For Boys & Girls aged 6-12 years*. The aim of the camp is to give children the opportunity
to form a personal relationship with Jesus, through activities such as Arts & Crafts,
Drama, Dance and Action Songs, Music, Team Games, prayer and plenty of fun! The leaders
for the week are local volunteers supported by local clergy and members of the Family
of Mary Community, and also members of Youth 2000, young people who are deeply committed
Catholics and all give voluntarily of their time. In accordance with Cloyne Diocesan
Policy, all volunteers will be Garda Vetted.
The Faith Camp runs from 10am – 3pm daily from Monday 23rd– Thursday 26th July 2018
COST OF CAMP: § €40 for first child & €25 per additional child from the same family.
If paying by cheque/postal order, please make payable to “Mitchelstown Faith Camp”.
Should cost be a concern, please talk to Canon Fitzgerald. Please ensure that full
payment is made before the first day of the camp. The number of places available
is limited. This is a non-profit venture – money will be used for materials, equipment
and subsistence of visiting youth leaders.
*Open to children from age 6 upwards (or 5 year olds who have completed Junior Infants)
Application forms available at the back of the three Churches, from the Parish Office
or from any of the Primary Schools or by clicking here. For more details please contact
Catherine Hanley (087) 7727496.
All children attending Mitchelstown Faith Camp, out of respect for themselves, fellow
camp attendees and leaders, are expected to adhere to the following Code of Conduct:
In the event of you, the parent or guardian, having any concerns about your child
during their time at camp, please feel free to contact one of the leaders at camp.
In the unlikely event that a child fails to uphold the Code of Conduct, the camp
reserves the right to contact the parents. Every effort will be made to resolve
the issue, but we reserve the right to request that the child be collected.
Faith Camp Code of Conduct
Respect each other.
Respect the leaders.
Listen when others are speaking.
No bullying allowed.
Use of mobile phones is not allowed.
If you’re worried or frightened about anything, tell somebody.