During January and February, the boys and girls Ομάδες (Orthodox youth groups) of Sydney, as well as the men of the Greek Orthodox Christian Society, all held their annual camps at Mangrove Mountain, about 90 minutes north of Sydney. The boys camp took place over 15-19 January, with 50 boys attending along with 9 leaders. The program over 5 days involved a Divine Liturgy at Pantanassa Monastery, Bible studies, talks by guest speakers and various sports and games. The girls camp was held over 20-24 January, with 35 girls and 10 leaders in attendance. Highlights of their camp included the Divine Liturgy officiated by Abbot Eusebios of Pantanassa Monastery, as well as a visit to Holy Cross Monastery. The mens camp took place on the weekend of the 31 January – 2 February, and included Vespers and Divine Liturgy services at Pantanassa Monastery. The theme of all the camps was “Be good to one another” (Eph 4:32).