2021 Family Camp: July 30-August 6
Check out photos from 2015 Camp
Greetings in the precious name of our Lord Jesus!
Unless circumstances mandate otherwise, this summer’s camp meeting will be held (July 30- Aug 6).
COVID guidelines given by Pennsylvania’s Governor Wolf as well as recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be in place.
IMPORTANT: Those at high risk or who may cause others to contract the COVID-19 virus should refrain from attending (includes those who have COVID symptoms and/or have been in contact with someone who tested positive within the last 14 days prior to camp meeting).
It is understood there are those who will choose not to attend camp meeting this year. Please know you are loved, and your decision is respected. All look forward to meeting more freely with less concern about this very real health issue.
Safety Precautions for our gathering are listed here.
Please note camp meeting will look and run a little differently. Thank you for your understanding and willingness to cooperate!!
Covid-19 Safety Precautions for Camp Meeting 2021
*Social distancing encouraged
*You are encouraged to spread out in the tabernacle, dining room, classrooms, and other gathering places.
*Offerings may be placed in the Offering Box at the main entrance of the Tabernacle (offering baskets will not be passed during services)
*Extra supplies for self-cleaning will be available in public restrooms.
Available at the Candy Stand will be cleaning supplies to clean your rooms and other areas as required
*Dining room seating will be spaced
*There will be a limit of one person/family at a time in the dish room to return trays, utensils, etc., and disposing of trash
*Water Dispensers will not be in use. Bottled water will be available at the Candy Stand for .25 a bottle. There will also be a filtered water station in the Dining Hall to refill bottles.
**Other changes may be needed as we get closer to camp and possibly during camp meeting. Again, thank you for your understanding and willingness to cooperate.
RESERVATIONS TO ATTEND CAMP IS REQUIRED. Contact the housing manager:
808 Knollwood Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Burnside Camp Meeting
was founded in 1932 by H.L. Gregg and J.H. Rupert. It is an independent Church of God camp meeting and is always held on the last Friday of July and continues for eight days. It is a family camp meeting with services for all ages.
The purpose for having a campmeeting is to bring people together to pray, encourage each other, grow spiritually, and to spread the gospel. ~Adopted by General Assembly April 27, 2013