Weekly Devo – Week 1

If It Feels Good Don’t get the idea that God doesn’t want you to have any fun. He wants you to enjoy all the good things He’s put in your life. But you can’t judge what’s right or wrong based on how it feels. You need to go by what God says about it. And if you ever give in and do something wrong, you need to ask Jesus to forgive you. He gives you the power to overcome your feelings and do what’s right.” HOW ABOUT YOU? Do you think if something seems fun or feels good it must be okay? That’s not what God says. His Word—the Bible—is the standard for what’s right and wrong, not how you feel. So don’t rely on your or anyone else’s feelings to determine whether to do something. Instead, rely on Jesus—He forgives you when you do wrong and gives you the power to do what’s right. TODAY’S KEY VERSE: Deuteronomy 6:18 (KJV) Do what is right and good in the sight of the Lord, that it may be well with...
5 Things Your Family Movie Night Is Missing

5 Things Your Family Movie Night Is Missing

Theres nothing like a Family Movie Night to chase those Winter blues away. Here are 5 things you wont want to forget for your next Netflix Night: 1. Blankets. Lots of em. There are Movie Nights and then there are Blanket Fort Movie Nights. Why not add something special by creating an epic fort together. Gather up all the pillows and blankets in your house and make a night your family won’t soon forget! Pro Tip: Use clothes pins and string to hang up Sheets. 2. PJ’s. Getting into your JamJams first is a must. Not only are you more comfy, but when the movie goes late everyone is already ready to hit the hay. 3. Snacks. This is an obvious one, but why not mix it up a bit, Camp Style! Movies will never be the same with this epic S’more Movie Mix! 4. Intermission. Having a scheduled intermission is a must for our kiddos. Bathroom break, Snack refill, and stretch! 5. Theme. Dressing up and decorating brings a movie night to a whole new level! Make sure to pick your movie before hand and give some time for your kids to prepare a costume. We love this Netflix top 30 Family Movies to pick...
Top 10 Winter Family Activities

Top 10 Winter Family Activities

  While most of us are dreaming about hanging out at the pool at Camp at this time of the year, there are some great ways to make the most of our cold winter climate. Here are 10 must-do winter family fun activities! 1. Hit the Trails
 After a fresh snowfall, you’ll want to make your mark in the white fluffy stuff whether it be by cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, tubing, or snowboarding, For more information on trails, hills and snow conditions, visit Brookvale’s website , your guide to winter fun. 
2. Go for a Winter Hike Go for a winter hike or go snowshoeing. Tote your camera, kids, and binoculars and admire the beautiful winter transformations. Winter is a great time to get outside to take in some of the art and beauty of nature.
 We recommend Winter River Trail. 
3. Go Skating
 There are plenty of indoor and outdoor facilities for skating in PEI, including some really fun outdoor spots! Check out the City of Charlottetown’s Skating Schedule. 
4. Dog Sledding Dog Sledding is becoming a more popular way to celebrate the great Canadian winter! Snopak Dog Sledding Adventures in Nova Scotia is the place to try out this one of a kind adventure! 5. 
Build a Snowman
 Dress your snowman in one of your old Halloween costumes or used clothing. Use drops of food coloring to make colorful streaks through the snowman. Have contests to see who can make their snowman look most like your favourite character, a friend, you, or Mom or Dad! 6. 
Tobogganing Sliding downhill is an exhilarating activity! You can use sleds, tobogganing...
Our Staff

Our Staff

  Our Staff at Camp Seggie is handpicked from a number of applicants each year. Our Jr Cabin Leaders are 14-15 and our Sr Cabin Leaders are 16-23. We hire up to 45 staff each summer enabling us to have a  Being a Camp Counsellor is one of the toughest jobs a young person can have, but its also one of the most rewarding and fun. We choose our staff based on their enthusiasm, maturity, leadership skills and passion for Christ. New Cabin Leaders complete our Leaders In Training program which develops the foundation of communication, spiritual growth, and problem solving which are integral to Camp Seggie staff. We know our cabin leaders are on the front lines with our campers so they are supported by a large Leadership staff to help them be the best they can be. “Camp is my home away from home. It is a place where your coworkers become your family. While working at Camp Seggie I have been able to see a raw demonstration of God’s handy work in our youth. This camp truly is an amazing place to work, grow, and develop a personal relationship with God.” Jacob MacLeod Camp Seggie Staff | 3 years Being a Camp Counsellor is one of the toughest jobs a young person can have, but its also one of the most rewarding and fun. Click To Tweet...