Julia Meadows – webmaster
Julia has worn many, many hats when it comes to St. Michael’s Youth Conference: camper, music teacher, part-time cook, full-time cook, and webmaster. She began attending the camp in 2008 as a young camper and attended almost yearly until 2014, when she had to step away from her post as cook to focus on completing her bachelor’s degree. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto and currently resides in Nova Scotia with her husband and their two cats. “St. Michael’s had a profound effect on my life, helping me strengthen friendships with other campers from my home parish in Toronto. It gave me a strong knowledge of the Bible and of Anglican liturgy that I still appreciate to this day.”
For the past few years I’ve had an absolutely amazing time both volunteering and being a counselor at St. Michael’s Youth Conference. From morning classes furthering Christian education, to the fun afternoon and evening activities including canoeing, swimming, and capture the flag, St. Mike’s has given me the opportunity to grow as an Anglican and as a person. Around the camp I’m often known as the “games coordinator” which basically means I’m the go-to person during free time to find fun games and activities to do. This camp is a great way to make strong new friendships while having a lot of fun. Going to St. Mike’s was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made and I can’t wait to see you at camp!