Last week, 21 Year 10 Remar students (also known as Rowers) attended the Remar Red Leadership Camp in Philip Island, Victoria. This annual three-day camp is held toward the end of the Red Crossing and is facilitated by the National Remar Ministry Team, with support from post school leaders and Helmspeople. It provides an opportunity for Rowers to meet others from across state borders, further building the sense of a wider Remar community.
The aim of the camp is to strengthen the Rower’s understanding of Christian life, built around the four spokes; prayer, ministry and service, community and faith development. Rowers were challenged to reflect on their personal call to be a Christian leader by “Sailing away from mediocrity” with ‘dedication and sacrifice’. Those students who attended camp came back with a great deal of energy and enthusiasm to put into practice all that they had learnt.
A huge thank you to the Red Helm, Miss Genna Spadaccini, and Year 8 Leader of Wellbeing, Mr Simon Martino, for accompanying our students to Victoria for this special camp.