Welcome To Camp Nazareth!
We would like to welcome you to the website of Camp Nazareth Retreat and Conference Center. Camp Nazareth, located in Mercer, PA, has been serving a variety of groups and hosting many different events since 1977. It has hosted religious camps, sports camps, weekend retreats, school meetings, marriage retreats, band camps and other events during its 36-year history. We invite you to call or visit us to see how Camp Nazareth can meet your group’s individual needs.... Learn More >>
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Diocesan Summer Camp 2018
Week 1: July 15-21 New England, NY, NJ, Florida and Canada Deaneries
Week 2: July 22--28 Johnstown, Pocono, Southern Tier, Youngstown and Chicago Deaneries
Week 3: July 29-Aug 4 Pittsburgh, Mid-Atlantic, Tri-State and Washington D.C. Deaneries
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MERCER, PA -- The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh, the Ukrainian Orthodox Diocese and the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese are pleased to announce their third co-sponsored Young Adult Retreat. The Retreat, crafted for young adults, will take place Friday, May 4 – Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Camp Nazareth located in Mercer, PA
With God’s help in everything and at every step, Camp Nazareth completed the building of a new multi-purpose structure in late November. The structure “sits” between Cabins A & B and Cabins 1 & 2. The structure (affectionately known as “The Ark”) is roughly 2300 square feet and includes a large meeting space, 2 bathrooms, 2 showers, a front porch, a vaulted ceiling and laundry facilities. It will be used in different ways, depending on the needs of the Camp and its user groups. It can be used as a speaking venue or an activity area (rainy days, movies, exercise, etc.). It can also be used as a cabin for Staff if the needs of the user group call for it (which has been the case for several years now). The Ark provides the Camp with a great deal of flexibility and will be especially helpful for groups that often use the Lodge for both meals and their activities. We are grateful to God for everything and ask that we would always use what He has given us in a way that glorifies Him. “The Ark” will be blessed and dedicated at our Diocesan Clergy Retreat in April.