The inaugural ACE CAMP is a 4 days – 3 nights Buddhist youth camp organized specifically for young people aged 17 to 25 years old (26 to 30 are also welcomed). The objectives of the camp is to
(A) Share the Buddhist faith to young people
(B) Build strong spiritual friendships amongst the participants
There will be a good mixture of outdoor adventure games and Dhamma programmes. The games are specifically designed to build teamwork and friendships amongst the groups and to let their hair loose. The Dhamma sessions are interactive and will be hosted by senior youth members and Venerable Dr. Bodhi.
(A) Dhamma Sessions
1. Introduction to Buddhism
2. The First Discourse of the Buddha
3. Young Buddhists in the Modern World
4. Loving-Kindness Meditation
(B) Outdoor Adventure
1. Team Building Games
2. Nerf Guns Tactical Activity
3. Amazing Race
4. Campfire Night
Date : 15th (Fri) to 18th (Mon) June 2012
Venue : Kent Ridge & Changi (Campers will be informed of the meeting point in the weeks leading up to the camp).
Fee : $50 Early Bird rate, before 1 May 2012
$50 Group Rate, if coming with 1 or more friend
$60 Normal Rate
Age : 17 to 30 years old
*Spaces limited to the first 60 participants.
Feel feel to contact our Camp Masters, Liew Shi Xiong (97599802) and Chin Wufeng (96176838) or email us at email@example.com of you have any queries.
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Registration forms for the camp can be downloaded from this link.
ACE signifies our conviction that the Budhdist faith can help youths achieve excellence and success in their daily lives.
The lion is the king of the jungle and the Buddha has on occasions, “represents himself as the stateley lion and to describe his proclamation of the Dhamma, bold and thunderous, as a veritable lions roar in the spiritual domain”. The animal also symbolizes courage and bravery and we hope that Buddhist youths in Singapore will stand firmly by their faith. The roar of the lion is majestic and commands respect by its counterparts, just like how we want our youths to take pride of their Buddhist faith and take the lead in sharing the teachings to their peers and in doing good in the society.
The Singapore Buddhist Mission’s youth group is a fellowship of young and vibrant Buddhists who seek to balance spiritual pursuits with youthful living and to build strong spiritual friendships grounded in the Buddha-Dhamma.SBM Youth has been running Buddhist youth camps for more than 16 years. It organises Camp Ehi-Passiko annually with more than a hundred teenage participants for each run. SBM Youth also organises Camp LIONS, a leadership training camp, for Buddhist youth leaders.