Woodland Family Camp 2014
Plan on joining us for fellowship and spiritual renewal!
Guest Speaker: Dr. Bud Bence
Music Director: Gary McClanahan
Bible Study Facilitator: Frank Baldwin, Jr.
Youth Activities: Dan Coy
Tweens’ Ministries: Lynn Patterson
Children’s Ministries: Nancy Bennett
Camp Director: Frank Baldwin, Jr.
Woodland Family Camp 2015
Guest Speaker: Dr. David Smith, V.P. for Academic Affairs,
Kingswood University, New Brunswick, Canada
Bible Study: Sherwood Graham, Stuart, Florida
Music: Dan Coy, Roanoke, Virginia
|Camp meeting has had an important role in the history of the spiritual development of Christians. While it has vacillated on the precipice of extinction, there is a growing desire nation-wide to re-assemble with old friends, to slow down from the assiduousness of life and focus on spiritual renewal.|
|Woodland Family Camp is an association of believers who assemble each year representing many denominations and churches. One week out of the year, people come from all over the United States to reconnect with old friends. Many share a connection with the conservative holiness movement as either former or current members. Many first-time attendees comment on the diversity yet the spirit of unity which is shared among fully devoted followers of Christ.|
|“I was apprehensive about attending because it’s been years since I’ve seen a lot of these people and I didn’t know if they would accept me. It has been so wonderful. I’m so glad I came.” — Susan|
|Camp is designed with family vacation in mind. Mornings consist of Bible studies. Afternoons are kept free to fellowship or visit area attractions. After the evening service everyone gathers in the dining hall for a time to socialize and have hamburgers and ice cream. The teens finish the evening around the camp fire telling stories, sharing and singing.|
|“My favorite part of camp is the night we spend in the woods playing ‘Man Hunt’.” — Teen Testimonial|
|People’s lives are being changed at Woodland Family Camp. Not only in the services and times of prayer, but also in the time of fellowship. Lifetime friendships are being born each year during our camping season.|