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The Slave, THe Storyteller and The King

Easter Camp 2021

For kids age 8-12 years

2nd-4th  April 2021

Arrival Time: 11am Friday 2nd April 2021

(Pickups from 9.30am – limited rides available from Whangarei city area)

Departure Time: 2pm Sunday 4th April 2021


HOLYground Parua Bay Christian Youth Haven: 1 Wharf Road Parua Bay


  This camp is  free thanks to Breakaway School Holiday Programmes.


HOLYground, NEM, Northland Evangelical Movement, youth camp, kids camp, childrens camp, mission, Christian Camping, Parua Bay Christian Youth Haven

What you should know:

Come and join us for our "The Slave, The Storyteller and The King" camp this Easter at Holyground!

We are planning an action packed programme of water sports, games, fun, great food, friends, singing and learning together. Don't miss out - spaces are limited!  

What should you bring to camp?

- Old clothes including something warm

- Old closed-in shoes (for health and safety in the kitchen and in the bush)

- Footwear to protect your feet while on the beach

- Sleeping bag or blankets, sheet, pillow

- Sunhat, togs and towel – modest sun-smart swimwear essential. Please bring a shirt/shorts.

- Personal toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste), any required medication (with instructions for use)

- Bible if you have one

- Baking for the kitchen

Please label your stuff - it makes it much easier to work out whose is whose if things get mixed up!! Please leave behind phones/electronic devices/money/junk food/ valuables/girlfriends/


While we attempt to cater for a basic range of dietary needs, it is very helpful if campers with particularly restrictive requirements are able to support our hard-working cooks by supplying some of their own food. Please indicate any dietary needs at registration, and if these are complex we will give you a call to discuss the planned menu.


Need a ride? If you are unable to transport your child to/from camp, our volunteers may be able to pick up /drop off a limited number of campers from within Whangarei city. Please indicate on the registration form if you need transport, and be ready at the address provided from 12.30pm. Please advise us if no longer needing a ride to save a wasted trip.

Visiting? Parents are welcome to visit during camp. Please introduce yourself to a leader on arrival and sign the visitors book. Please let us know if there is anyone we need to be aware of who specifically is not allowed to visit your child.


Rules: We need your help to make our camp a friendly and safe ‘haven’ that’s fun for all of us!!! At camp we aim for there to be no swearing, bullying, fighting, name-calling, threatening, stealing or lying. Please leave bad attitudes, expensive or electronic equipment (phones, ipads, electronic games, cameras), money, and junk food all at home – we can’t take responsibility for them if they go missing. You will survive without them for a few days! Also, while it goes without saying, please don't bring knives or weapons, drugs, alcohol or cigarettes of any sort to camp.

Parents, please encourage your child to speak with a leader should they have any worries during camp. Please be aware that campers who are impacting negatively on others’ experience may be asked to return home.

Want to find out more? Check out our website for more information - leave a contact number via the contact us page if you'd like one of our leadership team to give you a call. Or you can email direct to

To register, please apply now!

Complete the electronic form below on this page

Email confirmation will be made within a few days of receiving your application.  

 If circumstances change after you've registered, please let us know so your spot can go to someone else on the waiting list.

If you are applying to come as a leader, please click here

To download a print out form click here.


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