Family Programs

-  family camps   -  service events -  fundraising activities -

Shared memories help families to stay together, especially when busy lives keep us apart so often. Camp is a great place for everyone to enjoy as individuals and as families. There are many ways for your family to get involved and to help support the ministry of Kuriakos.

  • SERVE at KURIAKOS Work Weekends

    - building - cleaning - repairing - painting - sorting -

    Click here to view Photos of Volunteers Helping in May 2016


    Family May Days                      May 18-20, 2018


    Thanksgiving at the Lake        Oct 6-8, 2017


    Friday 8pm to Sunday 8pm.  Come for as much as you like!

    Thanksgiving Dinner at 6pm on Saturday, followed by celebration for Ken and Carol's Retirement


    Service weekends are a great opportunity to work and play together. All ages are welcome, there is something for everyone to do to help out. Tools and equipment are provided, although you may choose to bring your own.

    When not working, there will be games, worship, campfires, and time to hang out with new friends. You provide the labour, we provide the food, accommodations, activities, worship, and jobs that need to be done!


  • Family Advent Retreat

    November 10-12, 2017

    $150+gst/adult    $80+gst/kid      max $300/family

    Join us at this new retreat for families and congregations.

    Congregations are encouraged to bring their Sunday School participants and leaders.


    This year's theme, Why Wait?, focusses on the reasons for Advent, and will help us to prepare for Christmas with our congregations and our families. You'll leave Kuriakos with resources for sharing Advent with the rest of your congregation, and a plan for how to live out this season of preparation within your family.


    This retreat is intended to enrich faith and worship, providing support for practicing Advent. It's a chance for families to become involved in worship, and for congregations to share ideas. Enjoy a weekend Set Apart to be Together as your family and congregations still and settle for a season of waiting and anticipation.

  • - kids of all ages - grandparents - singles - blended families - empty nesters -

    Give your family a unique opportunity to play, worship, learn, and grow together. Enjoy activities of all kinds, worship, and delicious food, with faith integrated into all aspects of life at camp.  Staff support each camper as role models and friends.

    Family Camp I       July 15-20, 2018


    Family Camp II     August 19-24, 2018

    Guest Speaker - Rev. Kristian Wold, Calgary


    Grandparents/Grandkids       July 29 - Aug 1 and Aug 1-3, 2018

    Guest Speaker - Rev. David Holmes of Rimbey, AB
    This program is planned specially for Grandparents and Grandchildren to attend together. Supervised activities are provided each morning and late afternoon, allowing Grandparents to enjoy a vacation and enjoy camp with their family. Campers age 8-16 will join in the MAD Camp program.

    For the fullest experience, stay for the week.  If you're short on time, try just 1-2 nights. Choose camp accommodations or bring your own RV/tent.  A summary of the program is available HERE.

  • FREE OPEN HOUSE

    Sunday, June 17, 2018    1:00pm - 4:00pm

    Don't miss out on this great way to start your summer at camp.

    This FREE event is open to everyone. A perfect way to introduce your friends and neighbours to the fun of Kuriakos! 

    Activities and tours will be offered all afternoon. Just drop by!
    Registration is not required

    Activities offered will include climbing wall, lakefront boating and swimming, craft room, low ropes challenge course, games in the field, archery and more. Weather may alter the final list, but there's always something fun to do, rain or shine, at Kuriakos!

  • Dad+Kids Camping Weekend

    Sep 15-17, 2017

    $150+gst/adult   $75+gst/kid     max $300/family

    Want to work on your camping skills with your kids?  You can at Kuriakos!   (with the comfort of knowing that if it really rains, you can also sleep in the  dorm). Work on your fire building, outdoor cooking, packing, and shelter building skills. Try packing a canoe, identifying forest flora, or navigating your way around the wild. Spend as much time as you can outside, but if someone really needs a nap inside, that's ok.

    This program is designed for families to learn together, so you can put these skills to use after camp too. All kids, aged 7-18 are welcome to attend with their dad. Some friends are like family too, so grab a couple and be a family for the weekend, learning to adventure together.

    You can expect campfires, worship, and integrated bible study designed to help you use the outdoors to engage your kids, friends, even your dads in faithful conversation.