“It is important that the members of our churches should attend our camp meetings. The enemies of truth are many; and because our numbers are few, we should present as strong a front as possible. Individually you need the benefits of the meeting, and God calls upon you to number one in the ranks of truth.” Testimonies Vol. 6, 38
The aim of this conference is to provide you with the possibility of rich spiritual blessings and to give you a chance to share those blessings with many who may have never heard the great news of the Gospel.
Our camp-meetings have another object. . . . They are to promote spiritual life among our own people. . . . God has committed to our hands a most sacred work, and we need to meet together to receive instruction, that we may be fitted to perform this work. We need to understand what part we shall individually be called upon to act in building up the cause of God in the earth, in vindicating God’s holy law, and in lifting up the Saviour as “the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” John 1:29. We need to meet together and receive the divine touch that we may understand our work in the home.” Testimonies Vol. 6, 32,33.
During this Conference the meetings will be focusing on the topic of “True Reformation”. What are its core elements? Why is reformation so much needed? Where does it start? These questions will be answered during this conference.
The Location of this conference is in the beautiful hills of Adelaide, in the town of Mylor, very close to the famous German town of Handorf.
The venue is a Christian campsite located in the beautiful surroundings of the hills of Adelaide
Mylor, SA 5153
There are a few types of accommodation
- Family Shared
- Shared for singles
- Your own tent
- Tent provided.
Please note that the Tent provided” option is limited; please register as soon as possible. Also bare in mind that temperatures can get very low during that time of the year so make sure you bring enough warm clothes and blankets.
Vegan Meals are provided throughout the camp. If you are gluten intolerant please remember to indicate that when you register.
Cost of conference:
The cost of conference is $210/person including accommodation, meals and other costs. We are able to offer a 10% discount to those staying for the entire duration of the camp. That means if you stay all 4 nights you will only pay $189/person.
Children under 5 stay free of charge.
For those who would like to stay in their own tents or use one of the tents provided by the campground you need to e-mail us for a price before you register. Our email address is: email@example.com
If you have any other special needs, diet related or other, please make sure you indicate that in the “Comments or special needs” text box when registering.
Airport or other pick-ups can be arranged, please make sure you indicate this when registering. Should you need accommodation before or after the conference dates, it is possible but this would be limited and needs to be arranged prior to registration. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 08 8376 0163
Registration is very important and needs to be done before the 4th March. It can be done either online or via phone: 08 8376 0163
Online registration is preferred! [Registration now closed]
Please do remember to register, we cannot provide you any kind of accommodation or food unless you registered before 4th March.
What to Bring?
- Towel and toiletries
- Warm blankets if you feel the cold
- Sabbath clothing
- Bible and hymnbooks
- Casual clothing and walking shoes for outing
- Umbrella in case of rain
29th March Friday is the day of arrival. Check-in is open from 12:00pm to 6:30pm. The conference will start at 7:00pm.
30th March Sabbath program is a usual Sabbath program featuring a youth meeting in the afternoon.
31st March Sunday will be a day dedicated to missionary work. In the morning there will be a Missionary presentation. In the afternoon there will be an outreach in one of the suburbs of Adelaide. Young people will present musical items, while helpers speak to interests and hand out literature.
“The Lord has a message for our cities, and this message we are to proclaim in our camp meetings and by other public efforts and also through our publications.” Testimonies vol. 7, 115.
1st April Monday will be a day of outing. We will travel about an hour to one of the most picturesque part of Adelaide. Spend time together on a little island while eating our lunch. The conference will close with the evening worship.
2nd April Tuesday is the check out date. The check out time is strictly no later than 10:00am.
This Spiritual Conference is organized by the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement South Australian Mission Field in conjunction with the Victorian/Tasmanian Field.