Beulah Campground Browns Flat, New Brunswick
The Church is in a time of steep decline. Memberships are dwindling, young people are departing, and donations are decreasing. If this weren’t enough, our culture is quickly and increasingly turning hostile towards the Christian faith. How do we navigate the difficulties of our present age? How do we respond to a post-Christian culture? How do we engage a society immersed in secularism with the gospel? Is there a future for the Church? In a time where Christianity is losing ground, our impulse may be to panic, give up, or lose hope. But what if this time of unbelief was actually an opportunity for renewal? What if there were a way of living that showed our neighbors the truth and beauty of our faith?
Even in these difficult times, we have a reason to be courageous.
THIS YEAR'S SPEAKER:
James has been an Associate Pastor at HCC since September 2009. He's passionate about seeing a church that is both reaching the lost and growing deeper in faith. James grew up on P.E.I. and received a BA of Bible from Maritime Christian College in 2009. In 2016 James received a Master of Arts (Religion) in Pastoral Leadership degree at MCC. He and his wife Shannon, have a son and a daughter. James hopes to see the Toronto Maple Leafs hoist the Stanley Cup in his lifetime.
$50 Registration fee
$75 Registration fee
$150 Registration fee
All your meals included in registration fee!
Registration and accommodation fees can be paid via eTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can email Bonnie Eadle at the same address to make other payment arrangeents.
Rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis as paid registrations are received; all prices are for the full weekend.
1 double - $130
2 doubles - $140
These rooms are just like a hotel (but no phone or tv) with bedding and linens provided and private bathroom. There are 9 on the main level and 9 on the second floor, there is no elevator.
These rooms are on the second floor over the dining hall, there is no elevator. They each have a sink in the room, the washrooms and showers are down the hall and shared. You may either bring your own bedding or have bedding included for an additional charge ($10).
Two twin bed rooms
One double bed rooms
Four twin bed room
One double bed, two twin bed room
These are a short walk from the main campground buildings. You must bring your own bedding/towels. Rooms are large, and each room has a private bathroom and a private entrance with a few outside stairs.
A single-level, accessible, 24 room facility with centrally located bathrooms and a common area adjacent to an exterior deck overlooking the Saint John River. You must bring your own bedding and towels.
A rustic, 2-storey facility with each of the rooms opening onto a wrap-around veranda. Washrooms are on the main level with sinks and toilets only. You must bring your own bedding and towels.