Life at the Anglican Memorial Camp In Photos

Three young campers smiling
By on September 1, 2022

For the first time in three years, the Anglican Memorial Camp was back in full swing in the month of July. We had our usual complement of camps: teen camp for grades 7-12 from July 2-8, then family camp from July 10-13, then junior camp for ages 8-10 from July 17-23, then intermediate camp for ages 10-12 from July 24-30 wrapped up our camping season.

The Editor was privileged to act as the camp chaplain to the intermediate camp once again. It was an incredibly busy week for the staff, counselors and campers. There were water activities, night games, crafts, “Jesus time” (which did include some interactive sessions, as you can see below), chapel services, but probably most importantly (to the kids), lots and lots of food. In case you ever wondered if there is life in this Diocese, spending time at our Diocesan camp shows that there is life here – during the week where I was camp chaplain, there was joy all around. The campers were  having a good time doing all sorts of different activities (and were expressing these feelings very loudly, as kids do) and the counselors and staff were having a good time accompanying the campers in the varied activities.

I could tell you more about the joy that I saw in each and every face that was at my camp (and I would assume the other camps, too), but I think that photos are the best way to show the joy at camp. My thanks to the Rev’d Jann Brooks, the Rev’d Deacon Cheryl Kukurudz and Erica Longworth for the photos. I encourage you to check out AMC’s social media on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok (yes, even TikTok!)

For more information about the Anglican Memorial Camp, check out their website at, on Facebook as “AMC”, on Instagram @amc_1950, and on TikTok @anglicanmemorialcamp!


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