Lighthouse Camp

When Orthodox young people make the transition to college life, they face a myriad of spiritual, social, mental and health-related challenges. Lighthouse is a week-long summer camp ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago designed to walk high school senior grads through an Orthodox understanding of vocation and arm them with the tools they need to hold fast to their faith during their college years.

The Metropolis’ Summer Camp programs accepts campers between their 6th grade and 11th grade years in middle school and high school but does not accept high-school seniors. Currently, there is no ministry serving high-school seniors with the aim of preparing them for college. Lighthouse will be that ministry.

 

OUR MISSION

Lighthouse is a summer camp ministry for Orthodox high school seniors offered by the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago, administered by Orthodox clergy and laypeople who work with campers to prepare them in a Christ-centered way for the social, emotional, practical, and spiritual challenges they will face in college.

 

OUR VISION

To foster campers’ authentic engagement, commitment, community, and involvement as Orthodox Christians throughout their college years and beyond.

 

SUMMER CAMP 2020 INFORMATION


*In light of the rapidly changing developments with COVID-19, and our steadfast commitment to the safety and health of our parishioners, the Metropolis of Chicago has postponed Lighthouse Camp. A new date will be chosen when it is safe to do so. His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael extends his sincere prayers to you and your families during this time of crisis.

 

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