Little Acorn Shop

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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.

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Youth

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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.

Proverbs 22:6 states “…start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”  Our legacy…and our love.

Children of all ages will have an opportunity to grow in faith, develop new friendships and create life-long memories throughout the two weeks of South Seaville Camp Meeting.

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Youth Adult Program

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This program is for post-high school ages 18 through 28, and will be held Monday through Friday during the second week of camp meeting. You are invited to join morning Bible studies led by young adults, and evening activities that will follow camp meeting worship services. For additional information, contact Debbie Hammond or Jim Howe.

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Children

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Children of all ages will have the opportunity to grow in their faith, develop new friendships, and create lifelong memories throughout the two weeks of South Seaville Camp Meeting. Nursery care will be provided during the morning Bible Study Hour and Evening Worship services in Wright Hall. “Kid’s Bible Camp” for children in Grades K-5 will be held in Howe Hall during the morning Bible Study Hour. Children in Grades K-5 are encouraged to worship with their families during the Evening Worship service.

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General Information

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

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.

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