July 5-13, 2018: Celebrating 79 Years of Ministry

Taylor County Campmeeting begins the first Thursday of July and runs for 8 days.

Download messages from 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and Missionary Days.

A Word from Rev. Lee Crist, Camp President

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                                                                               As the deer pants for the water brooks, So my soul pants for You, O God. Psalm 42:1                                            

Welcome to the Taylor County Holiness Camp Meeting website.

In these desperate days the camp meeting is needed more than ever.  Taylor County Camp eagerly yearns to fulfill the call to hold out the optimistic message of full salvation as revealed in the Bible and as proclaimed by John Wesley.  We purpose to tend to hungry and holy hearts.

If you hunger and thirst for more of God, Taylor County Camp is the place to satisfy that hunger through the love of God, the good news of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.  We intend to be a place where those who hunger and thirst for righteousness shall be satisfied (Matthew 5:6).

If you need your holy heart encouraged, Taylor County Camp is the place to renew your experience and refresh your body, mind, and soul.  We intend to be a place where those who have surrendered their lives entirely to God find rest for their weariness and refreshment for their souls (Jeremiah 31:25).

Taylor County Camp carries out her mission openly and fearlessly.  We neither seclude ourselves from the world, nor shrink from the need to speak Jesus into it.  To that end we invite any and all to hear the life giving words of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  All are welcome; none are excluded at Taylor County Camp.

As you navigate these pages, I pray you will learn a bit about Taylor County Camp--explore who we are, our history and our mission.  Then listen to some sermons archived here.  I further encourage you to attend Camp Meeting.  The Camp starts on the first Thursday of July and extends for eight days.


See you in July,

Rev. Lee Crist