High Schools Camp
23–27 January, 2023
El Rancho, Waikanae

Intermediates Camp
4–6 October, 2022
El Rancho, Waikanae

High Schools 2022
Camp Postponed

We're sure you are aware of the government's decision to move the whole country to the Red Traffic Light setting from the 24th January. Because of this, we have made the difficult decision to postpone Summer Camp — we will be in touch with the specifics of a new date as soon as we can.

We want to apologise for any inconvenience this causes and thank you for understanding. We know that for many of you this news will be just as disappointing as it is for us.

We have automatically transferred your registration(s) to the new Summer Camp dates. Simply follow the link below if you require a refund – due to anticipated demand, there may be a delay in responding to your query, but we will be processing them as soon as possible.

We are believing that at camp this year, the young people of Arise Church will have their hearts set on fire for Jesus. These camps will be the catalyst for revival in Aotearoa. We believe the young people of our church have the answer for their schools and their generation, and that answer is Jesus. Our prayer is that they would have life changing encounters with God and their hearts would burn with fresh passion for Jesus Christ.

Two Camps

Life changing messages
Life long friendships
Tribal Wars
Praise and Worship
and more


"I felt God’s presence so strongly – He refreshed my character. He gave me boldness to go out and reach all the people that He had placed on my heart. Now, I am believing for revival like we’ve never seen before in Arise Youth, in my school, and in my dance crew."

— Ella

"Before going to camp I fractured my ankle. The doctors told me I would be stuck in a moon boot and not be able to participate in physical activity for six months. After hearing a message at camp and receiving prayer from my mates, I was healed. I was walking, running, and playing basketball, all back to normal"

— Geordie

"Going into camp I was filled with worry. I was ashamed of my anxiety and I didn’t want it to define who I was. At camp during the creative elective, someone prayed over me and said, 'You have struggled with anxiety and God is breaking those chains right now.'' I felt all the weight I didn’t realise I was carrying come off my shoulders. God gave me confidence; a confidence in who I was and who He had called me to be."

— Moya

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