Anglican Church in America

 

St. Luke's Summer Camp 2011

 

Located in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, this year's camp offered a week of fun and Christian fellowship. Twenty-two campers joined a dedicated staff to create a memorable experience within the embrace of God's church.

The campers also performed a play, The Pilgrim Family Drives to Zion, written by Bishop Marsh. (Please feel free to use this play for your own groups.)

 

 An evening sing-a-long led by Bishop Langberg

 

An evening sing-a-long led by Bishop Langberg

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Group discussions on christianity for the modern teen were a highlight at camp this year. Campers enjoyed meaningful exercises
followed by discussion groups
Free time for Foosball and Ping Pong   Free time for Foosball and Ping Pong
St. Luke's Camp was organized and led by Father Dibble   St. Luke's Camp was organized and led by Father Dibble

Campers had fun with musical events and talent shows

 

Campers had fun with musical events and talent shows

  Campers had fun with musical events and talent shows
A camp favorite- a game of "Gaga"   Gaga

Building friendships

 

Building friendships and enjoying time with family members

  Enjoying time with family members
     
Reflective writing exercises  

Reflective writing exercises help to make the Christian
camping experience meaningful and memorable.

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Sharing evening activities

  Sharing evening activities

 

We all enjoyed the great meals that happened in the dining hall

 

We all enjoyed the great meals that happened in the dining hall

Making new friends

 

Making new friends

  Making new friends

 

Kayaking on the lake

 

Kayaking on the lake

Doing arts and crafts   Doing arts and crafts
     
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Playing team sports

 

Team sports