top of page

139th Annual Session

July 29 - August 11, 2024

DAILY SERVICE SCHEDULE

Morning Bible Study

10am | Main Tabernacle 

July 30 - August 3: Rev. Adam Swift:

August 5 - August 10: Rev. Randy Gehman

Wednesday Afternoon Bible Study

1:30pm | Main Tabernacle

This session there will be one afternoon service each week to be held on the two Wednesdays of Camp at 1:30 p.m. in the Tabernacle.

 

On the first Wednesday, Nick Spurgeon will give his testimony and the Spiritual Directors team will lead a panel discussion on, “How to cultivate a devotional life.”

 

The second Wednesday will feature camper testimonies and a Spiritual Directors panel discussion on, “How to be more faithful in prayer.”

Evening Service

7:30pm | Main Tabernacle

July 29 - August 4: Rev. Nick Spurgeon

August 5 - August 10: Rev. Tim Valentino:

2024 Camp Missionaries

First Week: James & Corinna Cavanaugh

For over 20 years, God has been transforming the lives of Joseph and Corinna Cavanaugh, missionaries to Mexico. They wrote: “Our life experiences of divorce, drug and alcohol addiction, and emotional abuse have prepared us for bringing hope to communities struggling with these issues. 

“Combining these experiences with our gifts and talents of discipleship and mentoring, youth and young adult ministry, education and health care, we share the joy of the Lord to transform lives in central Mexico. 

“We believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ can set people free from generational bondage. “And we believe transformed people will transform people; and transformed people will transform communities.” 

 

Second Week: Steven & Patricia Arce 

Steven and Patricia Arce serve in Cabudare, Venezuela. 

 

Steven, a third- generation missionary, was raised in Venezuela. 

Steven and Patricia grew up in a church working in Sunday school and VBS. In 2001 they married and have served in Venezuela for the last 17 years They are church-planting missionaries, pastoring “Iglesia Punto de Encuentro”(Gathering Point church), which has about 300 attending every Sunday. They host men’s, women’s and youth camps every year, “where lives are changed from a path of despair and fear to a life of surrender to our Lord Jesus Christ.” 

bottom of page