a food allergy, please include this information on your registration form and the campsite will happily cater for your needs.
How full will the schedule for the weekend be?
Please click here to see a copy of the camp schedule.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring clothes coastal spring weather.
Camping Equipment, if needed.
Towel and toiletries. (People booked into cabins are provided with linen and towels).
Bible, pen, notebook.
Saturday afternoon activity; walking shoes, knitting, sports equipment, swimmers, book etc
Breakfast foods & a slice or biscuits to share for our suppers.
What are the different accommodation options?
There are 4 person air conditioned units, 4 person standard units, 6 person air conditioned units and powered campsites available for our group.
How will I know where I am sleeping?
When you arrive at the Wollongong Surf Leisure Resort, please visit the reception office to collect a map and the keys to your allocated accommodation.
Can I bring Alcohol to church camp?
WSLR permits alcohol on site. We ask that all of our communal times with our camp family remain alcohol free.
Who can I talk to if I have any other Questions?
Please email email@example.com or speak to Toni Neuhaus.