Camp Washington is committed to helping our neighbors by providing individual frozen meals, prepared in-house by Ben, packed and ready to heat. We offer these meals, with love, to our neighbors who need us most right now.


We will distribute meals on Friday, June 5 from 10-2 in the front circle driveway at Camp. We will practice all social distancing protocols- cars will drive-up to the table and meals will be delivered to individual car windows. We will provide meals until we run out.


PLEASE share this news with those you know who need meals, or come by and pick up and deliver for those who can't, but need.


ALSO, we welcome donations of non-perishable pantry items which we will in turn offer to our guests who stop by on Friday. Pantry items may be brought to Camp on Wednesday, June 3rd from 9-3, a collection area will be set-up in the front circle driveway at Camp.


We are holding you in prayer and look forward to being together again, soon.


During these uncertain times, we are thankful to provide hope and hospitality, as we join Jesus in the neighborhood.

Meal Distribution:  

June 5: 10am-2pm

Donation of Pantry Items:

June 3 : 9am-3pm 

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-Camp Washington-

Staying Safe & Informed about COVID-19


Dear Camp Washington Family,


For more than 100 years, Camp Washington has been a place of welcome, joy, friendship, peace, and renewal. A safe place for all God’s people to come together and celebrate the beauty of creation- the simple joys of life. These last few months have left us isolated, socially distanced, unable to gather at camp, church, schools, or anywhere else. As we learned to cope with the uncertainties of life, the anticipation of summer camp and outdoor activities at Camp Washington promised hope and excitement to our campers and staff. And now, after much discussion, listening, conversation and prayer, I write to you to share the news that no one wants to hear. 


In light of the current guidelines that are necessary to keep everyone safe, it is in the best interest of our community and beyond to not open camp this summer. The safety of the campers, staff, and families must be our priority, and I do not feel we could guarantee that. This is one of the hardest decisions I have had to make, but I know it is the right decision. Further, if he hasn’t done so by the time you read this letter, we expect Governor Lamont to direct residential summer camps to close this summer. I know this news is hard to hear, and it breaks my heart to write these words.  Read more...

Camp Washington is the official Camp and Conference Center

of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT).


Camp Washington is a sacred place where God’s love for the world, made known to us in Jesus Christ, is shared with all God’s people through the ministry of hospitality.


We are an inviting, diverse, accepting community that offers a safe place for reflection and renewal, education and training, that encourages creativity and a sense of adventure by exploring and experiencing God’s mission of restoration and reconciliation.


From summer camp to retreats and diocesan events, Camp Washington is

a year round center for discipleship rooted in the beauty of God’s creation and love.


We hope you will make plans soon to visit

Camp Washington!

The Camp Washington Fund

The Camp Washington Fund touches virtually all aspects of the our community. When you give to the CW Fund you are giving to the future of Camp Washington, our programs, and people. The CW Fund is the most direct way that you can support our commitment to the stewardship of God’s creation, affirming and supporting discipleship, and exploring new ways to join in God’s mission of reconciliation and restoration.





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