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Connecting with ourselves, one another, our local communities, and God.
That's what Community Roots is all about!

All of our camps are FREE to attend, and are open to all children aged 6 to 12, regardless of whether or not they have any connection to church.

If you've got any questions, please don't hesitate to be in touch with us at 

Getting Ready for 2023!
We had such a great summer, with camps all the way from Summerside to Mahone Bay, connecting with campers and communities and learning and growing together, and we already can't wait for 2023!

This Summer (2023) we're headed to Mahone Bay, French Village, New Germany, and for the first time we will even have camps in the Halifax region: St. Marks Anglican church Halifax, and St. Timothy's Hatchet's Lake & St.Paul's Terrance Bay. 

CAMPER Registration Forms:

-Mahone Bay

-New Germany

-French Village

-St. Mark's Halifax

-St. Timothy's Hatchet's Lake & St. Paul's Terrance Bay 

-Christ Church Amherst

*For Volunteer registration please contact your parish volunteer coordinator or click here

Wondering what a week of camp looks like?

Our camps are all unique, as they reflect the local community that they happen in, but they do tend to follow a pretty similar rhythm of each day being filled with worship, hearing a story, time to explore in create, discover, and play, community activities (things like learning a skill from someone in the community or going to a splash pad), and of course, lots of time for fun and games. Some of our camps are only half days, but here's an example of what a week of full day camp might look like. 

If you have any other questions, check out our FAQs.


We are grateful to the Anglican Foundation of Canada for funding this program through both their Say Yes! to Kids campaign and their regular grant program. Find out about the 2022 edition of that campaign here