Camp Huston Summer Camp 2019
Camp Huston, Gold Bar | Summer 2019, Beginning June 25
Camp Huston, the Diocese of Olympia’s summer camp, serves children in grades 1-10. Campers have an opportunity to learn more about nature, God, and themselves while building teamwork and self-esteem. We also offer leadership development through our Counselor Training program for those who have completed 10th grade. Scholarships are available!
- Counselor Training: June 25 – July 4 ($435)
- Discovery Camp 1: July 6-12 ($591)
- Horse Camp 1: July 6-12 ($780)
- Missoula Children’s Theatre Camp: July 14-19 ($591)
- Discovery Camp 2: July 28 – August 3 ($591)
- Intermediate Horse Camp: July 28 – August 3 ($780)
- Mini Camp: August 5-8 ($375)
- International Discovery Camp: August 11-17 ($591)
- Buckaroo Camp: August 11-17 ($780)
Camp in the Cascades:
Six-Day at Camp Huston for Grades 9-12
Camp Huston, Gold Bar | July 14 – 20 | $500 Registration (partial scholarships & early-bird discounts available)
Join us as we explore how loving one another is a pathway to peace. We’ll look at this from a variety of cultural, historical, and theological perspectives through small group conversations, speaker panels, workshops, and daily worship. There will also be games, a dance, a variety show, and camp activities like crafts and archery. And if you need some time alone to think, there will be plenty of chances to relax, have a swim, or go for an exploratory hike.
Pilgrimage on the Peninsula:
Youth Creation Care Pilgrimage for Grades 9-12
Beginning at Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle & Ending on the Beach at La Push | August 4-10
$600 Registration ($60 Down-Payment, $540 Final Payment Due in June; Partial Scholarships Available)
Let’s take in the beauty of God’s creation on our first-ever youth pilgrimage on the Olympic Discovery Trail. Teen pilgrims will start at Saint Mark’s Cathedral and then head west, hiking daily in the mornings; enjoying field-trips, boating and other activities in the afternoon; resting at “waystations” each night; and finally reaching the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Along the way we will hear inspirational stories about what teens and adults are doing to stem climate change. We are delighted that the former Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, The Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, will be joining us throughout. The Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, who also has a Ph.D. in Oceanography, will share her unique perspective as both a person of faith and a scientist.