HUGE - Work Day

220 hours of work in one day!

Splitting-FirewoodOn May 14th, 220 hours of work was completed by 43 people. We had a great turn out and a big thank you to all those who came and did some work. Our cabins and kitchen were cleaned, water lines were fixed, trees were cleared and cleaned up, firewood was split, a dock was put into place and a host of other projects! 

Thank you to all who came out and helped. It was fun to work a long side all of you and very encouraging to see the number of people, who wished to help!

Aftrer that many hours worked it is hard to believe that there are still many more items to clean and projects to complete here is a sample list. 

  1. Clean Dining Hall
  2. Clean Washrooms
  3. Clean Chapel
  4. Kitchen floor to be resurfaced
  5. New Kitchen Lights
  6. New Chapel Lights
  7. Put up Tents
  8. Put in the rest of the docs and boat lift
  9. Build new tent plateform
  10. Build new out house building
  11. Build new picnic shelter
  12. Clean Prayer Garden
  13. Expand walking trail
  14. Put up archery Net
  15. Paint chapel 
  16. Weekly choirs like (mowing grass and watering plants)

As you can see their is a huge list that is way bigger than any one person. If you are interested in helping complete any of the projects please email and we will be sure to give you a project that fits you well. 

Thanks again to all who helped out with this years clean up day and to all those who have volunteered in the past! Your help is  crucial to our success!

2011 Family Camp, July 29 - Aug 1


Join us for a family weekend oriented around fun and growing closer to God as a family. This year we will be providing a great speaker and offering seminars. Stay tuned for more info. Join us for a day or for the weekend. Below are some details.


Sharol and Neil Josephson lead FamilyLIfe Canada, a national ministry committed to building and sustaining Godly marriages and families.  Prior to coming to FamilylLife in July of 2010, the Josephsons served as marriage pastors at Bayside Church in Granite Bay, California.  Married in 1978, Neil and Sharol have been working ever since on growing a healthy marriage in the midst of raising two sons and developing two careers – Sharol in television news and Neil in Christian Education.  They live now in White Rock, British Columbia happy to be close to their two sons, two daughters in law and one grandbaby – Cooper.    “We are really looking forward to coming to Covenant Bay to connect with our Covenant family and to encourage healthy families and marriages. We believe that marriage and family provide God’s best workbench to shape us and remake us into men and women of faith and character – that has certainly been true for us."


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