Camp Meeting is on a road tour for 2022!
Planned by local pastors. Supported by Washington Conference. Explore the road trip plans!
Updated October 10, 2022
- September 2-4 - Family Adventure Weekend | Sunset Lake Camp | Keren Graves
- September 9-10 - Kitsap Regional Camp Meeting | Bremerton | David Smith
- September 16-17 - Peninsula Convocation | Sequim | David Smith
- September 24 - Island Convocation | Eastsound | S. Joseph Kidder
- October 7-8 - Southwest Convocation | Chehalis | Pavel Goia
- October 14-16 | Young Adult Retreat | Sunset Lake Camp
- October 22 - Northwest Convocation | Burlington | Ty Gibson
Destination #1: Sunset Lake Camp
Pitch your tent! Rent a Cabin! Bring your RV!
The Family Adventure Weekend at Sunset Lake Camp has overnight camping options! Plus, Sunset Lake is offering a weekend food package!
Just commuting? You can pre-purchase a meal package!
- Cabin for 10: $200
- Cabin for 6: $110
- RV Site: $46
- Tent Site: $20
- Sabbath Meal Package: $25/person (kids 3 and under free)
- Weekend Meal Package: $75/person (kids 3 and under free)
- Activities: FREE - Our gift to you! First come, first served!
Destinations #2: Bremerton
Destination #3: Sequim
NEW Destination #4: Orcas Island
Destination #5: Chehalis
RSVP for Free Meals!
Destination #6: Young Adult Retreat
Destination #7: Burlington
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A Much Loved Tradition
Traditional camp meeting at Auburn Adventist Academy is a much loved tradition. This is a sacred time when families from western Washington and beyond gather to learn, grow, nurture friendships, eat summertime foods, and enhance their relationship with Jesus Christ through workshops, keynote presentations, and age-based programs.
The pandemic changed how we normally meet for camp meeting.
- 2020: A virtual week of prayer
- 2021: A broadcast with local watch parties
- >>2022: A series of camp meeting locations
- 2023: Traditional camp meeting resumes!
What to Expect in 2022
Think of a convocation like a mini-camp meeting experience with 100s of people instead of 1000s of people.
Each of our convocation locations will have its own planning team, so the look and feel of each gathering will likely be different.
In general, the convocation programming is likely to include a Sabbath School time, church service, luncheon, afternoon program(s), picnic supper, evening program, and an afterglow experience where you can visit with friends.
You likely have more questions.
Ask away! Answers will be added here over time.