150th South Union Campmeeting: July 22-27, 2022


You are cordially invited to worship under the 108-year-old Arbor for the Sesquicentennial South Union Campmeeting, July22-27, 2022. The preaching evangelists will be the Rev. Glenn Ray, Rev. Johnny Ray, Dr. Jody Ray and Dr. Matt Ayars. Rev. Buddy Smith will serve as worship leader and Mrs. Elizabeth Rester will serve as pianist. South Union Campground is located at 2441 South Union Road near Ackerman, Mississippi.  

2022 Schedule of Services

      7:00 PM  Pre-campmeeting Intercessory Prayer 

    00 PM  Opening Worship Service 
    Molly Kate Thomas, Special Music
     Dr. Jody Ray, Evangelist   

      8:00 AM  Prayer Meeting - Rob Chambers
 11:00 AM  Morning Worship
                            Sam Griffin, Special Music                          
7:00 PM  Evening Worship 
                        Terry Blackwood, Special Music                    

 SUNDAY, JULY 24 - Heritage Day 
    8:00 AM  Prayer Meeting - Rev. George Buell 
    11:00 AM  Morning Worship 
   Ann Chambers, Special Music
  Rev. Glenn Ray, Evangelist
   7:00 PM  Evening Worship
     Former Pastor/Preacher Recognition  
          Joyful Noise Quartet, Special Music 
       Dr. Matt Ayars, Evangelist
      8:00 AM    Prayer Meeting - Weston Fowler 
    11:00 AM  Morning Worship 
7:00 PM  Evening Worship 
      Alan Sibley & The Magnolia Ramblers, Special Music  

      8:00 AM Prayer Meeting - Judy Blaine 
    11:00 AM Morning Worship
7:00 PM Evening Worship  
    Wells Family Singers, Special Music

      8:00 AM  Prayer Meeting - Eric Chambers
    11:00 AM  Morning Worship 
7:00 PM  Closing Worship Service 
        Jenkins Family Singers, Special Music  

Campmeeting takes us back to a simpler time; just good old-fashioned worship of God under the 108 year-old open arbor with hymns like, “When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder,” “Revive Us Again” and “Love Lifted Me.” Campmmeeting affords us the opportunity to worship and to teach our children to worship in the same place our ancestors did, in the same way. We can go back to a single, uncomplicated time and place and always know that God is with us and He loves us. 

Today many people believe the usefulness of the Campmeeting has passed. They consider it an old mode of operation that needs to be put to sleep. We strongly disagree. Instead of allowing the Campmeeting to die we should renew our efforts to bring it to new life. Far from being a dried relic of the past, Campmeetings still provide the opportunity for many people to hear the message of salvation and scriptural holiness.

150th Anniversary Video

150th Promo Video