Ukrainian Orthodox Church of USA
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA offers outstanding programs for
the youth and families of our church. Click on photos for more information.
Staff needed for all encampments
Postitions available ages 14 and up
Various positions available for different lengths of
time: multiple week, single week, weekend
Many ways to
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Teenage Conference is the longest standing program and has been offered to
teenagers for over 50 years.
TC Photo Album 2013 TC Recap 2015
Diocesan Church School Camp was developed over 30 years ago to meet the
needs of younger youth.
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MMDM Photo Album 2013 MMDM Recap 2015
Mommy & Me/Daddy & Me is celebrating its 15th year and provides
wonderful experiences for children 4 –8 years old and their parents. For more
information about each of these programs click on the photos below.
See information below.
UOCCP Camper Scholarships
Five $100.00 scholarships for campers who are in need of financial assistance. The scholarships are
generously provided by the Jr. Ukrainian Orthodox League.
Metropolian Constantine Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to one individual and covers one full week of camp. The criteria for
awardship is financial need and participation in parish life.
Holy Trinity Camper Scholarships
Five $100.00 scholarships. The scholarships are generously provided by the legacy of Holy Trinity
Parish, New Castle, PA. This scholarship is not based on financial need.
Camper Scholarship Funds
If you are interested and able to contribute to the Metropolitan Constantine Scholarship Fund or
provide a special scholarship, please contact the Consistory Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry at
email@example.com or 412-977-2010.
Wasyl Pysh Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to one individual who has never attended Teenage Conference and covers
one full week of camp. This scholarship is not based on financial need.
St. Nicholas Program is the newest session in our camping
ministry. Hoping to provide an Orhtodox camping experience
for youth with disabilities and their families.