One of the favorite traditions at PCC is the annual family fellowship retreat at Westminster Woods in Occidental California. It’s a fun time for children of all ages – from the very young to the young at heart. There are a variety of accommodations, with the word “camp” adapted to your own definitions! Bonds of friendship are made, laughs abound, and kids stay active with both athletic and creative offerings. Softball games, creek wading, games in the swimming pool, outdoor activities, crafts and wonderful singing and s’mores around the campfire are just a few highlights.
PCC Family Camp Registration is open!
Piedmont Community Church Family Camp will be Labor Day weekend – September 2nd-4th, 2017 ! We will arrive at Westminster Woods on Saturday, September 2nd in time for lunch, and we will stay through breakfast on September 4th. The cost is $180 per person (ages 6 and older), $70 for ages 3-5, under 3 is free. This cost includes 2 nights in a tent cabin and 6 delicious meals. Registration forms are available here Please reserve your spot by June 15th!
For those of you who have never attended, Family Camp is a magical time for making new friends and reconnecting with old ones. Every year we take time to relax and worship in the woods. There are many opportunities to enjoy nature and get to know other church members and friends. Westminster Woods is located in Occidental California. During your stay we will have organized activities throughout the day. You can choose to participate in them or relax on your own. You can go on a hike, make some crafts, or just relax. There are many trails for bike rides.There will be softball and volleyball, and swimming in the afternoon. In the evening, we have a shared time together for socializing before dinner. After dinner we have a campfire with singing and s’mores. After breakfast on Sunday, we have an outdoor church service and communion. There is something for everyone at Family Camp!
For more information about Westminster Woods, go to their website: www.westminsterwoods.org.
Contact Leslie Quantz for more information.