What is Easter Camp?

Continuing our 3-year series, In 2022 we discussed about “Identity –  Who am I?” and 2023 “Belonging – Where do I fit?”, so it is a natural for us to continue to discuss the purpose, “Purpose – What differece can I make?”. World is changing around us, we are just tiny little people in among others, what can I do? Does it even make any difference? Can I make any impact?

Join us at Easter Camp 2024 as we explore the topic of Purpose together. We will look at different ways to understand our purpose in this society. 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 16-35 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 whether you are christian or not, you are warmly welcome.

Camp Fee

Student/unemployed: 650kr/60e
Others: 750kr/70e

Finland: Ahwoon Chan, MobilePay +358 44 273 8982
Norway: Enoch Chui, Vipps 694652
Sweden: Iris Chen, Swish +46 72 323 0921

A valid registration requires both filled registration form and the payment of camp fee.


Meet at the McDonalds inside Stockholm C (Central Station) on Fri 29th 13:15 OR 15:45. 
Departure will be at 12:00 on Mon 1st and you will be back at Stockholm C 13:00.

Alternatively you can drive to campsite Gålögården (Oxnövägen 94), arrive Fri 29th by 18:00 for dinner

Packing List

Something to take notes with
Pillow case, bed sheet and quilt cover
Toiletries (toothbrush, towels, shampoo, etc.)
Sufficient clothes
Slippers (the floors might be cold)
Bible (physical or electronic)
Snacks if you like to snack!


The new campsite fits only 60 people, so be fast and sign-up before it’s too late!

Registration open 15th Jan – 3rd Mar


Where is the camp site?

  • Easter Camp will be held in Gålögården, a place in Sweden, near Stockholm. (Map below)

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.

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.

Contact us by email nextgen@nccc.se!