Family Camp 2022

 

RegistRATION for Family Camp COMING SOON!

Enjoy fellowship, worship, and a guest speaker with your church family. Family Camp is a time of fun, outdoor recreation and spiritual refreshment in a beautiful setting! 

Plan now to attend Family Camp on October 7, 8, and 9, 2022, at Pinecrest Camp and Conference Center in Fredericktown, MO. Visit Pinecrestcamp.org 

In response to COVID-19, Pinecrest has implemented new low-touch dining, and we’re exploring other safety measures for social distancing during group sessions and low-contact children’s programs.

Registration Coming Soon!
If you’re planning to join us for Family Camp this year,
please sign up as soon as possible so we can get an estimate of attenders.
Click here for details.

Cost and Accommodations based on lodging type

Includes 2 nights lodging and all meals, Saturday breakfast through Sunday lunch.

Details for housing costs differ by category, coming soon. Once we have all the housing preferences, we will finalize the cost per family and send each registrant an email with their housing assignment, including bed sizes, so they know what to pack. You will be notified of the final cost including a link for online payment by credit card. You may also make payment by check upon arrival at Family Camp—please write “Family Camp registration” on the memo line.

For questions about Family Camp 2022, or to request financial assistance, please email Erin Wodicker at admin@wellspringfamily.org.

Mark your calendar and plan to join us! 

Dr. Ádám Szabados,
and his wife Dora

Wellspring is pleased to welcome Guest Speaker Dr. Ádám Szabdos and his wife Dora, who will speak to us this weekend.

Ádám Szabados is a Hungarian theologian and the leader of the Hungarian Evangelical Forum. Until 2017, he had been a pastor for 20 years. He is married to Dóra and has two adult sons. He studied English literature and linguistics at the University of Veszprém (MA equivalent, with honours), and Theology at Schloss Mittersill Study Center (Diploma in Biblical Studies and Culture) and at Covenant Theological Seminary (ThM in Exegetical Theology). He received his PhD (summa cum laude) in the area of New Testament at Károli Reformed University. His study on the Reformational understanding of sin has been published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He wrote three other books: Erosz nyomában  (Traces of Eros) (Harmat Publishing House, 2008), Az Apostolok Hagyománya  (The Tradition of the Apostles) (KRE-L’Harmattan 2020; 2nd edition 2021), and Teológus a Sakktáblán (Theologian on the Chessboard) (Luther-Harmat – 2021). Ádám also has a popular theological-apologetic website (divinity.szabadosadam.hu).

Here are a few of our favorite photographs from 2021.