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Cool Summer Programs - Summer Camp 2014

With our "Hire a Student" Grants, we have been able to run summer camp programs for children ages 4-11. The fun starts in July. Watch this site for more information and registration for summer camp. The summer camps also provide a great opportunity for High School Youth to earn their community service hours.


CAMP It'Z a GuD LyPH - Vacation Bible Camp - August 12-16, 2014

CAMP It'Z a GuD LyPh is North Bramalea's annual summer camp for kids ages 4-10. 80 kids from the church and the neighbourhood spend mornings at the church during camp week in August. Church volunteers include experienced teachers and a mentoring program for young leaders from the high school and junior high groups.

For any questions or inquiries about camp or children's programs at NBUC, please contact:
Heather Stevenson at hstevenson@nbuc.ca
Debbie Johnson djohnson@nbuc.ca
Or the NBUC Main Office at 905-450-8003.

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Image of the Invisible Youth and Young Adult Winter Retreat

January 31st to February 2, 2014 at Teen Ranch in Orangeville, ON for grade 7-12, young adults and leaders. Deadline: December 15, 2013.

Explore faith, music, art, community, snow tubes, horses and more.

Special guest - The Right Reverend Gary Paterson,
United Church of Canada Moderator

Youth from North Bramalea will be subsidized for half the $100.00 cost of the retreat.

Image of Invisible Please click here to download poster

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Messengers and Explorers (mid-week girls' group)

The Messengers Group is a spiritual growth program for girls aged 6-8 years and 9-11. The program is designed to support the motto:

"This is God's message . . . that we should love one another." (1 John 3:11)
The girls meet Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the church from early September until the first part of May.

The girls take on practical projects to make a difference in the church and in the community; e.g. collecting dry goods for the church pantry; making crafts to sell at the church bazaar; distributing crafts to the seniors living in Extendicare. Contact Nancy Leeson personally or by e-mail at office@nbuc.ca.

Contact: Nancy Leeson

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Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

North Bramalea hosts Scouts Canada groups for boys. The program is run by Scouts Canada, with extensive volunteer leadership by members of the congregation. For information, contact the leader of the relevant age group through the church office.

Contact: Beavers (Dave Keough); Cubs (Patrick Hanley); Scouts (Ken Moodie ) through the church office office@nbuc.ca.

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