Welcome to Summer Servants

Summer Servants is an overnight mission trip for teens in located in Syracuse, NY. It aims to connect people to people, to reveal our commonalities and serve each other in our needs.

We go into the heart of Syracuse and are transformed by our conversations, actions and experiences. We bring together youth groups to have a shared camp experience that will change your entire perspective on our city and your faith.

2020  Camp Dates

July 19th-23rd

*Please note that we will only be running one week of camp this year due to a transitions with staffing. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be working hard over the next few months to prepare for camp and are hoping to be back to two weeks in the future! If you have any questions, please contact us: summerservants@gmail.com

Summer Servants: fun and excitement. Our whys, hopes and dreams

Summer Servants is coordinated and run by staff at the Brady Faith Center, a ministry which strives to meet the spiritual, educational, and social needs of individuals and families in the Southwest Community of Syracuse

Mission and Vision


We affirm that God loves and cares for the people living in the inner-city of Syracuse and that they are a gift to all who are seeking relationships of hope, healing and renewal.  We want to change the world we live in for good by allowing God to change us, one youth, one person, one heart, one relationship at a time!  We pray to be instruments of God’s peace and work to train one another in the biblical model of servant leadership.

Summer Servants’ vision is to welcome people to:

Live together in community for a week

Participate in relationship-based and meaningful service in our urban neighborhood

Listen to people who live in urban neighborhoods share their stories of perseverance and faith

See a wide range of urban ministries that are serving Jesus in the lives of other

Reflect on what we see and experience in light of:

  1. God’s purpose and meaning in our lives
  2. The biblical commitment to the poor and vulnerable
  3. The church’s social mission

Envision specific ways that all of us can respond and stay connected and involved

Go Forth to live and act in new ways