JULY 22ND – THURS • 12:30PM – WOMEN’S DAY
(GROVE HALL-CONTACT LISA SQUARE FOR INFO)

Women’s Day is one of the highlights of our camp meeting experience.

You will not want to miss it. 

Enjoy an afternoon in quaint, historic South Seaville Camp.

  • 12:30pm – At 12:30 pm, visit the Little Acorn Shoppe, Prayer Tent, Cottage Tours, and Arts and Crafts Festival/Bake Sale. Cool off with lemonade at the Bell Tower.   Stay for the program in our open-air Tabernacle and join with other women in worship and praise at 2:30 pm.
  • 2:30pmAt 2:30 pm, stay for the program in our open-air Tabernacle and join with others in worship and praise. Our guest speaker is Damaris Carbaugh whose depth of love and devotion for her Lord and Savior is evident through her special gift of song and powerful ministry. She has been a featured soloist with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.
    (See Below)
  • 4:15pm & 5:30pm – At 4:15 pm & 5:30 pm, dinner will be served in Grove Hall. All reservations for dinner must be made by July 15th with Eileen Bailey (contact: 856-279-2884 or Sawmill Road, PO Box 325, Alloway, NJ 08002). All monies are due by Sunday, July 18th to Barb Whitlock (mail to: PO Box 527, South Seaville, NJ 08246). Cost is $10 with checks made payable to SSCM Women’s Auxiliary.

Reservations required – $10 per person
Contact Eileen Bailey by July 15, 2021

  • Checks (payable to SSCM Auxiliary) may be mailed to P.O. Box 588, S. Seaville, NJ 08246 


 

MEET DAMARIS CARBAUGH
Guest Speaker/Soloist

 

Damaris was born November 4, 1955, in New York City, and was named for a woman who was one of Paul’s few converts on his visit to Athens (Acts 17:34). Her mother was an evangelist and her father a singer, and when they weren’t on the road or out of the country, they attended Thessalonica Church in the South Bronx, which her grandfather pastored. When she was just three months old, her parents moved to Cuba to serve as missionaries in the days before Castro.  A year later they moved to Puerto Rico and Damaris’s childhood years were spent between there and New York. At the age of eight, while living in Puerto Rico, Damaris gave her life to Christ.  By the age of eleven she knew that all she ever wanted to do was sing.  As a teen, Damaris and her two sisters sang as a trio and traveled with their mother. At 15, she was asked to sing at a recording studio, and soon she was in demand by producers and advertising agencies in New York.  In the years since, Damaris has sung with many well-known artists in recording sessions.  She has performed vocals on countless advertising jingles and commercials, often in Spanish, which she speaks fluently.

Damaris has been a featured soloist with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and regularly appeared on the “Day of Discovery” television program. She has recorded fifteen albums. 

Damaris lives in Mt. Vernon, New York with her husband of over thirty-five years, Rod Carbaugh. They have a grown daughter and son.

Damaris’s depth of love and devotion for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is so evident through her special gift of song and powerful speaking ministry.  “God has been so merciful to me.  I want to share His love and His mercy with others and encourage them to draw closer to the Lord.”