Kincraig Kids 3

Welcome to Kincraig Kids 3: a week of fun and games in the beautiful Cairngorms! With lots of great activities in the local area and a trip or two to Inverness, there will be something new to do every day. It doesn’t matter whether you’re coming to camp on your own or not, you’ll have lots of new friends by the end of the week.

Together we’ll be taking part in activities, challenges and games, but most importantly, we’ll be learning about Jesus and how He wants us to live life to the full! So join us for a week of food, friendship and fun in Kincraig!

Team Leaders

Age:  P5-P7 (Mixed)
Cost:  £300
Places:  26

Team Leader, Kincraig Kids 3

Murdo was born and brought up on the Isle of Lewis and came to faith in his late teens while working as an electrician. He is now currently serving the Lord as the minister in Barvas Free Church. Murdo is married to Alison, who is a nurse, and they have three energy-filled boys – David, Finlay & Daniel.

Murdo loves being at camp as a leader, but was always too shy to go to camp as a child, which is something he regrets. He hopes that others won’t do the same so makes sure everyone is welcome, whether coming along for the first time or coming back for more fun and games! Apart from causing chaos among the campers, Murdo’s favourite thing about camp is singing, speaking & sharing about our wonderful Saviour, Jesus Christ. There’s no one like Him, and we want everyone to know, love and follow Him.

Murdo is looking forward to teaming up with Hugh, although he knows he will need a lot of helpful campers to keep Hugh right!

Team Leader, Kincraig Kids 3

Hugh was brought up in a Christian home in Alness and came to faith in his mid-teens.  From an early age he felt called to the ministry and studied theology at St Andrews University and then Edinburgh Theological Seminary.  Since graduating he’s served as the minister in Thurso & North Coast Free Church and is currently the minister in the High Free Church, Stornoway.  He’s married to Natalie who works in a day care centre that provides support for adults.

Hugh went to Kincraig Camp when he was still in school and has very happy memories of it.  Over the last seven years Hugh’s loved helping out at church and presbytery camps but this is his first time as a Team Leader!  For Hugh the best bit about camp is thinking about who Jesus is and what it means to live for Him – regardless of how young or old you are.

Hugh’s really looking forward to leading this camp with his friend Murdo and hopes that it will be a time for all the campers to make similar friendships.


Cairngorms Christian Centre
The Brae
PH21 1QD