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CAMP GOOD SHEPHERD
2015 Session Dates:
CGS - Virginia - Sunday, June 28th - Friday, July 3rd
JOY – Sunday, July 12th – Saturday, July 18th
GOYA Week I – Sunday, July 19th – Saturday, July 25th
GOYA Week II – Sunday, July 26th – Saturday, August 1st
*Holdover campers registered for the two sessions GOYA Week I and GOYA Week II must check-out as normal on Saturday, July 25 and check-in Sunday, July 26. Holdover campers must make accommodations off-site! There are no exceptions.
2015 CGS Camp Directors:
Reverend Father Anastasios Bourantas, Saint George Greek Orthodox Church
Assistant Camp Director/Program Director:
2015 Camp Good Shepherd
(Click on the following for important CGS 2015 preparation information)
5. CGS Camper Health Record (Must be submitted by June 15th, 2015. Mail to: Greek Orthodox Metropolis of New Jersey, CGS Health Form, 215 E Grove St., Westfield NJ 07090)
We Want you for Camp Good Shepherd 2015!
LIVE. Learn. Love.
Camp Good Shepherd is the Metropolis youth camp which aims to enrich the lives of its participants with a living, vibrant experience of Greek Orthodox Christianity and a rich, textured immersion into their Orthodox faith and culture. The Camp Good Shepherd program serves the Orthodox Christian youth of the Metropolis of New Jersey and it’s aim is to bond the youth of the Metropolis to the Holy Orthodox faith by fostering within them a life-long appreciation of Orthodoxy. The vision of Camp Good Shepherd is to present young adults with all aspects of the Orthodox faith and Hellenism through total immersion by fellowship, education and fun activities.The Orthodox faith is at the heart of the Camp Good Shepherd program. Each day begins and ends at the chapel, with morning and evening prayers. Daily life at Camp Good Shepherd includes many traditional summer camp activities that emphasize fun, fellowship, and learning. Campers engage in daily sessions of Arts and Crafts, Aquatics, Athletics, Music and Greek Culture, and Orthodox Life. The overall goal of the Camp is to instill in the child an understanding of the Orthodox faith while embracing the life of the Church and developing deep relationships with peers their own age.
For more information please contact the Metropolis Youth Office at 908.301.0500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.