Summer Camp

Bagno Romeo

Cesenatico, Italy

$1000.00 + Air Fare

Price includes the following:
- lodging
- food
- day-trip
- transportation

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Host Missionary

This summer camp is done in partnership with Pastor Fabiano Nicodemo and the Cesena church.

Fabiano Nicodemo



Conditions

Current conditions at location


Summary

The church in Cesena has been looking for ways to share the gospel with high school and middle school students in Italy. When school is out and the weather is hot, Italians head to the sea to relax and cool down. So, we brought the camp to them, on the beach. Camp is an adventurous, week-long, day-camp that allows kids to experience love of Christ in tangible ways. Each day is packed with fun from our full schedule of games, crafts, English lessons, memory verses, cabin time, water games, boat races, spirit day, and much more.

The Bagno Romeo graciously hosts the event at their beach front property. Emanuel and his staff adopt the camp program into their yearly schedule putting us on display for the community.


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Schedule

June/July 2016

 
Calendar

Thursday 6/24: Recommended Departure Date
Saturday 6/26: Rest day
Sunday 6/27: Italian Church Service
Monday 6/28 - Friday 7/01: Camp during the day Saturday 7/02: Day-trip
Sunday 7/03: Recommended Return Date 

 

Housing

During the ministry portion of the trip

Academia Celeste
www.villaggioaccademia.it


Roles

Camp Counselors

Camp Counselors spend the more direct time with the students. Each counselor is assigned a cabin and is responsible for them through out the week. They directly represent the hands and feet of Christ to each student in their cabin.

Program Staff

Program staff is the behind-the-scenes foundation of camp. There are no team members who are more valuable. They focus on setting up and tearing down each activity as the day progresses. Staff are the camp cheerleaders, encouraging each student as each day of camp is complete.


Training

 

Saturday - April 23, 2016 -- Montavilla Baptist Church
Friday - May 13th , 2016 -- Montavilla Baptist Church
Saturday - May 14th, 2016 -- Montavilla Baptist Church
Saturday - June 3rd, 2016 -- Montavilla Baptist Church 


Vacation Days

Rome: 2.5 days

Florence, Venice, or Torino: 1 day


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FAQs

Do I need a passport to come on this trip?

Yes, to travel outside of the United States, you must have a passport to enter into the Eurpean Union and to safely re-enter the United States upon your return. If you don't already have a passport, it could take time. Please allow extra time for the State Department to process your application.

What happens if I can not make all the trainings, can I still go?

Italy is a tricky place. Their culture is complex. They do not operate the same way as we do in the States. That is why we train. We ask that everyone commit to the best of their ability to make all the trainings. We ask you to commit to a minimum of three (3) trainings. This may seem extreme (and it is), but it really helps us to come together as a team before we leave the States. If you are unable to make all the trainings, we will work with you to make sure you are up-to-speed before you take off. If you do not live around the Portland, OR area, we ask that you use Skype or FaceTime to virtually join us.

When does all of my money need to be paid? Can I fundraise?

All your money must be deposited into your account at Kingdom Ministries no later than one week before your departure date. But, to ensure reservatios are secure for our team, the sooner the better.

Do I need to speak Italian to come on this trip?

No! You do not need to know any Italian to go on this trip. We will be giving the team a crash course in Italian. Our hope is that everyone will be able to say 10 phrases before they leave!


Reviews

David Hughes

You get to build real relationships with young people half the world away. These relationships will be meaningful for the rest of their life.

-- David Hughes

Judy Brant

Seeing the unexpected happen, God opening door never ceases to amaze me. It is thrilling to realize I was there as things unfolded. The Lord was at work and I got to be there.

-- Judy Brant