Memorial Day Weekend
Saturday, May 29, 2017
9:00– Women’s Auxiliary Mtg. – Dining Hall
10:00- Board of Directors Mtg. – Howe Hall
5:30 – Covered dish dinner – Grove Hall

Saturday, July 15th
8:00-2:00 Yard Sale/Market Day/Bake Sale w/ hotdogs & hamburgers. Reservations contact Carol Pickering (609-624-1816) for tables.

2:00 Board of Directors Mtg. – Howe Hall

6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Prayer Vigil – Tabernacle
Contact Alaina Haerbig at cottage 13 for information.

July Sunday Morning Services-10:30 a.m.

July 16th
The formal opening of the 154th session of South Seaville Camp Meeting. Opening Worship and remembering the saints in the Tabernacle with Grant Karsner, President of SSCMA. (We will gather at the flagpole at 10:20 a.m. for the raising of the flag.)

July 23rd
10:30 a.m., Pastor Brian Roberts, District Superintendent (Cape May District)

July 30th
10:30 a.m., Pastor Joy Furda, Church of the Heights, Gibsonia, PA. We will be celebrating Holy Communion as a community of faith.

Sunday Dinners
Dinner will be served on Sundays. Reservations required. Call Marge Hammond at 609-828-2146.

Ice Cream

The Uarda Betts Ice Cream Parlor will be open every night following the evening service under the direction of Marcia Caldwell.

Evening Services 7:30 p.m. July 16th to 21st
Pastor Rich Stevenson—- Director, The Malachi Network

Rich Stevenson is the Executive Director of The Malachi Network, a ministry committed to “Making the name of the LORD great among the nations.”

Rich has been in pastoral ministry for many years; pastoring churches in Southern New Jersey and planting a church in Wilmore, KY. While in Wilmore, he served as an adjunct professor at Asbury University. He also taught at the International House of Prayer University in Kansas City and  served as the Community Life Director for the  IHOP-KC missions base. Rich was on staff at the International House of Prayer-Atlanta and is currently back home, living in South Jersey.

Evening Services 7:30 p.m.
July 23rd to 28th

Pastor Kurt Kinney
Senior Pastor, Bethel Church

Kurt Kinney grew up in northern Maine and felt the call of God on his life as a teenager in Bible camp. He graduated from Zion Bible Institute in Barrington, RI in 1989. He began ministry in State College, PA in 1989 where he served as Youth/Music Pastor at State College Assemblies of God until 1993. From 1993-1995, he was a Drama Director for the Christian drama ministry “Heaven’s Gates and Hell’s Flames.”   From 1995 to the present, Kurt served as the Senior Pastor of Bethel Christian Center in Blackwood, NJ. Since 2008, he also served as Presbyter of the West Central South Section of the New Jersey District of the Assemblies of God.

Kurt and his wife, Kathy, live in Blackwood, NJ with their children, Josh and Amanda.

7:30pm-July 25th The return of “Christmas in July”

7:30pm-July 30th Closing of the 154th Camp Meeting with Vice PresidentPastor Tom Fisher preaching.

Weekly Happenings (Daily Monday – Friday)

8:45-9:30 a.m. Stretching with the Scriptures led by Jim Howe – Howe Hall

9:30–10:30 a.m.  – Bible Study – Tabernacle – Week #1
Pastor Michael P. Smith, Senior Pastor, Clinton United Methodist Church


9:30–10:30 a.m.  – Bible Study – Tabernacle –Week #2
Pastor Steve Elliot, Senior Pastor, Elmer United Methodist Church


9:30 a.m.Youth Program (grades 6-12)
9:30 a.m. Children’s Program (grades K -5)  Howe Hall

6:00 pm Choir Practice
6:30 pm Guest Praise Team Practice (2nd week)
7:30 pm Evening Service with nursery*

*Nursery – provided during Evening Worship services in Wright Hall, coordinated by Bliss Strauss.

Bi-Weekly Hymn Sing (Sunday and Wednesday) at 7 pm


Sunday, July 16
12:00 p.m. Dinner – Grove Hall

Monday, July 17
10:30 a.m.  Women’s Aux. Mtg. –Tabernacle

Wednesday, July 19
10:30 a.m. Camp Mtg. Brunch – Grove Hall
6:00 p.m. Communion – Outdoor Chapel

Thursday, July 20
1:00 p.m. Women’s Tea – Grove Hall – Contact Lisa Square for information

Friday, July 21 
11 am Volleyball Game – Paul Hammond

Saturday, July 22
10:00 a.m. Cottagers’ Mtg. & election of directors/executive officers

4:00 pm Family “Palozza Celebration” (Games, Picnic and Movie Night)

Sunday, July 23
12:00 p.m. Dinner – Grove Hall

Monday, July 24
5:00 p.m. – Pot Luck Supper -Grove Hall

Tuesday, July 25
Women’s Outing at Tuckahoe Inn for lunch, plus Endicott-Reardon Museum Tour

Christmas in July – Carol Pickering

Wednesday, July 26
Pancake Breakfast -Grove Hall following Bible Study – Dave Peiffer

Thursday, July 27

Women’s Day – Special Speaker – Jessie Seneca – Tabernacle



Friday, July 28
11:00 a.m. Whiffle Ball Game – Youth/Adults – Jim Dunn

Saturday, July 29
10:00 a.m. Women’s Aux. Mtg. – Tabernacle
10:00 a.m. SSCMA Board of Directors’ Mtg. – Howe Hall
6:00 pm Samaritan’s Purse – Howe Hall

Sunday, July 30
12:00 p.m. Dinner – Grove Hall

August 6th ………………….. .Pastor Charles Bender  (with communion)
August 12th ………………….. .Special Event – Hymn Sing with Richard Ernst
August 13th…………………………Pastor Tom Fisher
August 20th …………………………….Pastor Don Polk
August 27th ………………………..Pastor Tom Fisher


September 2 …..………………………7:30 pm
September 3 ..……………10:30 am & 7:30 pm

Pastor Dave Bailey, Sr. will be sharing God’s Word with us.

General Information
Facilities are available for use by groups. To make arrangements, contact June McCauley at 609-624-1372.

Little Acorn Shoppe

The “Little Acorn Shoppe” has a variety of items for sale. Many are hand made by the Women’s Auxiliary. Others include souvenirs, collectables, household items, Rada knives, books and DVD’s. Shoppe is open before and after Evening Services, and as posted. Contact June McCauley or Sarah Soard (856) 430-9603.

Memorial Flowers & Garden Club

Checks and information for memorial flowers in the Tabernacle during Camp Meeting should be mailed to Bobbe LeHew at PO Box 93, South Seaville, NJ 08246 or placed in the mailbox at Cottage #88 on the porch. Checks for the Garden Club can be sent to the same address with a notation “For Garden Club”.  Bill Wert is the lead for the Garden Club and can provide information about the beautification of the grounds around the tabernacle. All checks should be made out to South Seaville Camp Meeting. Questions may be directed to Bobbe LeHew (609) 545-7672 or Margie Peiffer (856) 534-3261.

Women’s Day
Thursday, July 27 is one of the highlights of our camp meeting experience. You will not want to miss it. Come enjoy an afternoon in quaint historic South Seaville Camp.

At 12:30 pm – Enjoy visiting the Arts & Crafts Festival, The Little Acorn Shoppe, and participate in the cottage tours. Cool off with lemonade at the Bell Tower.

At 2:30 pm, a special program will be presented featuring Jessie Seneca, National speaker, author, leadership trainer and the founder of More of Him Ministries.

Dinner will be served at 4:15 and 5:30 pm in Grove Hall. Cost is $10.00. Reservations for dinner can be made by July 17th by calling Sarah Soard (856-430-9603) or by mailing to Sarah at PO Box 524, South Seaville, NJ 08246.

Nourishing, encouraging and raising our Youth remain a key 2017 focus. A vital part of our SSCMA future. Children of all ages will have an opportunity to grow in faith, nourish friendships and create life-long memories.

Grades K-5. Conducted during Morning Bible Study in Howe Hall, and coordinated by Bev Hammond, Sharon Elliott and Crystal Hammond.

Grades 6-12. Held during Morning Bible Study in Cox Hall and coordinated by Kiera McKee.

Young Adult Program
Post-high school; ages 18-28, focusing on a combination of morning Bible Studies and evening activities, coordinated by Jim and Jan Howe.