We hope you can join us online June 5-10, 2020!
Registration is open for Seabeck!
Spend a week of community and fun with your church family from the comfort and safety of your own home! Seabeck Virtual Camp will offer a time to unwind and reconnect with what matters to you.
Reflect on how we are called to think about and care for our natural and human world as we welcome our speaker, David Roon, Ph.D., Professor of Conservation Biology at the University of Idaho, and our camp musician, Betsy Rose. During the adult, youth, and children’s programming, we will learn about
Earthkeeping, a Christian approach to humanity’s
troubled relationship with God’s Creation.
Schedule—come to everything, or pick and choose!
The full most up-to-date schedule with details about each activitiy can be found on the Seabeck webpage.
- Morning devotions will be offered at 8 each morning, followed by coffee hour at 9.
- The adult and youth programs will run from 11-1:30, with a break for lunch.
- The children’s program will run 9-10.
- Each afternoon will feature talk-back session with David Roon at 4 plus some additional programming.
- Each evening will feature intergenerational fun and entertainment at 7:00 pm.
Sunday– Welcome Campfire
Monday– Campfire with Sunnyside Joke-Telling
Tuesday– Concert with Betsy Rose
Wednesday– Talent Show
Thursday– Shared Meal and Contra Band Concert
Additionally, there will be youth and young-adult specific programming later in the evening.
In lieu of the adult and youth program on Wednesday, you are encouraged to connect and serve in some of the offered workshops.
Tuesday afternoon will feature a book discussion led by Beth Bartholomew of the first 3 chapters of Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. We can provide links to those 3 chapters if you need them.
We need to know who’s coming! Once you register, you will receive information about how to access all the events. Find the link to registration here.
There are several pricing options. $0-90 for adults and $0-45 for children and youth. Choose the option that best fits your budget and level of participation. We want everyone to be able to attend this year!
If you are able, please consider making a donation to Seabeck Conference Center by clicking on the giving tab at the top of the Seabeck website or on the UCUCC website giving page, by choosing Seabeck Conference Center on the drop down box. They are experiencing a huge financial loss by not being able to host camp this summer.