Saturday 8th – Saturday 15th July 2023
Welcome back to the best week of your lives!
Kincraig Juniors, a mixed camp for S1-3, is packed full of games, challenges, and adventures. With capture the flag, water sports, messy games, laser tag, morning fitness (optional!), bonfires and s’mores- we’ve got it all!
Whether you’re coming on your own or with friends, this is the perfect place to create memories with friends new and old. At the core of our week, we’ll be learning more about Jesus, God’s grace, and the joy it is to follow Him. So, bring your messy clothes, bring your questions and we’ll see you there!
Team Leader, Kincraig Juniors
Sheona is from the Highlands but grew up in India and has just moved to Northern Ireland with her husband Chris. She became a Christian in her late teens through the witness of her family and other older Christians being willing to answer her questions about God, His grace, and the Bible. Sheona has continued to grow in her faith through the Christian Union at University, faithful friends and churches who have taught and discipled her.
Sheona has attended camps as a camper and a leader from 2009 until now and her love for them grows every year. She met some of her best friends there and learnt so much about faith and what it means to follow Jesus.
Sheona loves overusing words like ‘joy’, ‘bop’, and ‘dreamy’. She loves challenging herself with new wacky activities and is very competitive so if you end up in her team, you’d better win!
TEAM LEADER, KINCRAIG Juniors
Euan is a junior doctor living and working in the sunny city of Dundee, but grew up in Skye and studied in Glasgow. This will be Euan’s 5th time leading at FCYC and 3rd time at Kincraig.
Euan is a member at St Peter’s Free Church where he helps with music and leads one the youth groups. He also helps run a kids club at the Charleston church plant. Euan plays the fiddle, is usually the one to get a bus sing song started at camp, and loves a bit of organised fun.
Camps have played a huge part in Euan’s own growth as a Christian and he always finds it exciting to see how God is going to use camp each year. He had so much fun at Kincraig Juniors last year and he can’t wait to come back for more this summer!
Cairngorms Christian Centre