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July 1, 2022
Registration Fees 2022
2022 Registration Fees
Samish Family Camp July 30-August 6
- $65-$75/adult rate per day (12 years and up)
- $55/additional adult (beyond 2 in housing unit)
- $20/child rate per day (5 years and under)
- $45/youth rate per day (6-11 years)
Hills of Peace Family Camp August 6-11
- Adult (16 and over) - $60/night ($300 full camp)
- Youth (12-15) - $44/night ($200 full camp)
- Child (3-11) - $22/night ($110 full camp)
- Under 2 - no charge
Youth Camp (Junior High & Senior High) (Hills of Peace) August 13-18 $220.00Mission Conference (online/in person) September 9-11 Registration Fee $10.00
Men’s Retreat (Hills of Peace) September 16-18 Registration Fee TBD
Nurturing Silence Retreat (Samish) October 21-23 Registration Fee TBD
GST is included in registration fee.
Community of Christ Western Canada Mission Centre GST #129892659 RT0042
June 6, 2022
Canada West Mission is encouraging its congregations to provide financial support for those attendees where a registration fee may cause financial hardship. The Subsidy Request form is provided below for applicants to submit to their congregation directly.
Attendees who are not affiliated with a congregation should contact CWM (email@example.com) for further direction.
May 9, 2022
2022 COVID Guidance for Camps & In Person Events
We know many have been eagerly anticipating the return of in-person camping for Canada West, and we are excited to share that, barring any dramatic changes in the state of Covid-19, we are moving forward with in-person camping this year.
In light of our enduring principles around the worth of all persons, unity in diversity, and personal responsibility, we are offering some guidance. We do this because of our gospel call to offer welcome to the least and most vulnerable among us.
First of all, our corporate responsibility as a mission centre is to always, at a minimum, follow local Covid guidelines for safe gatherings. Individual camp directors may decide that additional restrictions are necessary to keep campers safe, including things such as no in-out privileges during camp. At a minimum, directors will be responsible for ensuring camps follow all local guidelines for communicable illness, and to stay updated as those change.
Second, each of us has a personal responsibility to consider what we can do to protect one another. Personal responsibility can look like:
- Updating your Covid-19 vaccination by receiving any boosters that are available.
- Considering getting vaccinated if you have not yet done so, as it is the best way we know of to curb the spread of Covid-19.
- If you aren’t vaccinated, getting tested for Covid-19 no more than two days prior to arriving at camp.
- Not coming to camp if you are feeling even a little bit ill.
- Isolating for 5 days prior to coming to camp, regardless of your vaccination status, to ensure you are not unduly exposing yourself and others to illness.
- Wearing a mask while indoors to avoid spreading illness.
- Ensuring good hygiene through:
- regular hand washing
- coughing or sneezing into an elbow or sleeve
Our guiding question for you is: How will you protect the precious neighbour that sits beside you at camp?
We also encourage everyone to respect one another’s choices in how they have responded to Covid. Regardless of our individual views on vaccinations or public health mandates, we come together as one community who find unity in diversity. Some people will feel more comfortable wearing a mask and keeping their distance, others will be ready to embrace everyone. Please respect the speed and space of each person’s engagement at camp.
We can’t wait to raise our voices to sing “We’re all together again, we’re here, we’re here” in the sacred spaces we find ourselves gathering in this summer, and to also sing the words together “We are one in the Spirit”.
Yours in Christ,
Gwyn Beer, Kat Goheen and Shannon McAdam
Mission Centre President Team
February 17, 2022
Missing Email Notifications
If you have registered for an event and have not received an email notification, log into your webmail and check your spam folder for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. This seems to be an ongoing problem with SaskTel and Shaw. If the email notification has been flagged as spam, add email@example.com to your trusted sender list.
February 17, 2022
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