Anniversary Projects Underway
Posted October 6, 2016
2017 marks the 50th
anniversary of Camp Brookwood. We are looking for people to help
with the celebration. If you have been a part of this
wonderful ministry - a past camper, chaplain or staff member - help
out by being a part of the anniversary committee. Can’t commit
to a meeting every month? Maybe you can help with a fund
raiser or an event. The goal is to raise $16,000 to be able to
offer half price camp fees to all campers in 2017. Reach out
to MaryLee Phillips at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Barb Smith at
Come help us celebrate
50 years of camping at Camp Brookwood in 2017!
Building Disciples While Having Fun
Camp Brookwood is a Christian summer camp operating with the
oversight of the Board composed of members from the Anglican Deanery
of Woodstock in the Diocese of
Summer camping programs include swimming in the pool, archery,
recreation, hiking, handicrafts, Christian Education, worship,
games, special events and campfires.
The camp operates 6 weeks of co-ed camps with multiple age
groups. Beginning on Sunday at 6:00 PM ending Friday at 5:00 PM.
Campers live in cabins that hold seven people plus a responsible
counselor. There is a maximum of 26 campers per week. Split 13
Absolutely no smoking on camp property.
There is a Chaplain for each week, who oversees spiritual
instruction, arrangements for worship and attends to the spiritual
life of the Camp.
2016 Camp Brookwood Camper, CIT Appliation Forms
Revised July 11, 2016
Get your 2016
Camp Brookwood Camper application forms
The Counselor in
Training (CIT) application for the 2016 Camping
Season is available for download
The 2016 Camping
Season brochure can be viewed
The 2016 Camping
Season poster can be viewed
2016 Camp Themes Announced!
Posted January 25, 2016
Week 1: Private Camp, July 3-8 - NO BOOKINGS AVAILABLE
Week 2: July 10 – 15 (8-10) -
Under the Sea
marbles in sand box, find with feet; sharks and minnows; stormy
waters (musical chairs).
Week 3: July 17 – 22 (12-14) -
Game Show Week
game show every week.
Smarter Than.., Wheel of Fortune, Minute to Win it, Family Feud, Lip
Week 4: July 24 – 29 (11-13) -
cabins as a time machine (use towards golden dustpan).
period every day (Egypt, medieval, wild west, 60/70/80’s, future).
Week 5: August 1 – 5 (5-8) -
Myths and Legends
hunt (find a counsellor), Jack and the beanstalk treasure hunt,
to give us words/act out actions to help create a fairy tale story.
before bed, for a wind down.
safari (unicorns/dragons/Nessie/etc. hidden in woods/by brook, check
gnome (hide a gnome in different spots throughout week, see if they
can spot him).
Week 6: August 7 – 12 (9-11) -
gazing at night, point out constellations/north star/Milky Way.
rockets (either one they can sit in, or a small one).
the Android: balloons with tasks, catch, call a color, pop that
color, and do the task.
Ring on Saturn: have a ball, get campers to throw rings over it.