Campmeeting 2003

Pastor George Buell, members and friends of South Union United Methodist celebrated the 132nd Campmeeting of South Union Campmeeting, July 25-30, 2003.

Campmeeting takes us back to a simpler time; just good old-fashioned worship of God under the open arbor with hymns like, “I’m Dwelling in Beulah Land,” “Revive Us Again” and “Love Lifted Me.” Campmeeting 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.

There were 4 worship services each day - a devotional at 8 a.m. and area preachers at 3 p.m. The Camp Meeting preacher was Rev. Guss Shelly of FUMC Gulfport who preached daily at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The song leader was Rev. Buddy Smith of American Family Association.

Read the article in The Choctaw Plaindealer.

We extend a special thanks to The Choctaw Chronicle for their excellent coverage of this year's Campmeeting.

Mark you calendars and make your plans to attend the 133rd Campmeeting at South Union.

Scenes from South Union Campmeeting 2003

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