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1. I am the Lord your God you shall have no other Gods before me.
Quiet attentiveness and respect will be expected during all praise and worship sessions.


2. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.

No cursing (using God’s name inappropriately – words spoken in hatred, reproach or defiance)


3. You shall keep holy the Sabbath day.

Attend all faith related activities. (Permission and supervision is required should a participant need to leave an event prior to its conclusion.)


4. You shall honour your mother and your father.

Respect to God, all adults, camp counselors, peers and self is expected at all times.
Respect everyone’s skill level and skill choices.
Stay on site. Campers may not leave the camp site unless accompanied by a staff/volunteer.


5. You shall not kill.

No fighting.
No unsupervised water sports (swimming, boating, skiing, tubing, etc.)
Lifejackets are mandatory in all watercraft.
Cabin curfew is 11:00p.m.
Smoking, drugs, alcohol or sexual activity is prohibited and will result in immediate expulsion from camp.


6. You shall not commit adultery.

Modesty respects EVERYONE and includes appropriate behaviour, language, conversation and dress (swimsuits must be modest – preferably one-piece or covered up, shorts should be 5 inches long).


7. You shall not steal.

No defacing or destroying property. (Damage incurred on-site will be the financial responsibility of the parent/guardian.) No excessive waste of food.
No slothfulness (laziness).
You mess you clean!


8. You shall not bear false witness.

No telling lies.
No gossip or harming of another’s reputation.


9. You shall not covet your neighbour’s wife.

No reading /viewing of sexually explicit books, magazines, movies, etc.
No dating/romantic relationships to be initiated. Starting an exclusive relationship while at camp is not permitted, as it can be harmful to group unity.


10. You shall not covet your neighbour’s goods.

Do not be greedy.


Behaviour Intervention Plan

Behaviour is a choice... we choose to behave or misbehave and thus choose the consequences of our chosen behaviour. To ensure a safe environment for our campers we need to have our campers observing correct behaviour.
Anyone in violation of any of God’s commandments will receive the appropriate consequence for their behaviour in accordance with Christian teaching using the following procedure:

  • The issue and culprit(s) will be identified and information gathered from all parties involved should it be necessary.

  • Right from Wrong will be explained with compassion and diplomacy.

  • A plan for appropriate corrective behaviour will be discussed and implemented accordingly, encouraging reconciliation between parties if necessary.
    Should the behaviour continue uncorrected, the parent/guardian may be included in a conference or be required to withdraw their child from camp. (Should expulsion be necessary no registration refund will be granted.)


  • What negative behaviour has taken place?

  • When, Where and Why did it take place?

  • What are the expected changes to this behaviour that must be made?

  • When must this behaviour be modified?

  • What will result if this behaviour is not modified?

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