Stoutsville Camp Centennial Celebration

Centennial Celebration Sunday, July 16 to Friday, July 28, 2017


Would you like to have a “family-friendly” camping experience this summer?  Did you know that our church, New Zion, owns a cabin on the campgrounds at Stoutsville Camp close to Circleville?  That’s right!  The cabin is open to anyone from New Zion who wants to come and stay.  Why not plan to bring your family down to camp and spend a day, a night, or even a week during Stoutsville Camp Meeting the last two weeks of July.  There is NO CHARGE to come to the camp for your family, and we have a wonderful, cozy cabin on the grounds!  OH, and did I mention, you don’t even have to pay for meals!  All food for our cabin is donated.


This year camp officially begins Sunday evening, July 16th, and runs through Friday, July 28th.  Our church’s cabin will be open beginning Sunday afternoon, July 16th.  We will have a light Sunday supper, served at 5 p.m. and dessert following the evening evangelistic service that starts at 6 p.m. on Sundays.


To celebrate the Centennial, we would like to invite everyone from New Zion to bring friends and family to a POTLUCK at noon on Saturday, July 22ndDrinks and table service will be provided.  If you have never been down to the cabin, this is the PERFECT chance to get to tour the grounds.


Stoutsville Camp is a non-denominational family church camp.  There is a children’s Vacation Bible School from 10:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-2:30 p.m.  There are youth activities four times a day (10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and Ring Circle at 10 p.m.)  (Youth must be going into the 7th grade to stay without parents.  Children younger can stay with a parent).  Afternoons hold recreational activities and tournaments like volleyball, soccer, basketball, and softball.  There are also youth fun days, a youth band, a youth talent show, and special speakers.


Adults also have activities together like Bible studies, videos, and guest speakers.  Each evening at 7 p.m. there is an evangelistic service, which all age groups attend, where guest evangelists come in from all over the country to speak (we have some really terrific ones this year for the Centennial celebration!)


I will put sign-up sheets in the foyer beside the sanctuary for food donations for the cabin meals.  If you can sign up to help keep the New Zion cabin open, please give Rhonda Miller a call (740-862-4921).  In order to keep the cabin open, we need people willing to help prepare meals and oversee the routine at our cabin (including monitoring any youth who might be staying).  We plan to have the cabin open all two weeks.


Please begin praying for the camp, the workers, the youth, the evangelists, and everyone attending camp.  Be sure to visit the camp website for pictures from last year’s camp.  Go to