Remembering the Past and Dreaming for the Future of Canterbury Hills Camp

Reflections From the New Director By Sharon Millar I have a very distinct memory from the first time I ever set foot at Canterbury Hills Camp. In the winter of 1998, I attended family camp with my parents and my younger brother. One evening for snack we’re presented with tortilla chips and shredded cheese. We […]

Canterbury Hills Camp: A Light in the Darkness

By Zoe Oliviera and the Canterbury Hills Camp staff Ever since I was a kid, summer camp has been a beacon of pure and undeniable joy. There was always laughter to be found between the walls of beloved cabins and memories to be made in the rolling hills of the woods. New friends embraced you […]

A Year in Review

I have spent many summers over the years at Canterbury Hills, but the first summer with the director title is a whole different ball game. As the preparation for summer 2020 quickly picks up speed, I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to pause for a moment to reflect on the amazing, hectic, beautiful, […]

Camps booked up by February

A diamond where youth can meet God in a personal way, relate to others and create memories forever, is how Rosemary Anstey described Canterbury Hills Camp ministry to nearly 300 delegates attending the 144th Niagara Synod. Hiking, creative programs, high ropes, swimming, co-operative games and chapel Eucharist help change the lives of 700 people during […]

Canterbury Hills Plans for Summer of Virtual Camp

Hello friends of Canterbury Hills Camp! We are excited to announce that registration for the second year of our virtual camp program is now open! This year we are excited to share that we are offering two different virtual programs to fit the needs of families during the pandemic. Camp in A Box  Our Original […]