What is Synergy? The Definition – “Synergy is the interaction or cooperation of two or more agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.” The Gathering – It’s a national gathering for district leaders revolving around ministry collaboration with focused discussion. The 2019 focused discussion will be Church Camp. Camp Directors, Camp Directing Teams and District Children’s Directors…this is for you. At many conferences, participants often are poured into by people and learn new things, which these times are needed! Synergy will be a “working” gathering in which the participants help form what the discussions include. The desire is that Synergy (the gathering) will live into Synergy (the definition) and that each participant will come away with something to use in camp planning for the coming summer!
When is Synergy? Thursday, November 7 – Saturday, November 9
Where is Synergy? Bonita Park Camp and Conference in Angus, NM
How much is Synergy? $300 Single Occupancy; $250 Double Occupancy by October 8, 2019; Additional $50 after
Lodging? 3 Nights Included in Fee (Wednesday Night-Friday Night)
Meals? 8 Meals Included in Fee (Dinner Wednesday, November 6 – Breakfast, November 9
Schedule? Coming Soon
Onsite Check-in Opens? Wednesday, November 6 at 4:00 PM
Airports? Albuquerque, NM and El Paso, TX
Transportation? A round trip shuttle will be available picking up at Albuquerque International Sunport Wednesday, November 6 at 4:00 PM and dropping off Saturday, November 9 at 11:30 AM. There is an additional $50 round trip fee for the shuttle.
Registration? REGISTER TODAY
If you have any questions, please contact us.
Comments from a 2017 Synergy participant…
The 3 days spent at Synergy had such an impact on me as an individual, as a part of a team and in my position of camp director. What I took away from this time of instruction, resourcing, brainstorming and sharing was more than I bargained for. Not only did I make life-long friends who share my love of camp (and yes even some of our frustrations), but I networked and resourced and left energized with new ideas that were tried and true. I also left this seminar feeling validated as a long-time camp director as to my vision, passion and direction in many things. We do not have to be an island as we plan and envision for camp – we can be a continent with a vast array of resources that will positively affect our ministry of reaching out to kids through camp.