Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2022

Kingdom Fellowship Weekend 2022 is scheduled to be hosted at Roxbury Holiness Camp on Friday to Sunday, August 26-28, 2022.

Brochure: (not available yet)

Theme: “Cross and Kingdom”

“We must through many tribulations enter the kingdom of God.”

Acts 14:22b

The preaching of the cross is foolishness to the world, but to us who are being saved it is the power and wisdom of God—which according to I Corinthians 2, He has ordained before the world to our glory as followers of Jesus.

Our King not only laid down His life on Mount Calvary, He had died to Himself, to His own will, long before being nailed to and lifted up on a physical wooden cross. By this, He gave us an example that we should follow in His steps. He conquered sin and death—through the mystery and power of the cross. He resurrected from death, and now sits on the right hand of the Majesty on high. Had the princes of the world known all of this, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. The power and mystery of the cross portrays something of the depths of the unsearchable wisdom of God.

Now we too are invited to enter His eternal kingdom and glory by way of the cross. The Calvary Road may be narrow and less traveled, but it leads to everlasting life!

Father Forgive Them image by Caleb Crider
Taken from “Tell Me the Stories of Jesus” by Caleb Crider. Artwork by Alex Brover.
© 2016 Christian Light Publications, Inc. Used by permission.

Prepare now: Please prepare your heart by memorizing 1 Peter 4 and 5 in the KJV or NKJV—yes, two chapters! All those who memorize these chapters will be given an opportunity to recite it together at the Saturday evening service.

Schedule of events

Friday morning

  • There will be a Church Growth Seminar in the morning; more details coming soon.
  • 10:15 – Brunch

Friday afternoon

  • 12:00 – Check-in opens. Try to be checked-in by 5:30.
  • 4:30 – Supper

Friday evening

  • 6:00 – Welcome, orientation, and worship
  • 6:15 – “The Way of the Cross”
    -by Dale Heisey, Marsella, Costa Rica
  • 7:00 – Divide into small groups for introductions, sharing on spiritual life, and prayer. We encourage all those age 16+ to join a group. Children accompany their parents.
  • 8:00 – Light snack and fellowship
  • 10:00 – Night of Prayer, Exhortation, and Song
  • 11:00 – “Awake O Church”
    -by Barry Grant, Hicksville, Ohio

Saturday morning

  • 6:00 – Prayer meeting in the Tabernacle
  • 6:30 – Quiet time for fellowship with God
  • 7:45 – Heart preparation and special singing
  • 8:00 – Worship and singing
  • 8:15 – “The Way of the Kingdom”
    -by John D. Martin, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
  • 9:15 – Small group discussion and prayer
  • 10:15 – Brunch

Saturday afternoon

  • 12:00 – Special singing
  • 12:15 – “No Blood but Our Own”
    -by Zack Johnson, East Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1:00 – Fellowship or personal solitude
  • 3:00 – Women’s topic: (topic – to be announced)
    -speaker to be announced
    in the Berean Center (childcare by fathers). There will be organized activities for children 5-14. Please bring them to the Check-in office at 2:45.
  • 3:00 – Young men’s topic: “Overcoming Evil with Good: Ministering to the Gangs in Haiti”
    -by Barry Grant, Hicksville, Ohio
    in the Tabernacle
  • 4:30 – Supper

Saturday evening

  • 6:00 – Singing and Scripture recital
  • 6:30 – “Discernment and Preparation: What Hill Should We Die On?”
    -Panel discussion by Ken Miller, Paul Shirk, Barry Grant, and Zach Johnson
  • 8:00 – Small group discussion and prayer
  • 9:00 – Youth chorus in the Tabernacle; join our chorister to prepare to sing several songs to the assembly Sunday morning. Please join promptly.

Sunday morning

  • 8:00 – Continental breakfast
  • 9:30 – Heart preparation
  • 9:45 – Opening worship
  • 10:00 – “A Church Prepared for Persecution”
    -by Ken Miller, Stuarts Draft, Virginia
  • 10:45 – Offering and singing
  • 11:00 – “A Church Life Worth Dying For”
    -by Nathan Yoder, Free Union, Virginia
  • 11:45 – Testimonies and singing

Sunday afternoon

  • 12:30 – Lunch
  • 3:00 – Volunteers needed for cleaning the grounds. Please report to Check-in office promptly.

    Note: Review the cleaning list for your facilities, and return the keys to Check-in office before you leave.

    Campground open until dusk; feel free to stay for fellowship.

Prepare now: Please prepare your heart by memorizing 1 Peter 4 and 5 in the KJV or NKJV—yes, two chapters! All those who memorize these chapters will be given an opportunity to recite it together at the Saturday evening service.

Bring along folks from your church, a friend that you’re discipling, and a testimony of what God is doing in your life, as well as:

  • Bible, and notepad or journal
  • sleeping bag or bedding, pillow, towel
  • any snacks or extra food your family may want for the weekend
  • donation toward the expenses

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Registration and Lodging

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Registration is currently closed. Check back in May/June 2022.

Registration required even without lodging.

Opportunity will be given to contribute financially through freewill offerings towards the rental of the campground, food costs, and a love gift for the speakers.

The campground has cabins, dorms, hotel rooms, and tent / RV sites. Lodging accommodations are limited; please register well in advance.

Easy to find

The venue, Roxbury Holiness Camp is conveniently located at

13763 Cumberland Highway
Orrstown, PA 17244