Atlantic Caribbean Union

ATCU Plans First Pathfinder Camporee

ATCU Plans First Pathfinder Camporee
Communication Department, ATCU

The Pathfinder organization is a worldwide ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist church that caters to the complete development of young people between the ages of 10 and 16 years. One of the many programs designed to assist with this all-around personal growth is the Pathfinder Camporee, an enriching event that all pathfinders should experience.

Consequently, in keeping with the objective of providing for the spiritual, physical, mental, and social development of its youth, the Atlantic Caribbean Union (ATCU) will be hosting its first Pathfinder Camporee on the grounds of the Bahamas Youth Camp on Gladstone Road in Nassau, The Bahamas during April 4-12, 2015. It is estimated that some 500 pathfinders from the Bahamas, Cayman Islands, and Turks and Caicos Islands as well as other countries will be in attendance.


The theme for the camporee is “You-Turn” and is based on the Biblical account in the book of Jonah. According to Pastor Andrew Burrows, youth director of ATCU, the camporee will feature a nightly drama, daily honor and craft classes, pathfinder exhibition, community service projects, pathfinder investiture service, baptismal service, a grand community parade and rally, and much more.

Pathfinders can register for the camporee through their local youth directors.