This summer, join 100 students, young professionals, and creatives from around Aotearoa, New Zealand for seven days as we explore the rich, transforming Christian faith and what it means for our lives.
What’s it all about?
The Christian faith is deep, alive, and worth living well. It speaks of our world as filled with beauty and meaning, created by a good God with good purpose. It calls us to live lives marked by wonder, imagination, deep thought, rich feeling, love, courage, and service. This faith has transformed the lives of men and women for generations: it’s given new energy and meaning to the student at her desk, the worker in his office, the athlete with her team, the writer with his pen, the scientist in her lab.
For more than a decade, Summer Conference has been helping young adults explore this vision of God, ourselves, and the world, and how it affects all parts of life. Over a week of learning, conversation, good food, and fun, you too can come to see the truth, beauty, and challenge of the Christian life.
What can I expect?
The week-long conference is challenging, life-giving, and creative. It’s for young adults 18-30 years old, is fully residential, and is held at St Peter’s School, Cambridge in the beautiful Waikato from 6 January to 13 January, 2023.
The conference is dynamic and expansive: across the week, you will be immersed in rich teaching, creative responses, local field trips, and group discussions. You’ll also have heaps of time in the afternoons to soak up the sun and to cool off in Lake Karapiro.
How much does it cost?
The week is fully residential and prices include all meals, accommodation, and conference materials. We have weekly, fortnightly, or monthly payment plans available.
Scholarships and Sponsorship are also available by application, thanks to our generous community of donors.
Check out our website for more information and to register. All registrations close 9 December, 2022.