FEBRUARY 01 - 04, 2020
BC CAMPING CONFERENCE
The BC Camping Conference is linked event, co- organized by the BC Camps Association (BCCA) and the Fellowship of Christian Camps (FCC). This annual gathering is for people passionate about camps in British Columbia. Every late January/ early February, 180 people from 40 member camps gather to share knowledge, swap stories, play together, and celebrate camping in British Columbia. From staff to board members, owners to operators, everyone is welcome to attend!
WHY CELEBRATE CAMPING?
Camps play an important role in our society. We offer an immersion in adventure, the first taste of responsibility, a meeting space for life-long relationships, connection with nature and with spirituality, a space to find authenticity and, most importantly, fun!
Joel Hilchey- Whether writing books, leading his creative team of education reformers, or creating unforgettable spectacles on the stage, his job is always the same: To help people see beyond the bothersome limits of what is and imagine a better way. ... more
Professor McMaster University
Kathleen Hilchey is a conflict specialist. With a decade in outdoor education and another decade as a high school teacher, she is now focused on sharing her programs and counselling techniques to help resolve seemingly impossible conflicts. ... more
Nikola Girke is an four time, 3 sport Olympian in sailing and windsurfing. Nikola has honed in on her professional athletic career, and taken lessons learned to create a new path of business and emotional intelligence coaching - helping others to their own podium...more
Executive Coach, 4x Olympian
One Hope Canada
One Hope Canada partners with local churches to develop life-long followers of Jesus by clearly communicating the Gospel to more than 28,000 children and youth each year through 45 camps, community outreaches, and creative ministry strategies...more
STILLWOOD CAMP AND CONFERENCE CENTRE
Amidst breathtaking beauty, Stillwood Camp and Conference Centre is located in Columbia Valley, near Chilliwack, British Columbia.
Stillwood sits on 100 acres, enveloped in majestic trees, borders on Provincial park land and overlooks the beautiful Cultus Lake near Chilliwack. With all the outdoor activities and fresh air, you are sure to work up a healthy appetite. Meals of a high standard are served regularly, enhancing time together while the day’s lessons are digested. As old and new friends break bread together, the buzz around the tables amplifies the signature Stillwood atmosphere of joy and celebration.
Rest is welcome after a day of challenge and recreation in Stillwood’s remarkable mountain setting. Day’s end is a good time to curl up in front of a fireplace with a friend and talk about your experiences, or just be alone with your thoughts. At night, you can often find bonfires scattered between the lodges.
The facilities and staff at Stillwood strike a good balance between excellence and humility, and provide the space for encouragement and growth of the whole person. Come and see what makes the Stillwood experience so unique.