The National Association of the Church of God's Campground, in its 106-year history, stands as a testament to God's grace and faithfulness to His people. As the oldest black-owned campground in the United States, we have been serving generations, spreading the love of Jesus, and producing some of the Kingdom's greatest servant-leaders (the late Bishop Benjamin F. Reid, the late Rev. Dr. James Earl Massey, the late Rev. Addie L. Wyatt, Bishop Robert S. Davis, Sr., Rev. Edward L. Foggs, and Bishop Timothy J. Clarke to name a few).
In the early hours of Saturday, August 6, 2022, one day before the 106th Annual Campmeeting of the National Association of the Church of God was scheduled to start, a fire broke out, destroying one of our main campus buildings. It was the home of the Mary Terrell Dining Hall, the Children's Corner, Medical Unit, the Vendor/Storage Space, HOA Office, and Frisby Hall Dormority.
The people of the National Association of the Church of God have preserved through segregation, Jim Crow, the Civil Rights Movement, and so much more. A fire may have demolished our building, but it has not destroyed our spirits. WE WILL RISE AGAIN! The Spirit of Resurrection is in us because Jesus Christ gave us the power to get up again.
We graciously ask you to partner with us to rise from the ashes, rebuild and build back better so we can continue to serve people, minister to the broken, and develop the next generation of leaders that will impact communities great and small. We seek to raise a minimum of $2,000,000 to kick-start our recovery.
We serve a mighty and faithful Heavenly Father who will not let us be defeated because we have put our trust in the Lord. "Those who trust in the LORD are as secure as Mount Zion; they will not be defeated but will endure forever." Psalm 125:1 NLT
Thank you in advance for joining us in this endeavor. Your gifts of love and sacrifice will not go unnoticed by us or the Lord, Jesus Christ. The National Association of the Church of God is a 501c3 tax-deductible organization.
With a Thankful Heart,
Rev. Dr. Arnetta McNesse Bailey
Chief Operating and Development Officer, NACOG
"He is like a tree planted by the rivers of water, which yields its fruit in season!" Psalm 1:3