Cool Burn, an intercultural camp for young people will be held from Saturday 17–Sunday 18 May. For young people aged 13 and up, the camp will be an opportunity to learn about intercultural issues and to get to know other Uniting Church young people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Rev Tony Floyd, national director of Multicultural and Cross-cultural Ministry with the Uniting Church in Australia will be leading a session as will local leaders such as Rev Tony Keva, Paul Montague, Milton Wynne, Judy Sanderson and Rev David Kriel. An activity of Multicultural Ministry and First Third Ministry, Cool Burn will be full of new friendships, leadership opportunities, inspiration, activities, surprises, fun and food. You will also be able to connect to a network of other young people passionate about faith and intercultural activities.
Rick Morrell, First Third team leader at the Uniting Church in WA said that the camp will be a lasting experience for attendees.
“The hope for Cool Burn is that the young people who attend will form lasting connections which will grow deeper over time,” he said.
Cool Burn will be held at Alfred Hines Seaside Camp, Hymus St, Rockingham from 10.00am Saturday 17 May–12noon Sunday 18 May. Cost is $25.
For more information and to register contact Rev Dr Emanuel Audisho or Rick Morrell on (08) 9260 9800 or 1300 736 692 for country callers.