We believe in providing a space that will support meaningful relationships, new experiences, and an unforgettable summer camp experience.
Located conveniently central to Saint John, Moncton and Fredericton, our cozy camp site sits on the beautiful Saint John River, with all the camp amenities needed to have a great week away! Camp Medley is owned and operated by the Anglican Diocese of Fredericton, and is maintained by the Camp Director.
Our leadership and camp staff are formed in the values of Christian leadership and work to create an innovative camp experience. We place a special value and importance on providing an affirming and welcoming community, and want to meet you this summer!
Our staff are committed to our mission to ‘proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, for the making of disciples’, and to do so by providing a safe and affirming environment where campers can be challenged to learn, build important relationships, and play in the beauty of God’s creation. Camp is a formative experience in the lives of young people, and an incredible place for children and youth to challenge themselves in new ways, exploring the potential of their skills and abilities.
The ministry and outreach of Camp Medley stretches far beyond the summer months! We are always looking to create new an exciting opportunities to visit our surrounding communities in the ‘off season’, and to engage with our camp family and friends year-round.
MEET OUR DIRECTOR
The Rev. John Galbraith has been actively involved in ministry to families and youth for several years. John has extensive experience in working with at-risk youth, camping ministry and serving families in the local church and community. A strong servant’s heart, he is often supporting and encouraging those around him to grow in their love of Christ and walking with them.
John served at St John the Evangelist (Parish of Douglas & Nashwaaksis) in Fredericton from 1997 to 2020.
In January 2019, John was appointed as Director of Camp Medley; providing leadership and oversight to the ministry and programming at the Camp.