Events Beyond Halifax

Camping in Nova Scotia

Camp Mush-a-Mush offers a full summer of programs at its beautiful setting in Lunenburg County. Opportunities for youth to work at the camp are available. Check here for contact information: 

Atlantic Conference Youth

If you have an interest in getting involved with gatherings of Lutheran youth in the Atlantic Conference, that is, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, let your pastor know and send a message to the Atlantic Ministry Area Dean, Rev. Dr. Kimber McNabb, at

Volunteer Opportunities

 The ELCA offers opportunities for global service. Check with them as they are open to Canadian Lutherans as well.

 Another shorter-term opportunity is available with the World Council of Churches as a steward in the late summer. 

Synodical Youth Events

Justice Camps are hosted by the Eastern Synod (Lutheran) and the Diocese of Toronto (Anglican). This is a perfect opportunity for young adults to learn more about justice issues in an environment that is intentionally inclusive and promotes their insight and full participation. Visit for 2018 events for youth leaders of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto. Send general inquiries to the Youth and Young Adult Ministry Director, Rev. Christie Morrow at

Canadian National Youth Events

CLAY (Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth) a gathering of young people in the Anglican Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. It is an experience in living and learning in community with other youth and adult mentors. Check out the site to learn more about the theme, what is involved in a gathering, and how you can register with a team to be in Thunder Bay. CLAY 2018 will take place August 15-19, 2018 in Thunder Bay, Ontario. To register for threads, please visit: General information surrounding CLAY 2018 can be found at:

International Lutheran Events

Details on the Lutheran Student Movement’s gathering over New Year’s each year. Here is the website for the 2017 Gathering.

On this same site you can learn of Lutheran students from all over North America who undertake Spring Break service projects. Stay in touch with their plans for intentional service-learning opportunities. Over the last three years, some 3500 college students representing nearly 80 different colleges and universities have participated in alternative spring break through Lutheran Disaster Response.