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Presbytery Youth Camp

23 – 27 April 2018

Scotch Oakburn College, Fingal Valley Campus 

  • Beach
  • Bush walks
  • Excursions
  • Games
  • Electives

2pm Mon 23 April – 3pm Fri 27 April                   Cost fully inclusive $145

Register here or contact UCA Tasmanian Office

Enquiries  Camp Directors: Amanda Nicholas 0413 617 469

OR Jeff Savage 0429 728 243

Amanda and Jeff each have many years of experience in ministry with young people as well as running camps. Please be assured of a professional approach to safety, relationships, boundaries, programs and faith formation.

Facebook Tas Uniting Church Youth Group  Facebook Page

Youth Groups:

  • Bellerive UCA          12-14 years olds                                               Kathryn
  • Launceston
    • Pilgrim Youth     12-18 year olds
      @ Launceston Pilgrim UCA 
      36 Paterson Street, Launceston                           
    • Pandemonium    grades 5 - 7 last Saturday of the month
      @ Scotch Oakburn College Junior School Campus 
      74 Elphin Road, Launceston


​ Young Adults

Uniting in Faith  
A group of young adults (aged 18-30ish), are meeting fortnightly, discussing faith, life and everything. We will be using a DVD series called "Dream. Think. Be. Do" designed for young adults put together by Living the Questions. The group meets on Sundays at 7:00 at St Andrews Hall at the rear of Scots-Memorial Uniting Church, 29 Bathurst Street, Hobart.  . For those wanting more information contact Tanita Wierenga on 0448373526 or email or Heath Cowled on


Justice and International Mission

 The Justice and International Mission unit provides resources to engage and educate people about social justice issues.  They work with congregations and social justice networks to shift and shape public policy. To see the areas of social justice they are working on please click here.  Their aims are embodied in the Basis of Union and reflect the Uniting Church's concern for social justice and the care of God's creation. There is an eager team who are willing to speak at your congregations about specific social justice issues.  For more information visit the JIM website


VicTas Synod Youth website:

Use our Synod resource people to help you access information, programs & learning opportunities.