05 Oct 2018 | Arnold Philip and SLM Staff
This group started out in the year 2000 with two (2) families - the Phillip's and Brunette's, who decided to come away from the Carnival festivities and go camping. The families camped at Pigeon Point beach for eight years then switched to Ffryes beach. Every year they've encouraged other families and youths to join them and experience camping and nature at its best.
Five years ago, the campers decided to come up with a name. It was voted and agreed that they should call themselves "Kodiak Campers" since most of the tents are Kodiak Flex-bow tents. The Kodiak Campers have been camping at the Ffryes Beach as their annual staycation over the past 10 years. From their homemade tents to
The Kodiak Campers want to become a "camping ministry" where non-Seventh-day Adventists can come and camp with them. This year, one of their campers (D. Roberts) invited two of her non-Seventh-day Adventist friends who have never camped before, to come and enjoy the camping experience.
On Sunday, September 9, 2018, the campers decided to give back to the restroom facilities located at the Ffryes Beach, their usual
They are thanking God for the opportunity and privilege He has given to them as a family to impact the lives of many young people in a positive way. They are encouraged to come to camp away from the annual Carnival festivities and to relax and enjoy family togetherness, build relationships and have a closer walk with Jesus through the atmosphere of camping.
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