Important Announcement Regarding Summer Camp 2020

To the friends and family of St. Tikhon’s Summer Camp. With heavy hearts, we have made the decision to cancel camp for this year. The health and safety of our campers and counselors remains our top priority, so after consultation with diocesan leadership and following the lead of local health officials, we feel that it is in the best interest of our campers and
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SAC Board Covid-19 letter re 2020 Camping Season

Dear Saint Andrew’s Camp Friends, Christ is Risen!!! During the unprecedented times we are facing in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, please know that we are thinking of you and praying for you. This crisis has brought many changes and challenges to daily life, including church life. We hope you are keeping well and healthy and that your ‘new normal’ of virtual school,
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2020 Saint Andrews Camp Call for Volunteers

  Volunteers needed-   St. Andrew’s Camp needs  YOU!!! This diocesan children’s camp and retreat center always welcomes skills and good will.  Before the season opens there is painting, cleaning mending, sorting a organizing and yardwork to do.  We have two weekends also devoted to special projects this spring- laying down some new flooring in our boy’s dorm room and repair of floors in upstairs
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SemiAnnual Open Meeting November 23, 2019

The semiannual open meeting is to be held at Holy Resurrection Church in Wayne NJ  (285 French Hill Rd.) on Saturday November 23 from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.  If you interested in supporting this mission- either by volunteering, donating or using your skills to help our work there- please come to share your ideas and make plans for your involvement.      We need counselors, IT
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Oct 13,2019 Calendar Party

2019 Ecology Week Photos

2019 Ecology Week, a report by Dennise Kraus

The last week in July at St Andrews Camp was  Ecology Week. This week the campers learned that God gives His life and love by giving the gift of Creation (the earth and space, stars and planets, living things – plants and animals and people). They enjoyed many aspects of the creation, including kayaking and swimming on Oneida Lake, as well as seeing planets
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A proper home for the stove.

The story starts with the old stove popping and hissing and leaking, kind of reflecting its environment. Too far gone to fix. The next chapter produces a replacement for the old stove. Thinking: wouldn’t it be just the thing to solve a slew of issues if the stove had a proper home? Something like this great spot near the prep tables in this blueprint?
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2019 Horse Week Photos

2019 Art Week Photos