Come and join us over your holidays on one of our Easter or Summer camps.
It’s a great chance to get away with your friends, study the Bible, share in worship, live in community and have a laugh with our extensive range of activities ranging from instructed activities, to games, to inflatables, to jamming sessions and chipper trips!
(Camps commence at 7pm on the first day and end at 11am on the final day)
Easter Kids’ Camp (4th – 6th class) 15th – 19th April 2019
Easter Camp (secondary school) 22nd – 26th April 2019
Greystones CSSM www.greystonescssm.com 14th – 26th July 2019
Summer Camp (entering 2nd-4th Year) 7th – 13th July 2019
Summer Kids’ Camp (entering 5th, 6th class & 1st Year) 28th July – 3rd August
Dun Laoghaire CSSM (Click Here) 11th – 16th August
RAW (entering 5th year – 19 years old) 18th – 24th August
Dunlaoghaire CSSM 11th to 18th August 2019
In 2018 we launched a new CSSM in Dun Laoghaire and it was amazing!
The dates for 2019 CSSM are 11th – 18th August and we are running an all age service each morning and groups for children in the afternoon and evening. The best news is that it is entirely free so come along
Greystones CSSM 14th to 26th July 2019
In 2019 we will be running our CSSM in Greystones for the 123rd year. It runs for 2 weeks on Greystones south beach and we’d love you to join us. Just register online for free and come along to our morning all age services or our children and teens groups.
Camps: Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I sleep?
Children will sleep in single sex dorm style rooms. Bedding is provided, children just need to bring a towel. A child may request to share a room with a friend which we will do our best to accommodate. This is available on the booking form. Leaders rooms will be clearly marked on each corridor should a child need to find a leader during the night.
Can I bring a phone/handheld games console?
We discourage bringing anything that is valuable and may be broken or lost. Phones are not permitted in dorms so if you need to bring a phone we will check it in a registration and it will be given out a free time so you can text or call home. Parents/Guardians will have an emergency contact number for the main camp leader and children can request to use a leaders phone if they wish to call home.
Do I have to do the activities?
We don’t force anyone to do anything, but we hope that you would like to be able to have a go. All of our instructors are fully qualified.
Do I need money?
No, the cost of camp is all inclusive. We do provide a tuck shop which will be open at a variety of times. We suggest that you bring no more than €10 if so and this also can be checked in at registration and handed out at tuck-shop time.
Can I bring snacks?
Food is not permitted in rooms and we reserve the right to confiscate it. We ask that parents be sensible in what sweets, chocolate and fizzy drinks they give their children. The last thing we want if for a child to be sick and have to go home early. Please note that all food and snacks are included in the cost so it is not necessary to bring anything. Please be aware that there may be people on camp with food allergies (especially nuts).
What should I bring?
Before camp you will receive a travel letter from the main leader stating what you should bring so please refer to that for specifics. This also will have arrival and departure times (as they may vary for each camp). However, some essential items are:
- Change of clothes
- Coat (children will be outside)
- Spare/old shoes
- Bible (if you don’t have one we have spares)
- Consent form & payment (if you haven’t submitted it to the leader already)