Alberta Beach Family Camp

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

Contact the camp office for booking accommodations

ACCOMODATIONS

There are currently dorm rooms available for rent for Family Camp 2024.  To request a dorm room for Family Camp 2024, please fill out the 2024 Family Camp Rental Form.  Invoices for payment will be sent via email once completed contracts have been received.

For questions or for more information, please contact the Camp Administrator, Karen Bradbury at karen@sunsetpointcamp.ca

SCHEDULE

Saturday, June 29 

  • 1:00pm-4:00pm: Tuck Shop
  • 4:30pm: Canada Day BBQ* (Christian Centre)
  • 6:30pm: Services (kids, youth, adults)
  • Dough Bake following the service (host cabins)

*BBQ included in camp meal plan. If you don’t have a meal plan, the cost is $10/person. Meal includes hamburgers, hotdogs, potato salad, salad, chips, and pop.

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.

KIDS

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)

Service Themes
  • Sunday: Favourite Colour Day
  • Monday: Crazy Hair Day
  • Tuesday: Twin Day
  • Wednesday: Spy Day (dress as spy or detective)
  • 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.

GIVING INFO

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.

ONLINE

Click here to give online.

E-TRANSFER

give@sunsetpointcamp.ca

GIVING BOXES

Located in Tabernacle

DEBIT

Visit the camp office.

CAMP MAP & RULES

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.