St. Demetrios & the children

Important Information for Camp Saint Paul


Camp St. Paul will take place at a facility called Camp Hope. It is located at 83 Lenox Hill Road Litchfield, CT 06759, right off of Highway 202. It’s just 45 minutes west of Hartford, about two hours north of New York City.

Contact Information:
Phone number during camp: (860) 567-1525.
Fr. Elias Villis, Director (914) 319-8773 EMERGENCIES ONLY PLEASE!

Complete Registration
Please make sure that you have paid in full and turned in all of your paperwork before you show up for camp! While we understand that there may be questions, please do not email or call the youth office asking to confirm if you have sent your paperwork in. We have many registrants this year, and cannot handle these requests. You will receive an email this week if you are still missing forms or owe payments, otherwise you should be set! If you have sent in your forms and have not received a confirmation, please check your spam or junk folders on your email, sometimes these emails direct there.

Arrival at Camp Saint Paul!

Week 1- Campers must arrive at the campsite between the hours of 10:00 and 11:30 am on July 4th

Week 2- Campers must arrive at the campsite between the hours of 10:00 and 11:30am on July 11th.

Week 3- Campers must arrive at the campsite between the hours of 10:00 and 11:30 am on July 18th.

Departure from Camp Saint Paul!

Week 1 – Campers must be picked up at 12:00 pm on July 10th.

Week 2- Campers must be picked up at 12:00pm on July 17th.

Week 3- Campers must be picked up at 12:00pm on July 24th.

* * Parents are welcome to join us for Divine Liturgy each Sunday at 9:30 am * *

Camp Store
Campers will want spending money for snacks, drinks, sweatshirts, etc. at the camp store. Please bring this with you on the first day of camp.

Cell Phone Policy
Our campers are not allowed to have cell phones with them at all. Please leave them at home. In case of emergency, please call Fr. Elias at 914-319-8773. While we understand that you may be worried about your camper, please do not call to “check up on them.” These calls interrupt the program and the experience your camper will have at camp. Know that they are in a loving environment and if we need you for anything, we will call you right away.

What to Bring
A Bible, prayer book, pillow, pillow case, sleeping bag or sheets and blanket, bath towels, toiletries, flip flops for shower, church clothes (Khakis and a button down for boys, casual knee length skirt and a shirt with short sleeves for girls), swim suit (See “Camp St. Paul Camper Covenant” for appropriate swim wear), beach towel, sunscreen, insect repellent, CD’s for playing at dance and during free time (No Cursing or Vulgar Songs!), rain gear, and spending money for camp store.

What to Not Bring
Alcohol, tobacco products, drugs, weapons, walkman’s, mp3 players or other personal music systems, video game systems, computers, cell phones. (Note: These items will be taken by staff members if brought to camp). Harmless items, such as walkmans and gameboys, will be returned at the conclusion of camp. In the event of discovery of illegal or dangerous items, the parent(s)/guardian(s) will be notified and appropriate action will be taken.

If you have any questions, please let us know, otherwise we will see you at camp!!



Fr. Elias
Director, Camp Saint Paul

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The Direct Archdiocesan District, housed at the Archdiocese in New York City, encompasses parishes in most of New York State, the western half of Connecticut, Washington, D.C. and the Bahamas. The Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is led by its director, Fr. Evagoras Constantinides, and is under the pastoral care of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios.