KCC loves volunteers! Your help greatly assists our friendly site staff team to care for and make improvements to the site of KCC's convention ministry! There are many ways to get involved:
Details of the next working bee are below:
Saturday 28th May 2016
Katoomba Christian Convention Centre
119 Cliff Dr, Katoomba
Friday 27 May 2016
Evening - Arrive (if you are staying overnight)
(there is limited accommodation on Friday Night - please call 02 4780 8222 to confirm availability)
Saturday 28 May 2016
8:20am - Meet at Kedumba
8:30am - Devotions
9:00am - Tasks and teams assigned
11:00am - Morning Tea
1:00pm - Lunch
5:00pm - Pack up
We will provide morning tea and lunch on the Saturday. As usual we are happy to supply you with free agapanthus and firewood should you wish to bring a trailer!
If you are just coming for the day please plan on arriving by 8:20am in time for a hot drink and devotions.
You are welcome to come and stay the night on Saturday. Please call (02) 4780 8222 to confirm availability.
Practical hands on and techie project of laying cable in a trench (across the oval from Kedumba)
Bush regeneration activities (for those interested in this)
Other projects/activities may be arranged depending on the skills, interests and numbers of working bee volunteers attending
Our KCC Bushland Carers group was launched at the Working Bee in November 2015. Our Working Bees usually include bush regeneration activities, along with other projects.
Help us care for the beautiful creation that we’ve been given to look after on our property in Katoomba. Katoomba Christian Convention looks across to the world famous Three Sisters and sits next door to the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. We have beautiful ridge top bushland and a federally significant hanging swamp.
Learn how to use bush regeneration techniques to control threatening weeds.
Demonstrate to our visitor and the local community that we value and want to protect these environmental values.
Come and lend some time to helping us onsite by joining us if you’re interested. Site staff and bush carer Jenny Schabel, a professional in natural resource management will be guiding bush regeneration activities.
Please RSVP for catering and accommodation purposes below:
Working Bee & Bush Regeneration Day
Saturday 28th May 2016
8:00am - 5:00pm