Alberta Beach Family Camp

June 29-July 7, 2024  |  Sunset Point Christian Camp

Contact the camp office for booking accommodations


Saturday, June 29

  • 6:30pm: Services (kids, youth, adults)

Sunday – Saturday, June 30-July 6 

  • 10:00am: Services (kids, youth, adults)
  • 1:00pm-4:00pm: Tuck Shop
  • 2:00pm: Afternoon Activities
  • 6:30pm: Services (kids, youth, adults)

Sunday, July 7th

  • 10:00am: Last service (kids, youth, adults)

Baptism Info

  • Baptism Class: Tuesday after the morning service in the youth tabernacle.
  • Baptism Service: Friday after the evening service on the beach.

Special Events

  • Sunday, June 30: Dough bake following the evening service (host cabins)
  • Monday, July 1, 4:30pm: BBQ at Christian Centre
  • Monday, July 1, Dusk: Fireworks in large sports field




Ben is the  Lead Pastor of First Assembly Church in Calgary, since 2014. Ben and his wife Heather have been serving in full-time ministry for over 28 years and have led in local church and PAOC district roles in both BC and Alberta. They share a deep spiritual burden to reach the unchurched and to disciple and empower the next generation in the power of the Spirit.  They are passionate about building the local Church, multiplying disciples, and fostering Godly families. Together they have four daughters and one son in law. They long to see a fresh outpouring of The Holy Spirit in our time, and they believe that some of the most exciting days for the Canadian Church are ahead.



Roger has been married to his college sweetheart, Ingrid, for 34 years. His son Jared and daughter-in-law Kristen, has blessed him with two grandsons, Kaiden and Noah. His daughter Lindsey will be married next February in Australia. He has served in pastoral leadership since 1984, as lead pastor since 1996, in Kemptville, Toronto and Whitby, ON. He rides a Harley, loves to spend time with his family and leads an active lifestyle. Serving the local church has been the privilege of his leadership. 



Kevin has extensive pastoral leadership experience, with an educational background in theology from Tyndale University and McMaster Divinity College. Kevin has supported the Western Ontario District of the PAOC on the District Executive for 12 years. He continues to serve as the Assistant Superintendent and on the General Executive for the national fellowship of the PAOC. Kevin is the CEO of Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. and YES TV, focusing on global evangelism through media. He is also involved in interdenominational dialogues and conferences across Canada, emphasizing leadership and faith in contemporary issues. Kevin is married to his beautiful, long-time best friend, Sherri. Together, they are thrilled to cheer on amazing children Caleb, his wife Lauren, and Sadie.




Jonathan is a graduate of Vanguard College (B.A in Theology with a Music Major) and has served at The Park Church for 11 years. Jon has been leading worship for 20 years and is passionate about seeing people rise to their full potential in Christ. He believes that worship is not confined to music and singing on a Sunday morning and involves every part of our lives. Jon has also played guitar for many different artists (including Worship Central, The Voyage, Brooke Ligertwood, Cody Carnes, Taya Smith, Amanda Cook, Tim Hughes, among others). Jon also has released his own music (The Analog Dream). Jonathan and his wife Meredith are passionate about serving God and the church and love journeying alongside people in their walk with Christ.



Jeremiah Niengor is a Youth & Young Adults Pastor at First Assembly Church in Calgary, Alberta. He is passionate and burdened for the next generation and wants to see young people raised up to influence the people around them and the world with the life-transforming presence of Jesus. His heart is to be a voice for the voiceless. And In the same way the transformative power of Jesus has changed his mind, his heart, and his way of life, he is on a mission to be a part of that very thing in young people’s lives today.



Sean has been working with children and families since the late 90’s. After serving as a children’s pastor for many years, he joined the faculty at Vanguard College, where he serves as the Children’s Specialist and core faculty for the NextGen programme. Sean is married to Faith, and they are the proud parents of three amazing children. He loves reading and hiking, and will never turn down a good bowl of noodles.



Holt serves on staff at Hope City Church overseeing Preteen Ministries. Holt loves to see young people thrive in their faith. He has a passionate desire to see preteens reach their potential to live and model Jesus to the world around them. Holt has served and worked in next Gen Ministries for over 10 years and loves being involved in the work that God is doing in the next generation.



A Saskatchewan boy, Jason, met a Nova Scotian girl, Jennifer, in Ontario. Married for almost 19 years, they have four children: Jason Jr, Gwenyth, Eliana, and William.  For over 15 years, Jason has been the Worship and Creative Arts Pastor at Southside Pentecostal Assembly in Edmonton, AB.  When he’s not at the church, he can be found playing the piano, board games, and loving every moment he can share with his family.


Pre-School | Elim Lodge

(2 years old-entering kindergarten in September 2024)

Ranger Jay and a host of endearing characters gather each day with children at the Kindercamp Treehouse!  Stories, songs, games and crafts all bring out the message of God’s love and salvation.  This parent-assisted program is sure to have an exciting impact!

Important Info
  • Parents are required to volunteer for 3 of the 16 services.
  • Services (10am & 6:30pm).
  • Drop-off time/pick-up time is 15 minutes before and after the service.

Elementary | Children’s Tabernacle

(Entering Grade 1-6 in September 2024)

Morning Service Themes
  • Sunday: Favourite Colour Day
  • Monday: Canada Day
  • Tuesday: Twin Day
  • Wednesday: Crazy Hair Day
  • Thursday: PJ Day
  • Friday: Bible Character Day
  • Saturday: Crazy Hat Day
Important Events & Times
  • Tuck Shop (1:00pm-4:00pm)
  • Afternoon Activities (2pm)
  • Services (10am & 6:30pm)
  • Parents are encouraged to volunteer for 1 service throughout the week.
Preteen Devotionals
  • During morning services on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, preteens (entering Grade 5-6 in September 2024) will be dismissed partway through the elementary service to do a special devotional with Pastor Holt.



  • Sunday Evening: Dough Bake following the service (host cabins)
  • Monday 2pm: Scavenger Hunt
  • Monday 4:30pm: Canada Day BBQ (Christian Centre)
  • Monday Evening (dusk): Canada Day fireworks in large sports field
  • Tuesday 2pm: Crafts
  • Wednesday 11am-3pm: Family BBQ & Carnival($3/person, cash only)
  • Wednesday 8:30pm: Preteen Campfire, Smores + Games (for kids entering grade 5 or 6 in September)
  • Thursday 2pm: Boating and Water Day
  • Friday 2pm: Talent Show
  • Bible Bonanza Photo Challenge: Take a picture to represent the clues provided in the welcome package. Complete the Bible Bonanza Card throughout the week of camp and submit the completed card to the Camp Office on Saturday, July 6th between 1-3 p.m. to get your name entered into a draw for one of four Family Camp prize baskets.  Also, post your pics on the Sunset Point Christian Camp Facebook or Instagram pages using #FamilyCamp2024.


  • Sunday: Dough Bake following the evening service (host cabins)
  • Monday: Golf Tournament at Alberta Beach Golf Resort. Register here.
  • Monday 4:30pm: Canada Day BBQ (Christian Centre)
  • Monday (dusk): Canada Day fireworks (large sports field)
  • Tuesday 8:30pm: Men with Paddles kayak/paddleboard excursion (Elim Lodge)
  • Thursday 8:30pm: Women with Paddles kayak/paddleboard excursion (Elim Lodge)
  • Friday 2pm: Take a Hike for Coffee (Bring your own money, meet at Tuck Shop and take Backwoods trails to K’s General Store, Alberta Beach)



  • Sunday 2pm: World Cup
  • Sunday Evening: Dough Bake following the service (host cabins)
  • Monday 2pm: Scavenger Hunt
  • Monday 4:30pm: Canada Day BBQ (Christian Centre)
  • Monday Evening (dusk): Canada Day fireworks in large sports field
  • Tuesday 2pm: Minigolf Tournament 
  • Tuesday 9:30pm: Fire
  • Wednesday 11am-3pm: Family BBQ & Carnival ($3/person, cash only)
  • Wednesday 9:30pm: Nine Square Tourney
  • Thursday 2pm: Boating and Water Day
  • Thursday 9:30pm: Fire
  • Friday 2pm: Football Game
  • Friday 9:30pm: Minute To Win It


Activity and walking trails, outdoor basketball & volleyball courts, bonfire, mini golf & soccer areas, playgrounds, canoes, coin laundry, Next Gen Lounge (requires supervision), Tuck Shop daily.


*MUST BE PRE-PURCHASED AT THE CHRISTIAN CENTRE* (Limited number of extra meals available)

  • Breakfast: $12 (Adults and Youth) $6 (Children 4-12)
  • Lunch: $15 (Adults and Youth) $10 (Children 4-12)
  • Dinner/Supper: $18 (Adults and Youth) $12 (Children 4-12)


  • Full Week Pass (Kids ages 4-12 only): Meals start on Saturday, June 29, at supper and end on Sunday, July 7, at lunch. Total number of meals provided is 24.
    • There are no adult meal packages available as there are 12-Meal Punch Passes available. 
    • Kids, 4-12 years – $150.00
    • Kids 3 and under – FREE
  • 12-Meal Punch Pass: $175 (Youth and Adults)

Click here to download a meal order form.


All meals will be served in the Christian Centre at the following times:

  • Breakfast: 8:00-9am
  • Lunch: 11:30am-12:30pm
  • Dinner: 5pm-6pm
  • Evening Snack: Served after evening service


The spiritual and relational benefits that Family Camp offers come with financial price tags attached. However, we don’t want finances to be a barrier for families. Therefore, the only required payment is for meals and accommodations, and these fees are set to cover the costs of providing these services. The bulk of the costs associated with family camp, including the various ministry teams, is raised in free will offerings taken during the evening services. The construction and maintenance of the facilities is primarily financed through donations, small and large, of those who have benefited from the camp and want to see its ministry continue for future generations. In accordance with the New Testament practice, individuals and families are asked to contribute towards the camp offerings according to their means rather than their consumption.


Click here to give online.



Located in Tabernacle


Visit the camp office.


We ask that all participants note the following during our camp to ensure a positive experience for everyone:

  • Alcohol and smoking/vaping is not permitted anywhere on the camp grounds at any time during Family Camp.
  • The speed limit for all motorized vehicles is 15 km/h and they must be driven in a safe manner remaining on designated roadways and parking areas.
  • ATVs and dirtbike/motorcycles may not be driven anywhere on the property during Family Camp.
  • Quiet time is from 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM daily. Please remember young children are sleeping in tents/tent trailers and be mindful of noise in these areas from 10 PM – 7 AM.
  • Construction or maintenance work is not permitted during Family Camp.
  • Fires must be in fire pits and may not be left unattended. Local fire bans must be obeyed.
  • The possession or use of firearms and air guns is not permitted.
  • Owners must keep pets on a leash at all times and clean up after them.
  • It is expected that everyone participates in the camp services, and no activities should be planned or undertaken that would distract from or interfere with the services.