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Background to King's Club

Neil Potts from Caerphilly, Great Britain was working with Scripture Union Hungary as a volunteer children’s/youth worker. His main tasks were organising and running summer English Bible camps for children. During the winter months he would run after school clubs for the children in the same locations as the summer camps had been. Neil married Edina, a Hungarian in 2004 and they both attended the small Baptist church in a town called Gödöllo. It was Judit Szabó, one of the members of the church, who had the vision to organize an English language Christian Kid's Camp in Gödöllo. There is a hunger amongst families in Hungary for their children to learn the English language, the aim we had was to provide English learning for the less privileged of the town and at the same time spread the good news that the Bible teaches. So with the backing of the church leadership, the youth group and a bunch of Neil’s friends from the UK the first King’s Club took place in the summer of 2005.

Since then the camp work has grown to include the follow-on teenager camp called Awesome Camp. Awesome Camp is organised by the church. With Hungarians organizing the Hungarian side of the camps, it is the Gödöllo Baptist church that inviteNeil & Edina (now living in Caerphilly) to organize the English side of the camps and to bring with them a willing team of English speakers to help out. The camps are now run each summer; they are organized in a very informal way with all leaders volunteering their time and energies for free.

So to summarise: we are just a small group of friends who are Christ loving Christians who have the desire of making God’s good news known to the children and young people of Gödöllo and all of Hungary. Neil, Edina, with their Hungarian friends that arrange the camps offer up their time and money to arrange the two camps of King’s Club and Awesome camp.

Dates for 2014 Camp

Monday 4th – Friday 8th August 2013.

Typical Daily Outline form the 2013 (Gödöllõ) Camp