Canterbury Fails: A Medieval Experience of Our Eternal Faith

August 7-13, 2022

Through the use of games, activities, meals, and low-key teaching, this week-long camp will demonstrate both some of the absurdities of medie- val life and religious belief, and the eternal truths and wisdom underlying some day-to-day activities of regular folks and in the church. Each day will have a unique focus (peasant life, chivalry, monasticism, nobility, and a ‘quest for the Holy Grail’). In addition, it will examine the Lord’s Prayer on a line by line basis, as a model for modern living. We (hope/expect/are planning a) to have a visit from the Bishop. This camp is inclusive, and will have activities suitable for a range of skills, capabilities, and interests.

Camp Harding is operated by the Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle. It is situated in the center block of the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park on the Saskatchewan side approximately 30 km southwest of Maple Creek on Highway 21.

Cost

$400

E-transfers can be made to [email protected].

Registration contact

Laura French, Diocesan Camp Representative: [email protected]

If cost is prohibitive, contact Laura for possible supports.

Drop Off

Sun Aug. 7th at 3pm

Pick Up

Sat. Aug. 13th, 12pm-2pm

Packing List

  • Bible
  • pen or pencils
  • flash light
  • clothes (enough for the full week)
  • bunny hug
  • pajamas
  • jackets and rain gear
  • hiking shoes
  • small backpack
  • water bottle
  • bug spray
  • hats
  • sunscreen
  • toiletries
  • towel
  • fitted bed sheet
  • pillow
  • sleeping bag
  • extra blankets