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Date TBD at 4:30pm

second sundays

A camp washington Tradition

Join us the Second Sunday of each month for a time of learning, reflection and community.  Guest speakers will offer a short program, followed by worship, concluding with a simple meal. 

Spend time in thought and prayer surrounded by the natural beauty of

Camp Washington. 

Oktoberfest Food

Community Oktoberfest Dinner at Camp Washington

Join us for a time of community, conversation, and wonderful food! Oktoberfest Menu includes Pork Schnitzel, Bratwurst with Sauerkraut, German Potato Pancakes, Blaukraut and German Applecake.

In lieu of a ticket price, we welcome your very generous donation at the door. Space is limited. Registration is required. Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination is required at the door. Masks are not required, however any guest is invited to wear a mask if they are more comfortable doing so.

 

Grab your family, invite a neighbor and make plans to join us at camp.

Oct 1 | 5 -7PM 

Camp Washington

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second sundays

Join us the Second Sunday of each month for a time of learning, reflection and community. 

 

Guest speakers will offer a short program, followed by worship, concluding with a simple meal. 

Spend time in thought and prayer surrounded by the natural beauty of Camp Washington. 

October 13, 2019 at 4:30pm

 

The Holy Landers Ministry Network and ECCT sponsored a pilgrimage to our Holy Land in June 2019 that included both Bishop Douglas and Bishop Ahrens. A smaller group of the pilgrims continued into Jordan. Join us as some of the pilgrims present and share their experiences of walking and following in Jesus' footsteps. See amazing pictures of the land and its peoples. Hear how Holy Scripture came alive in new ways--through sights and sounds and smells and tastes. Bishop Ahrens will celebrate the Holy Eucharist, followed by dinner and fellowship. 

$10.00 suggested donation for dinner. Call to register. 860.567.9623

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Icon Writing with 

Kara Nelson, Iconographer

 

Prayerful meditation & the ancient technique of creating icons.

Join renowned instructor Kara Nelson for an extended weekend workshop in the ancient technique of icon writing. This process inspires prayerful meditation, both while creating the art and reflecting on the finished piece. 

 

We will learn the process in which we recreate an ancient and sacred image, The Mother of God of Tenderness, using acrylic paints and 23-carat gold. Through silence and sharing, work and rest, prayers and meals, we create a unique community, and together invite the Holy Spirit to work in and through us as we paint this holy image.

 

Icons are visual representations of invisible realities meant to help us understand spiritual truths and aid in worship and prayer. Beginners and experienced iconographers will find this course rewarding.

 

The fee is $825 per person. This includes all supplies for painting as well as all meals, accommodations and much more – prayer, silence and lively conversation, free time and social hours. Retreat Chaplain- The Rev. Dr. Jenny Montgomery, Trinity Newtown.

  • Join us for a Camp Washington Community Dinner!
    May 7, 2022
    Camp Washington, 190 Kenyon Rd, Lakeside, CT 06758, USA
    Grab your family, invite a neighbor and make plans to join us at camp!​ Your Generous Donation will be accepted at the dinner in lieu of a ticket price. Space is limited.
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Autumn Community Dinner
November 6, 4-6pm

Grab your family, invite a neighbor and

make plans to join us at camp.

Before the holiday hustle and bustle begins-

Sneak away to Camp for the

perfect Autumn Dinner.

Dinner Party

COMMUNITY DINNER

At Camp Washington

FEBRUARY 12

5PM

Festive Dinner

COMMUNITY DINNER

At Camp Washington

MARCH 12

5PM

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LENTEN DAY RETREAT

At Camp Washington

APRIL 9

9AM-4PM

COMMUNITY DINNER at Camp Washington

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June 3 | 5-7PM SATURDAY

Camp Washington

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CAMP WASHINGTON

ALUMNA SPOTLIGHT

 

Allison Gushee Molkenthin- Chairperson of a national education nonprofit Waterford Upstart, is dedicated to providing high-quality educational resources, Waterford's mission is achieved and supported by three pillars: Equity and Access, Family Empowerment, and Universal Literacy.

Waterford Upstart is a proven, at-home learning program. Prepare your child to start kindergarten with confidence.

Families receive everything they need, including access to fun and interactive software, expert coaching and support, and even a computer and internet in participating regions. All at no cost.

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