Prosphora Baking: Photo of the final product!

You may recall reading the post about Matushka Faith Kuharsky baking prosphora with campers during week 3.  See below a close-up photo of the final product. Well done, Matushka and campers!


Saint Andrew’s Camp 2010 Season Posted to the Diocese of New York and New Jersey Website

The website of the diocese of New York and New Jersey has posted photos and a communications release about the 2010 camp program at Saint Andrew’s. To read and view, please click here.


Here’s to our volunteers!

There have been so many delightful volunteers pitching in at camp this season, as many of them have done in past years. Many new volunteers joined the camp community this year, too. Volunteers seem to work tirelessly in many regards, including but not limited to the following: Visiting clergy to serve in Chapel and teach religious education Special programs (archery, arts and crafts, music,
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More Scenes from Week 3!

Thanks to our camp volunteer, Tami, from Holy Annunciation, Brick, NJ, we have some more fantastic photos from week 3 to share!


Scenes from Week 3: Continued!


Teen Week Begins Tomorrow!

The three weeks of the regular camping season came and went so quickly! The summer was filled with much fun, including but not limited to: Swimming in Lake Oneida Skits Camping Out Berry picking Camp fires with the roasting of marshmallows Archery Horseback riding Crafts Baking and more! The campers and counselors were blessed with the visits of His Grace, Bishop +Michael and Subdeacon
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Prosphora Baking During Week 3

Father Serge Kuharsky visited camp for week 3, along with his wife, Matushka Faith. As Father Serge served Matins and Vespers during the week, Matushka engaged in several activities with campers, among them, the baking of prosphora – bread used for proskomedia and consecrated for communion during Liturgy.  This is Matushka’s third year of baking prosphora with the children!


Meet Our Team 2010: Paul, outdoor volunteer!

Name: Paul Home Parish:  Saints Peter and Paul, Syracuse, NY, where he ministers on the church council. History with Camp: Paul has been volunteering with various maintenance projects, including grass cutting and putting in and breaking down the dock, for several years.  His mom was a camper many years ago.  Paul enjoys spending time on the lake and fishing on the dock when he
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Scenes from Week 3 Horse Week!

Here are a few shots taken during horse week.  Click on the photo to enlarge and save or print.  More to come!


Random Moments from Week 1

Photos courtesy of Rachel Holman and Christianna Piwinski.