Upcoming Events

Soup, Serve and Sing!

Thursday, October 27th at 4:30 to 6:00 (notice date change)

Address:  650 South 300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Please RSVP and contact Karen with any questions.

Senior High youth are invited to join together to serve soup and sing camp songs at St. Mark’s Towers. This is such a fun outreach if you’re looking for volunteer hours. St. Mark’s Towers is one of several outreach ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah.  This community consists of low income individuals who live independently in their own apartments and are widely diverse in culture and faith. Many individuals are without family, live at a distance from their families, and some are not in relationship with their families.  Please join us to spread songs of joy! 

November 6th – Family Event at ECCU
December 4th – Ice Skating @ Gallivan Center
2022 Camp Tuttle schedule

Our 2022 Schedule

Monthly Events

For youth in grades 6-12 and family members!

Please join us for our monthly events on the first Sunday of the month from 4:30-6:30.  We will gather together to celebrate God’s love with fellowship, games, music, food and good conversations! Please contact Karen Gleeson, Youth Director, for any questions and RSVP for events: or 801-349-0336.  If you would like to help donate and support these events, please click the donate tab.

Family Event for Everyone!

Sunday, November 6th at 4:30-6:30 

At the Episcopal Conference Center downtown SLC.  There will be activities that include soul care for all age groups! 

Ice Skating for Youth in Grades 6-12

Sunday, December 4th at 4:30-6:30

Pizza and ice skating at the Gallivan Center under the Christmas lights!

Family members are welcome to attend.

Virtual Camp Orientation


Chat with Camp Tuttle’s staff and administrators via Zoom about all things camp. Topics to be discussed include:

  • What to bring to camp?

  • What activities will my camper participate in?

  • What does arrival day look like?

  • Outline of COVID-19 safety plan

  • Q & A session with the camp director and support staff

Please note that this year we have introduced a new tier pricing system. Each camp has options for three tiered payments. Please select the tier that best suits the financial needs of your family. We don’t want finances to ever stand in the way of a child coming to camp! Email for further information about the tier payment plan.

June 2nd @ 7:00pm

Join Zoom Meeting 

Meeting ID: 841 7435 0922  Passcode: govirtual

Overnight Summer Camp Programs

2022 Camp Tuttle schedule

Nestled at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon near Brighton, Camp Tuttle offers overnight summer camps for children entering grades 3-12. Inclusion and acceptance are a key at Camp Tuttle, and children of all religious backgrounds are encouraged to come join in the fun.

Camp Tuttle offers a challenge course, sometimes called a “ropes course,” that promotes teamwork, creative thinking, and trust. With a wide variety of low events and some exciting high events, the Camp Tuttle ropes course can accommodate people and groups of all ages and abilities.

In addition to enjoying our great ropes course, and beautiful hiking trails, the campers get daily opportunities to make their own adventures and choose from a wide range of activities such as basketball, bread making, mountain biking, theater, yoga, creative writing, frisbee golf, arts and crafts, gigantic games, dance, rock climbing, foosball, card games, our favorite camp game – Nuk’em, and even more! 

Evenings at camp offer time for the whole camp to come together to enjoy talent shows, music, campfires, counselor hunt, and other fun group games. We close each day with song and dance around the campfire and a moment of gratitude from our campers and clergy. Evening prayers are led by Episcopal priests from Utah parishes and beyond.

Learn more about our 2022 Camps here

Youth Retreats

Spring Retreat

Rafting and Ropes Coursin’ in Provo | April 23rd – April 24th, 2022

Youth are invited to join us for our Youth Ministry Spring Retreat overnight. Meet at St. James parking lot where we will carpool to Provo, Utah. Pack a sack lunch to eat before we head to the CLAS Ropes Course where we will participate in the zip line tour and canoe on the Provo River. 

Fall Retreat

The Camp Tuttle Spook-tacular! | September 23rd  – September 25th, 2022

One of our favorite times of the year is when our 6th-12th grade campers return to Camp to celebrate for our fall retreat and to celebrate Halloween! We encourage participants to dress up for our Spooktacular party and they always blow us away with their creativity. We dance, sing, carve pumpkins, and play night games while also reconnecting with the bonds we made throughout the summer. Friends and newcomers are always welcome to join the festivities! 

Winter Retreat

Sanctuary in the Snow | February 26th – February 27th, 2022

Come join us for a fun winter overnight in the mountains! The youth will participate in snowshoeing, sledding and other fun winter activities! We strongly encourage 4×4 wheel drive and carpooling up and down the canyon. Drop off and pick up will be behind the fire station parking lot located near Camp Tuttle. We will snowshoe into camp, and kids are welcome to bring their own sleds if they would like. Friends are always welcome to join us!



Adult Retreats

Staff Alumni Homecoming Retreat

August 12th to August 14, 2022

Join us for Camp Tuttle’s first annual staff alumni retreat. If you’ve ever wondered what camp is like all these years later, come find out! Staff alumni are welcome to bring their family or plus one along for the fun.

Women’s Retreat

September 9th – September 11th, 2022

Please join us for our second annual inclusive Women’s Retreat for individuals 18+ only! Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity for self-care where you can reflect and rejuvenate your soul in the beautiful changing colors of Big Cottonwood Canyon. We can’t wait to see you in the mountains

EYE is the Episcopal Youth Event and is one of the single greatest events the Episcopal Church does. There are over  1500 people (high school students, their adult mentors, and bishops from around the church) who all stay on a college campus  to learn, laugh, and serve.

Participants must have turned 15 or no older than 19 by the event start. Current freshmen who are 14 will have an opportunity to attend EYE2026 as the Episcopal Youth Event is on a three-year cycle.

When: July 4-8, 2023
Where: University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland
Who: students in grades 9-12 of the 2022-2023 school year who will be age 15-19 at the time of EYE
Cost: TBA
Deadline to sign up: TBA
Registration: TBA