Although we were unable to offer our summer programs for children and youth due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were able to open this beautiful site for picnics, day trips, and stayovers. Over 400 people of all ages enjoyed the beach, sat under shady trees to share a meal and explored our 38 acre site. Current campers showed their families their favourite spots and former campers introduced their children and grandchildren to this place filled with so much story and memory.
Sunsets did not disappoint and the night sky was filled with stars, stars and more stars!
Thank-you to everyone who blessed us with their presence, their joy and their laughter. Thank-you to our Diocesan leadership, Camp Council, donors and especially our small team of staff members who tended and beautified this holy place through their work, their art, their prayers and their gracious spirits, as they whole-heartedly welcomed the stranger… and entertained angels unaware.