Thank you to all those who made Camp Bibleway 2023 possible! See if you can find all the items below. Click the picture to enlarge.
Please also share our gofundme page with anyone who may wish to donate online.
The excitement for Camp Bibleway 2022 is building, and we’re looking forward to another exiting Bible Readathon on June 18th! Mark your calendar, and please see Bro. John G. if you have any questions.
For those of you who didn’t go as a camper or counselor to Camp Bibleway, you might be wondering what the rest of us were up to all week? Tonight during the service, we will be showing the 2019 camp video, which will more than satisfy your curiosity! You won’t want to miss it.
See you this evening at 7pm!
Here’s a little fun for those who went to Camp Bibleway this year. See if you can find yourself in this humorous group photo!
We had a wonderful time at Camp Bibleway this year. Check out our highlight video below!
We’re headed to camp in a little over 24 hours! One last reminder to bring your forms and any remaining funds with you to church tomorrow morning.
We will be leaving immediately following the evening service, so please arrive at 5:00pm to load up the bus.
As a reminder to all those attending Camp Bibleway; we would like you to have all camper’s paperwork and funds turned in this Wednesday evening. This will greatly help us to get everything in order before we leave Sunday. If you have not yet received paperwork or have any questions, please contact Bro. John G.
Additional information and forms can be found on the Camp Bibleway website.
It’s almost here! The Bible Readathon begins tomorrow, May 25, at 3pm sharp! So far, individuals have committed to 21hrs of reading. Even if you’re not participating, we encourage you to come out and support those who are. Take a moment out of your busy day, and receive a blessing by listening to the Word of God being read aloud.
Participants can find more information available HERE.
Isaiah 55:11 “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper [in the thing] whereto I sent it.”