Day Camp 24 - 28 June 2024
What is Day Camp?

Day Camp is a learning and adventure program run over 5 days during the June-July State School holidays.

It is for primary school age children (grades 1 to 6).

It involves adventure games, singing, craft activities, gunyah making, challenge activities and sports.

With drop off and pick up at the site, you get all the fun of camping during the day while still sleeping in your own bed each night!

Day Camp is a way young people can be introduced to the love God has for them, the sense of community that comes from living in a camping environment, and a way they can appreciate the wonder of God’s creation.

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Registration for Day Camp 24 - 28 June 2024
Camper Registration OPENS 20th MAY!

Camper Registration will open on 20th May 2024.

To comply with our Safe Ministry with Children Policy we will only take the number of campers for the number leaders.  Camper Registrations usually fill quickly so to avoid missing out please register asap – today, tomorrow!

Click on the link on the 'Register For DAY CAMP 2024' button below fromthe 20th May.


The cost for campers is $175.00

For families with more than one child attending, every other child is $165.00 per camper.   

If you would prefer a hardcopy of the form to fill in please email to request a registration form.

Please Consider being a Leaders or Volunteer
Leader and Volunteer Registration is OPEN now!

To Register click on the link below.

 For leaders, Day Camp is a way of growing in faith and developing leadership skills through practical experience. Two to three leaders are placed with a small team of no more than 10 campers, allowing for the development of good relationships, a supportive environment, and a fun experience.

Please note: The number of children who can attend camp is in proportion to 1 leader to every 6 campers. So, the more leaders the more campers we can take.

Camper Registration opens on 20 May, so we need to have all the leaders registered before 19th May, so we know how many campers we can take.

  • All adult leaders must have a current working with Children Blue Card.
  • All team, assistants and apprentices leaders are asked to attend the Leaders Pizza Party getting to know you on 16 June 6.30 pm-8.30 pm at Cleveland UC Hall 36 Passage Street, Cleveland. 
  • All leaders are required to do Day Camp leader training on 23 June, 10.30 am-3:30pm at Karingal (Karingal Rd, Mount Cotton QLD 4165).
  • All leaders are required to do the Safe Ministry with Children Day Camp training – which will be sent to you once you are registered.  

Leader Levels:

  • Apprentice Leader (Grade 7 to 8). It is a wonderful opportunity to develop young leaders in personal and leadership skills while in a supportive and fun environment. Apprentice Leaders learn by doing and attend a leadership training sessions including during Day Camp.
  • Assistant Leader (Grade 9 to 10/11)
  • Leader (Grade 11/12 and Adult)  

Registration for all leaders and volunteers is free. 

Please consider being a Leader. 

There is also plenty of opportunity for volunteers to help out in craft and resource tents and supervising activities. 

To Register, click on the link, add a '1' to the Ticket Type Quantity and a registration form will load.

Click to Register as a Leader or Volunteer
Child Protection

We work hard to ensure that Redlands UC is a place where children can be safe and see this as a responsibility of our entire community. As we work to develop an extended network of guardianship, we aim to keep children in the church safe from harm.

We have systems in place to help us:

  • Provide physical environments that are clean, well-maintained and free from hazards
  • Conduct activities that are appropriate for the age and abilities of the child
  • Screen the people who want to work with children and provide those who are approved with ongoing training, oversight and support
  • Maintain behaviours that are within the range of acceptable actions and interrupt boundary violations (inappropriate behaviours)
  • Encourage people to speak up, raise concerns and provide feedback. This helps us to know when people are feeling safe and when they are not.

If you have any concerns about a program, leaders or want more information about ways that we seek to provide a safe environment for all ages, contact RUC.

We have a system for handling concerns regarding children. The policy, process and complaint forms are
available at Alternatively you may report abuse by calling 1800 586 591.


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