Event dates for 2017 will be announced May 1.
Online application will be available the end of May.

Dates and pricing are subject to change.


DON’T MISS OUT...

  • Something for All Ages
  • Great Speakers
  • Enriching Messages

Make your plans now to attend and bring your friends.

Exciting Workshops and Activities

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Thurs.

3–5 p.m. Check-In (Times are CDT.)
5:30       Evening Meal
6:30       Opening Session
7:30       Free Time and Fellowship

Fri.

7:30 a.m. Coffee/Prayer Time
8:00       Breakfast
9:00       Session
10:00       Workshops
10:40       Break
11:00       Workshops
11:50       Session
12:45 p.m. Lunch
1:30       Free Time Activities
5:30       Evening Meal
6:30       Session
7:30       Session

Sat.

7:30 a.m. Coffee/Prayer Time
8:00       Session
9:00       Brunch
10:00       Departure

Such an inspiring, recharging, peaceful time.— Georgia

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Women enjoying the service

The cabins are great and the food outstanding, but the speakers are the best.— Alabama

Mina Oglesby Mina Oglesby ministers in music and spirit-filled messages in ladies conferences and is a featured speaker on the Rejoice Radio program Joy in Living. Mina was saved in 1975 after hearing a clear presentation of the gospel for the first time. Within three years, she began composing gospel songs. She and her husband live in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Heather TeisDaye Goforth grew up as a preacher’s kid and desired to serve in full-time ministry. Her desire was fulfilled when she met her husband, David Goforth, at PCC in 1989. After serving at Grace Baptist Church in South Carolina for 15 years, God called their family to Providence Baptist Church in Florida in 2010. Daye has taught speech and drama for over 20 years, but her most fulfilling ministry is being mother to her five daughters.

WORKSHOP SPEAKERS

Denise Shoemaker

Denise Shoemaker
Conference Host
Assistant to President of PCC

Joy Lewis

Joy Lewis
Speaker

Doris Ruffin

Doris Ruffin
Speaker

Ann Gibbs

Ann Gibbs
Singer/Speaker

Lois Allen

Lois Allen
Special Events
Director

ACCOMMODATIONS

Cabins

The campgrounds were
absolutely beautiful.
— South Carolina

Camp o’ the Pines is in a beautiful wooded setting with sprawling, rolling hills in northern Escambia County, Florida. Modern cabins (carpeted, air-conditioned, with bath) with bunk beds provide comfortable accommodations. All buildings are handicap accessible. Please submit roommate requests with application. No provision is made for children (infant–high school).

Things to Bring*

Personal Items • Towels • Modest Swimwear

*Bedding is provided.

ACTIVITIES

  • Paddleboats

    Paddleboats

  • Zip lines

    Zip lines

  • Zip lines

    Zip lines

  • Water slides

    Water slides

Camp o’ the Pines offers

  • paddleboats
  • zip lines
  • swimming
  • water slides
  • crafts
  • and more!

DRESS

Women should wear casual dresses or skirts. Knee-length walking shorts may be worn for recreation. Please, no pants. For zip lines, enclosed shoes are required, and wind pants are recommended.

COST

Ladies Celebration Fellowship

Conference Fee

Conference fee is $80 per person through October 21, and $90 after October 21. Fee includes lodging, meals (Thurs. dinner through Sat. brunch), and conference materials. Full payment of conference fee is required when registering. There are no discounts given for partial attendance of the conference.

Bring friends—attend FREE!

Invite your friends to attend the conference with you. If you submit eight or more ladies’ registrations with yours, you attend free! (The ladies must attend the conference.)

Refunds

Full refunds are given for those who cancel reservations by phone at least one week prior to the conference. After that time, a $25 cancellation fee will be subtracted from the refund.