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Camp Stevens Sunday 2023


March 19, 2023

What is Camp Stevens?

Camp Stevens is your diocesan camp! Camp Stevens’ mission is to inspire, challenge, and empower personal, social, and environmental transformation. For 70+ years, Camp Stevens has provided a welcoming home for retreats, summer camps, and outdoor education in the mountain town of Julian, CA. Our 256 acres serve as a place of healing, adventure, and most importantly community. Learn more about Camp Stevens at campstevens.org

Camp Stevens Sunday Prayer

God of the oak and the pine, of sunrise and sunset, and of healing and love, hear our prayers. Celebrate those who love Camp Stevens and those who are discovering camp today for the first time. Keep us mindful of the rights and needs of others through Camp Stevens’ mission work of transformation grounded in the values of openness, connection, gratitude, and wonder. Amen.

Support our Equity Initiatives! Camperships and Employee Equity

Grants Your gift will support scholarships for summer camp and family camps as well as the Employment Equity Initiative. These initiatives reflect our commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion within our camp environment and beyond. This program will help address barriers to participation for people traditionally marginalized and underrepresented in camp as campers, family programs, as well as staff and counselor roles.

Give today to support this important initiative at campstevens.org/give!


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One reply to “Camp Stevens Sunday 2023

  1. ronn garton | on March 16, 2023

    We have two grand-daughters, twins, who would like to go to camp this summer. Are there some 6th grade options and how does one go about making a reservation?


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