Frequently Asked Questions

The Camp will have a hybrid format with both in-person and online activities. Plenary and Worship Sessions will be delivered on online platforms. Selected outreach activities will be held in-person, in Camp Groups of up to 5 pax. All in-person activities will adhere to prevailing COVID-19 safety measures.

Check the Camp Programme and Outreach Opportunities to find out which activities will be conducted online or in-person!

Register for the Camp at!

A representative from your Camp Group is to register on behalf of the Group. Each Camp Group consists of up to five (5) Small Group members or church friends, and pre-believing family and friends (guests).

Registration closes Sunday, 22 August.

Please register in Camp Groups of up to 5 pax, including your pre-believing guests. Small Groups of more than 5 persons can register as multiple, separate Camp Groups.

Yes, all worshippers at Faith are welcome and encouraged to attend the Camp! Please refer to Q2 for registration instructions.

Form a Camp Group of up to 5 pax with your church friends and pre-believing guests! Alternatively, you may wish to join a Camp Group you know of to take part in the Camp.

Participants who register as Individuals or groups of <5 may be grouped together to form Camp Groups at the church’s discretion.

Indeed you can! The church would like to partner with our members to bring as many pre-believers as possible to the Camp. The outreach activities are meant for you to interact and share your faith with them, and for them to see and join in as we show God’s love to people around us. Take this Camp as a good opportunity for you to bring God’s love to and care for your pre-believing family and friends!

Your personal information is required by the Camp Organizing Committee for Camp logistics, planning, activities, and any resources or gifts that could be given relating to the Camp. The Organizing Committee will take all necessary precautions to safeguard and appropriately use your data for the sole purposes of the Camp only.

No, there are no Camp fees – this Camp is free for all to attend!

There is a list of outreach options that your Camp Group can choose from! Each of these activities has an outreach objective but needs to be adapted for your pre-believing guests and their backgrounds. Please register for these activities early to avoid disappointment as they have limited capacities.

Your Camp Group can also plan your own outreach activities to suit your preferences, talents, and spiritual gifts!

Suggested Outreach Options:

  • Alpha Marriage Course – Introductory session to a well-known marriage course
  • Teach Children From Thailand – Conduct an online topical lesson
  • Parenting Talk With Thais – Encourage Thai parents by sharing your joys and fears as a parent
  • Batik Painting – Sharing your faith through group Batik painting
  • Befriender’s Amazing Race – A race to get to know the community
  • Chinese Calligraphy – Learning how to share your faith through group calligraphy
  • Pastel Art – Sharing your faith through pastel art
  • Alpha Panel / Experiential Session – Alpha Panel & Experiential Session for your pre-believing guests
  • Love Feast – Invite pre-believing guests for a fellowship meal that you can prepare together
  • Adopt-A-Block (AAB) – Invite AAB residents for lunch
  • Let’s Get Physical! – Invite pre-believing guests for a picnic / exercise / games
  • Let’s Get On-Board! – Invite pre-believing guests to play board / card games
  • Worship / Watch / Read Together! – Invite pre-believing guests for a faith sharing session
  • Organize Your Own Outreach Activity! – Organize your own outreach activity entirely catered to your pre-believing family and friends!

The duration of each outreach activity varies. Some are online activities that can take between 1.5 – 2 hours. Others such as Let’s Get Physical! which is a day out doing in-person activities can be decided by your Camp Group, following the Camp Programme guidelines.

Generally no. For selected activities such as crafts and calligraphy, a resource pack will be provided to each Camp Group. These resource packs will be complimentary and available for collection from the church when they are ready.

However, there are some activities for which the Camp Group can bear some costs for their pre-believing guests. For example, if hosting a Love Feast, each member of the Group can contribute a food dish to share with each other and their guests. Similarly, Let’s Get Physical! may involve booking an indoor court for which the Group can bear the cost.

No, there will be no reimbursements for expenses incurred during the Camp.

However, each Camp participant will be disbursed $40/pax in the form of GrabFood vouchers. This disbursement will be done via your Camp Group IC (who registered on behalf of your Group) after the Camp. Details on the disbursement will be given to your Camp Group IC after the Camp.

Outreach activities are meant to be done together as a Camp Group with your pre-believing guests. The activities provide the time and opportunity to fellowship together and share your faith by:

  • Sharing personal testimonies
  • Sharing the Gospel
  • Bringing God’s love to and caring for people and communities
  • Helping pre-believers understand our Christian faith

The outreach activities are a starting point for your Camp Group to care for and share with your pre-believing guests. Continue reaching out to them even after the Camp and lead them to Jesus!

  • Please observe and look out for each other to ensure that as a church, we adhere strictly to the national COVID-19 safety measures:
    – Please keep to your Camp Group of up to 5 pax throughout the Camp
    – Strictly no intermingling between Camp Groups at any time during the Camp
    – Campers are not allowed to “hop” between Camp Groups at different times during the Camp
    – Mask up and observe best personal hygiene practices at all times
  • Camp Groups that are organizing their own outreach activity are encouraged to decentralize their activity and location. This is to minimize the risk of intermingling with other Camp Groups, especially participants from their own Small Group
  • Camp Groups participating in outreach activities held in Faith Methodist Church / Anglo-Chinese Junior College premises will have to observe safety measures enforced by the organizing Ministry and/or assigned staff, including TraceTogether Checking In/Out, temperature-taking, and safe distancing.

A Host Pack will be given to each participant hosting their Camp Group in their home, as a watch party for the Worship & Plenary livestream sessions and/or outreach activities, where applicable. Host Packs are to help hosts make their homes more welcoming and friendly to their Camp Group members and pre-believing guests! Each Camp Group will be given a maximum of one (1) Host Pack.

Each Host Pack contains:

  • Camp Balloons – Decorate your home!
  • Napkins – For meals together!
  • Photo Op Banner – Ready your home for wefies!
  • Snack Packs – Between-meal bites
  • Notebooks – Take notes and reflections!
  • Pens – Take notes and reflections!
  • Corporate Gifts – Camp memorabilia for each participant!

Host Packs will be available for collection from the church when they are ready. Camp Group ICs (who registered on behalf of their Camp Group) will be notified of the collection details of the Host Pack.

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