"Camp at the Eastward is a faith-based community which strives to build relationships with God and one another in an environment of acceptance and love. Our mission, as a ministry ofMission at the Eastward, is to provide foundational knowledge and spiritual growth in Jesus Christ through community, friendship, worship and adventure."
Camp at the Eastward [CATE] is a Presbyterian camp owned and operated by the churches of Mission at the Eastward [MATE], a non-profit organization under the auspices of the Presbytery of Northern New England [PNNE], since its founding in 1960 by the visionary Rev. Bill Burger. That early 'can do' spirit and abiding camper loyalty are reflected in the tenacious support, stewardship, and hands on volunteerism that have brought us to where we are today.
CATE provides both week-long residential camps (grades 3-12) and day camp for younger campers during our Summer Camp season. In addition, specialty camps and rental use of these unique facilities to groups and organizations are available. Summer campers come from a variety of backgrounds 'where everyone belongs' and where, for some, 'Camp is their Bible' or 'Church'. Staff and directors are often camp alumni, affiliated with a church of Mission at the Eastward, and/or a member of the MATE pastoral staff.
From Farmington, Route 43 North to Starks and left on Sawyers Mills Rd. opposite the Starks Elementary School/Town Hall
From Anson, Route 43 South to Starks and right on Sawyers Mills Rd. opposite the Starks Elementary School/Town Hall
From Route 2 in New Sharon, take Route 134 to Route 43, right into Starks and Sawyers Mills Rd.
Camp at the Eastward located at
68 Sawyers Mills Rd., Starks, ME
Camp At The Eastward
PO Box 294, Anson, ME 04911
Off season phone # (207) 713-6283
As the youth ministry of Mission at the Eastward and the Presbyterian Church (USA), contributions made to Camp at the Eastward are deductible by the donors as provided by section 170 of the Code. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts, to or for the use of Camp at the Eastward are deductible for Federal estate and gift tax purposes as provided by sections 2055, 2106 and 2522 of the Code.