Easter Camp 2022

What is Easter Camp?

If someone asked “Who are you?”, how would you answer? Would you tell them that you’re a student, or working in a certain occupation? Would you tell them where you are from? Or would you tell them about your likes and dislikes? The question is simple, but the answer might be complex.
Join us at Easter Camp 2022 as we explore the topic of Identity together.
We will look at different ways to build identity, and also what the Bible teaches us about our identity in Jesus.
During these days there will be talks, discussions, games, and activities, and it will be a chance to meet new and old friends.


Who is it for?

We welcome everyone to join the camp, so bring your friends as well if they are interested!

The content of the camp primarily targets people in the age of 14-35 years old, however more mature people are also warmly encouraged to join us.

The program will be held in English.

The camp is a joint venture by NCCC (Nordic Chinese Christian Church), but you whether you are christian or not, you are warmly welcome.


Registration is closed

The last day of registration was March 31st. 


Where is the camp site and how do I get there?

  • Easter Camp will be held in Drakudden, a place in Sweden, near Stockholm. (Map below)
Public Transport (flight or train to Stockholm)
  • Arrival: You need to be in Stockholm C (Central Station) on Fri 15th. We will update you with the time to meet once we get closer to the camp.
    • Someone from Easter Camp team will meet you at the station. They will guide you to take public transportation to the camp site.
    • More info will be given later once timetables are confirmed.
  • Departure: Departure will be after 11:00 on Monday, our team will guide you back to Stockholm C. 
  • Arrival: Drive to Drakudden Läger & Kursgård, Smidövägen 17, 197 91 BRO, arrive by 18:30 for dinner.
  • Departure: You can leave at 11:00 when camp ends.

Do I need to bring money?

  • If you are traveling by public transport, you need to bring enough money for the bus tickets. It should be around 70 SEK. 
  • You will not need money during the camp, as all meals are covered by the camp fee.

What do I need to bring?

  • Notebook, pencil/pen
  • Some money for public transportation
  • Pillow case, bed sheet and quilt cover
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, paste, towels, shampoo, etc.)
  • Clothes for different weather
  • Slippers (the floors might be cold)
  • Bible (physical or electronic)
  • Snacks if you like to snack 🙂 (Cup noodles are always a big hit)

Are there any camp rules?

Yes! You will be asked to agree on them in the registration form.

  • Always listen to and cooperate with your group leaders
  • Be on time for all meetings
  • You are not allowed to change rooms without permission from the camp committee
  • You are not allowed to be in the rooms of people of the opposite gender
  • Don’t leave the campsite without permission from the camp committee
  • Smoking, gambling, alcohol, or drugs are strictly forbidden
  • Keep the campsite clean
  • Don’t swim alone in the lake
  • If any camp property is damaged, please contact a leader
  • Take care of your own stuff. We are not responsible for anything lost or stolen.

What are COVID vaccine or recovery requirements for participating in Easter camp 2022?

  • Update March 1st 2022: As the Nordic countries have lifted most of their COVID-restrictions, the Easter Camp 2022 no longer requires vaccine pass. However, participants from outside of Sweden must remember to follow the travel guidelines for arrival in Sweden.

What happens if I get COVID before the camp, and can’t join?

  • You will be eligible for a refund if you can show a positive test.
  • If you can’t come to camp because you need to quarantine, because you have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID, you might also be eligible for a refund. Contact the team for details.

What happens if someone tests positive for COVID during the camp?

  • In the case of mild symptoms, we will isolate the infected person in a dedicated room. We will test the people who shared a room with the infected person.