Camp Future Project

BC Conference’s Camp Future Project was a multi-year, multi-million dollar divestiture, design and development initiative.

Two United Church camp properties –Kwomais and Moorecroft – were sold and became public parks: Kwomais Point Park in Surrey and Moorecroft Regional Park outside of Nanaimo.

The sale proceeds were used to rebuild and renovate facilities at Camp Fircom and Camp Pringle.


Here is a list of notable documents related to the Camp Future Project, which ran from mid-1990’s to the late-2000’s:

Camp Future Retrospective (December 2011)

Camp Moorecroft sold as a Regional Park (February 22, 2011)

The United Church Proceeds With Its Decision to Sell Moorecroft (Information Bulletin, Oct 26, 2010)

Camp Pringle Unveiled (News Release, Oct 12, 2010)

Comox-Nanaimo Presbytery agrees to sale of Moorecroft with Conservation Covenant (News Release, Feb 27, 2010)

2009 Camp Future Project Update (report to BC Conference Executive, November 2009)

2008 Camp Future Project Summary (updated December 2008)

Ministry Fund Update (December 2008)

Camp Future Sales Policy Discussion Document (September 2008)

Camp Kwomais sold to Surrey (September 10, 2007)

2006 Camp Future Report (by Derek Evans, November 2006)

2004 Camp Future Report (Original Report by Derek Evans, December 2004)