- Elementary Session: July 28th - August 3rd, 2023 for Campers entering grades 3-5 for the Fall 2024 school year.
- Intermediate Session: August 4th - August 10th, 2023 for Campers entering grades 6-9 for the Fall 2024 school year.
- High School Session: TBD. If you have a camper interested in attending High School camp, email us directly at email@example.com so we can gauge interest to determine possibilities for High School Camp!
All Campers will be separated by age-group and placed in gender specific cabins.
If camp is currently sold out for your child's grade level group, your child will be put on the waiting list and you will be notified of this status. The waiting list operates on a first come, first served basis. Once a registered participant cancels, you will be contacted.
No, your camper does not need to speak Greek to attend camp. All Saints Camp programming and activities are conducted entirely in English. We do have church services in Greek and English, and Greek folk dancing is often an activity we teach at camp!
Yes, scholarships are available!
To apply for a scholarship, complete the camper registration form, which includes the scholarship application. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, we do not offer a laundry service at All Saints Camp. Campers should pack enough clothing to last them one week.
Early Bird Pricing (Deadline 11pm on March 1st):
Regular Pricing (Deadline June 1st, 2024)
Our "Camp Store" is an assortment of snacks campers may choose from in the afternoons during camp sessions. All campers will also receive a camp t-shirt, which is also included in camper registration costs. Campers should not bring cash to camp with them.
Yes. We will have an on-site medical professional at All Saints Camp 24/7 throughout the camp session. They will have access to all medical information you provide about your camper(s) that you include in the registration form. They will be the staffer to administer medications and first aid as needed, as well as address any medical issues that arise. Families of campers will be contacted in the case of an emergency.
To ensure the safety of all campers and staff at All Saints Camp 2023, the following protocols are in place this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Families will need to agree and comply with the following protocols for their camper(s) to participate in All Saints Camp 2023.
- Social distancing and mask wearing requirements will be enforced as deemed necessary by the CDC. As of May 11, 2022, wearing a mask is completely optional for all indoor and outdoor activities in Washington state. Families will be informed of any changes to the status of mask and social distancing requirements as camp approaches.
- Campers and staff will respect others' individual decisions with regard to mask wearing and social distancing under the current circumstances where both practices are optional.
- All campers will have their temperature taken and be asked about their current symptoms as they relate to COVID-19 prior to boarding the camp bus or upon arrival at All Saints Camp, depending on parents' chosen transportation method.
- Campers and staff are NOT required to provide results of a COVID-19 test this year. However, if symptoms are present, a COVID-19 test may be required to determine whether or not the camper will be able to attend camp for the safety of campers and staff at All Saints Camp.
- In accordance with King County's move to release restrictions on vaccinations as a condition for employment on 2/6/23, proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is NO LONGER REQUIRED for staff members and volunteers. Proof of vaccination is also not required for campers.
- If a camper exhibits symptoms of COVID-19, the parent/guardian of the camper will be contacted and asked to come pick up their camper immediately.
- If a camper is unable to maintain distancing and/or masking protocols throughout the camp session, the parent/guardian of the camper be contacted and asked to come pick up their camper immediately.
Yes! Most campers ride the camp bus to and from camp with their belongings.
The bus departs from St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle, WA on the start day of each camp session at 3:15pm to head to camp. At the end of each camp session, the camp bus will arrive back at St. Demetrios at approximately 1:30pm. Counselors will be at St. Demetrios to check in and out campers, and will be riding the bus. Our friendly bus driver, Judy, has been driving the All Saints Camp bus for many years and can't wait to meet your camper!
Sign up your camper to ride the bus when you complete the online camper registration form. The cost of riding the bus is included in your camper's registration fee.
Absolutely! All Saints Camp exists to serve our Orthodox community and youth, to create a wonderful place for everyone to grow in their faith and enjoy each other's fellowship. While the majority of our campers are belong to the Orthodox community, All Saints Camp - just like our church - welcomes all campers as a way to spread the faith.
All campers, regardless of religious affiliation, are required to attend chapel service in the morning and evening, for about 15-20 minutes for each service every day. Campers also participate in Orthodox Life each weekday, a 45-minute session run by an Orthodox Priest discussing the camp theme or quote of the day and how it relates to the saints of the church, prayer, biblical stories, etc. A prayer to bless the food and hands that prepared them is done prior to each meal.
Campers participate in the baking of Prosphora during one All Saints Activity session, which is the holy bread used in Holy Communion. During Arts & Crafts, campers often create pieces which contribute to the overall theme or daily theme of camp. This often includes candles, biblical or saint story references, or use/creation of icons.
Campers will participate in confession and choir practice prior to, and communion during, Liturgy service on Friday morning. All campers are required to participate in all activities aside from confession and communion, which are optional and are only for campers who are baptized in the Orthodox faith, as these are considered Holy Sacraments of the church.
All Saints Camp welcomes campers of all faith backgrounds, so long as they feel comfortable being in this space, participating in activities related to the faith, and demonstrate respect for the practices of being an Orthodox Christian.
Please Note: The camper registration scholarship fund was created specifically for Orthodox campers, and therefore is not available for non-Orthodox campers.