Sebring Holiness Campmeeting

Sebring, Ohio - July 10-20, 2014

Welcome to Sebring Camp Meeting

General Camp Information 

Sebring Camp is a family camp with services, activities, and fellowship for all ages. While maintaining the best values of the holiness camp meeting, Sebring Camp seeks to relate to the needs of our day.

Housing 

Housing, Meals, Bookstore Rooms, tent space, and motor home / RV spaces will full hook-ups are available.

Call the caretaker at (330) 938-9444 for rates and reservations.

A cafeteria and snack bar are available throughout the day at reasonable prices.

The Ladies Auxiliary sponsors a book store with proceeds benefiting various camp projects

Workdays:

Each Saturday after June 1 is a work day at Sebring Camp.

Why not bring a group from your church and help us prepare the grounds for camp meeting? Bring a picnic lunch and plan to spend a Saturday working and fellowshipping at the camp. Call the caretaker at (330) 938-9444 and let us know when you can help!

Meetings During Camptime:

Camp Board Tuesday, 1:00 PM

Ladies Auxiliary - Wednesday, 1:00 PM

Association Meeting Last Saturday 1:00 PM .

Camp Address and Phone

Sebring Camp Meeting
P.O. Box 97,
Sebring, Ohio 44672
(330) 938-9444

Caretakers: Terry and Valerie Flint

Nursery

A nursery is available for children through age 2 during the 7:00 PM service in our Nursery building.

Second Century Society

Sebring Camp Meeting’s Constitution states that our mission is:

“the promotion and spreading of God’s Word in its entirety with the emphasis on the doctrine of ‘scriptural Holiness.’ Further, it shall be for the spiritual benefit of all denominations, endeavoring to ‘keep the unity of the Spirit’ (Ephesians 4:3) in an interdenominational fellowship.”

For more than 100 years that mission has been faithfully carried out in this place we call the Sebring Campgrounds, a gift of the Sebring family, founders of this community. It was a legacy gift that has paid eternal dividends to all the succeeding generations that have walked here. It is a gift to which we in this generation must give appropriate stewardship, that the generations that follow after us may also reap eternal rewards.

Throughout the years, there have been many people that have given a part of their life to minister to children, youth, and adults. They have preached, taught, and sung the Word of God. They have been the means by which the mission has been promoted and proclaimed. These good folks, and those who will minister in years to come, also deserve our appropriate stewardship.

It is for this mission (the promotion and proclamation of God’s Word) and these means (this place and the people who minister) that you are asked to consider becoming a member of Sebring Camp Meeting’s Second Century Society.

Would you prayerfully ask God what He would do through you to accomplish His will for this ministry?

____ Presidents’ Circle: $500 per year (July 1-June 30) for 5 years

____ Tabernacle Circle: $1,000 per year (July 1-June 30) for 5 years

____ Sebring Circle: $2,500 per year (July 1-June 30) for 5 years

____ Anne S. Murphy Endowment: Current gift of $1,000, or I will remember
        Sebring Camp in my will.

(Anne S. Murphy was a co-founder of Sebring Camp Meeting and writer/composer of the gospel song, “Constantly Abiding.”)

For more information, please contact Camp President Charles Nutt - chuck@sebringcamp.org.

Sebring Interdenominational Holiness Camp Meeting
P.O. Box 97,
Sebring, Ohio 44672
(330) 938-9444