Camp 2019

Fathoms

In our fast-paced world it is easy to focus on quick fixes and instant gratification. Even the popularity of social media encourages communication with just a few characters or a “like”. However, following God asks us to seek a deeper understanding of our faith and world. Join us for a chance to reflect on how we can fathom knowledge, presence, creation, and call to grow closer together and closer to God.

Proclaimer: Rev. Amy Dean

Amy and Russ Dean have been co-pastors of Park Road Baptist Church since 2000. Together, we have found a sense of home in Charlotte and a sense of extended family at Park Road Baptist Church. She is a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC with a major in Elementary Education. By the time she finished college, she was already married and working with Russ in a part-time ministry position at First Baptist Church in Laurens, SC. She completed her Master of Divinity in Louisville, KY, and from there went on to work as the Minister of College Students and Single Adults at First Baptist Church, Clemson, SC. She also served as an interim Campus Minister at Samford University in Birmingham, AL and as an interim Associate Pastor at Riverchase Baptist Church in Birmingham as well. Those formative Alabama years also included directing the Christian Women’s Job Corps initiative that worked to help women move from dependency to self-sufficiency.  

Musician: John Callaway and the Unidiversity Band

Unidiversity Band
 

Our lead musician this summer will once again be Rev. John Callaway. John will be heading up our Unidiversity Band with adult musicians, college students and high school campers.

2019 Daily Themes

Monday: Celebration and Kick-off

Tuesday: Fathoming Knowledge

Wednesday: Fathoming Presence

Thursday: Fathoming Creation

Friday: Fathoming Call

Saturday: Commissioning

2019 Offering: Welcome House

Kim and Marc Wyatt are Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel serving in the Research Triangle of North Carolina, an eight-county region that wraps the capital city of Raleigh. Kim and Marc have long been involved in engaging displaced peoples with holistic ministry.
 
Welcome House Raleigh is a temporary reception home for refugees who are resettled in the area that do not have a place to live upon arrival. Welcome House provides a safe home, settlement assistance and bridges into the community.
 
While with Welcome House, guests live together in a three bedroom, two bath apartment supported by a team of hosts for one to 6 weeks while awaiting long term affordable housing. Welcome House has space for up to 9 refugee guests. Lasting friendships are made around the table and in the family room at Welcome House.
 
The main goal at Welcome House is to share the love of God in Christ Jesus through the ministries of hospitality and friendship. When permanent housing becomes available, the Wyatts and local partners and volunteers furnish it — even providing culturally appropriate groceries — and help their new friends discover their new American neighborhood.
 
 

livestreamWorship services for Unidiversity are live streamed each night at camp for you at home to participate with us at camp. Most services last 60-90 minutes and will begin streaming 5-10 minutes before the service begins.

Tuesday Night’s Worship – July 23 at 6:45 PM
Wednesday Night’s Worship – July 24 at 6:45 PM
Thursday Night’s Worship – July 25 at 8:15 PM
Friday Night’s Worship – July 26 at 6:45 PM