For the Family
Kids’ Movie: The Peanuts Movie
Prepare to dream big and laugh out loud with Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, and the rest of the beloved Peanuts gang. Charlie Brown embarks upon an epic and heroic quest, while his best pal, the lovable beagle Snoopy, takes to the skies to pursue his arch-nemesis, the Red Baron. The Peanuts Movie will prove that every underdog has his day. Rated G. This is not an adult-supervised event; parents/guardians are welcome to attend. Popcorn and drink boxes provided.
Family Event: The Great Scavenger Hunt
The race is on! Get your team together, solve the riddles and clues, search for items, seek out the correct answers and be the first team back to win. Every team must have at least one child under 12 – beg, borrow, (don’t steal) a child, if necessary, to play! All generations are welcome. First 3 teams back will win one of our grand prizes. Everyone who participates goes home with a treat. Don’t forget to register your team at the Event Registration on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Mom & Me: Mini Cake Decorating
What if you could eat your cake…and give it too?! This year we’re going to decorate two mini layer cakes with a special twist – one is to take home and the other is to give away. We’ll finish off our memory-making time together enjoying cupcakes and iced punch. All generations are welcome. Recommended for ages 4 and up. Cost is $5 per project. Spaces are limited; be sure to register during Event Registration.
Dad & Me: Pool Noodle Projects
This is a do-not-miss activity for fathers and their kids! Each child will make 2 projects this year – a rocket flinger and a racquetball set. Get ready for hours of fun this summer! All generations are welcome. Recommended for ages 4 and up. Cost is $5 per project for materials. Spaces are limited; be sure to register at the Event Registration on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
4th Annual Giant Egg Hunt
Search for eggs hidden in our designated area. Every egg is filled with either a small treat or prize. Over 1200 eggs for each age group! Come out and enjoy the hunt. Please note the separate hunt times by age on the schedule. No registration is required.
Design a Pillowcase
Draw or trace a picture onto a pillowcase, colour with crayon, and we’ll take care of setting the colour. Take home your Beulah 2016 Family Camp pillowcase and enjoy sweet dreams filled with camp memories. Recommended for ages 4 and up. Parent supervision required for children under 8. Cost is $2 per person and supplies are limited; be sure to register!
Grandpa/Grandma & Me: Garden Stone Project
There’s nothing better than Beulah with the grandkids! Come and make a garden stone together, enjoy a special decadent dessert, and capture the memory in our crazy dress-up photo booth. Registration is required for this free event.
Tiny Tots Playgroup
This is a time of connection and encouragement for people with nursery-aged children. If you find yourself sitting out of the morning service with your little wiggler, come and let them play with you close at hand while you enjoy the opportunity to chat with others in the same life-stage as you.
Great “Golf Cart” Scavenger Hunt
The race is on! Grab a team, jump on your golf cart, and get ready to scour the campground for clues to solve the riddles. Be one of the first three teams back with all the correct answers to win a grand prize. Teams can be any combination, any age. Geared especially for those with limited mobility, all clues can be solved from your seat. New Brunswick Rules of the Road apply for golf cart use.
Come talk with Brian about photography. Get tips to make your photos better and gain a greater understanding of how your camera works. No registration required.
Heritage Walking Tour
Take a tour around the grounds and learn some of the fascinating history of Beulah Camp. Hear the stories of the founding families, learn of the events of days gone by, and see the buildings and places that Beulah Camp is built upon. Bring your curiosity and questions for this memorable hour.
Ladies’ Craft Corner – MockChalk Projects
Love the designer paints with the chalky finish but not the designer price tag? Come make a small project with MockChalk; an inexpensive paint alternative with the same chalky finish. Sign up for this 2-hour class and take home a special Beulah Camp memory and supplies to complete another project of your choice. Cost is $25; all supplies provided. Participants may also bring their own latex or acrylic paint from home for colour-matching (not required). Space is limited to 15 participants and registration is required; be sure to reserve your spot at Event Registration.
Beulah ATV Run
Head out on the trail system up to Browns Flat and into Camp Gagetown for an afternoon of fun. New Brunswick Rules of the Trail apply, including valid registration and insurance.
4rd Annual Motorcycle Run
An absolutely beautiful run is planned for bike enthusiasts. Gather at the Caretaker Cottage parking lot for the afternoon ride. Enjoy the scenic Saint John River and tour the backcountry roads on a fun and relaxing trip. The group will stop for a coffee and conversation along the way.
Morning Prayer Gathering
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. – Philippians 4:6
Come and join us for corporate and personal prayer time in the Tabernacle each morning.
Camp Meeting Gospel Sing
Come and enjoy an afternoon of special music over dessert and tea or coffee. Hear from our own talented Beulah singers and sing along with your favourite gospel songs and hymns. All generations welcome!
Children’s Ministry Huddle
Join us in the Upper Room for encouragement and connection with other Children’s Ministry leaders. We’ll have a free resource table; if you have anything you’d like to pass on to others please bring it!
Men with a Mission Breakfast
All men are invited to breakfast on Caton’s Island. Enjoy the fellowship of like-minded men and experience what God is doing on the Island. Please sign up during the Event Registration times.
Wesleyan Missionary Alumni Fellowship
All Wesleyans who have served on Wesleyan fields or who are currently home on furlough are invited to this time of fellowship over coffee, tea, and dessert. Guest speaker is Dr. Dennis Jackson.
Walking the Loop
Start the day off right with a little exercise and a lot of fun as we walk the Beulah Loop. We will be leaving from the Heritage Hall veranda and walking for all levels of fitness.
Everyone is welcome to hang on for a ride around the river. Experienced driver will be sensitive to individual’s adventure comfort level. Rides are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Life jackets are provided. Pending availability.
The Beulah Open Golf Event is back again for another fun-filled, relaxing, and team-building tournament at the Welsford Golf Club. Tee times will run from 12:30pm-2:30pm with a pre-game BBQ starting at 12:15pm. Lots of friendly competition and prizes await! Cost is $22 per person green fee; $2 Mulligan (optional). Golf carts are not included and must be reserved ahead of time. Format is 2-man scramble, playing the best of each shot from your team. Registration is open during the Event Registration on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Fireworks at the Beach
You won’t want to miss this! Join us at the beach for one of the most impressive fireworks shows you’ll see all summer! (Rain date is Monday, July 4.)
Movie Night: The War Room
Tony and Elizabeth have it all—good jobs, a beautiful daughter, and their dream home. But their marriage is crumbling, and Tony is flirting with temptation. When Elizabeth meets her new client, Miss Clara, she’s challenged to establish a “war room” and a battle plan for prayer. What will happen if she steps out in faith? Rated PG. Free popcorn is provided.
Evening on the Boulevard
The heart of the campground comes alive with the smells of tasty treats and the sound of laughter and conversation. Join in the fun during Evening-on-the-Boulevard where concession stands will be serving everything from lobster rolls and curly fries to beaver tails and cotton candy. Concessions will open AFTER the Benediction of the one-hour 6:30 pm Service.
Movie Night: Risen
The authorities take precautions to secure the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth, but three days after his burial his body is gone! When the Roman senate orders tribune Clavius to investigate allegations that Jesus rose from the dead, the skeptical soldier finds himself on the road to discovery. Who was this man—and could he topple the Roman Empire? Rated PG-13 for Biblical violence. Free popcorn is provided; please bring your own beverage.
Kingswood University Open Reception
Kingswood University extends an open invitation to all in celebration of 70 years as a ministerial training school. Hear the exciting developments for the KU Athletic Field from Pete Benson, enjoy connecting & conversation over refreshments, and maybe even snag one of the giveaways! Top giveaway is a speedboat outing on the St. John River.
Caton’s Island Open House
Come and experience all that Caton’s Island has to offer. With swimming, water trampoline, climbing wall, ropes course, zip lining, and a whole island to explore, the afternoon will fly by. Meet at the Caton’s Island Landing for your trip across the river. Open to all ages.
Caton’s Island Washroom/Meeting Building Dedication Service
This cornerstone facility addition will triple washroom, shower, & laundry capacity and completes the first step for infrastructure expansion to fulfill the 2025 Caton’s Island Vision to serve a minimum of 2,025 campers each year (not including rentals).