County Corrections Gospel Mission is introduced in its mission statement as a Christian mission partnering with Bible believing churches. Whilst affiliated with the Protestant Church the ministry also maintains excellent relations and cooperation with churches that hold different theological positions.

In this partnership with the extended Body of Christ, County Corrections Gospel Mission operates as spearhead ministry with a defined focus on behalf of these churches and in mutual obedience to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ as found in Matthew 28: 18 – 20

“And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen.”

In this partnership, supporting churches provides regular financial support, volunteer human resources and gifts-in-kind to County Corrections Gospel Mission. In return, the ministry implements targeted programs and provide regular feedback to its partners about progress and obstacles. Additionally, County Corrections Gospel Mission makes its facilities available to its partners and arrange fellowship and outreach opportunities for members of these churches and the general public.


Fourth Sunday Night Solemn Assemblies will once again be gathered with every desire for solemn and meaningful attentiveness to the glory of God and timely exhortations from God’s ‘timeless’ Word.

These meetings are also special opportunities for friends and supporters of County Corrections Gospel Mission to meet at Camp at Old Mill on the fourth Sunday of the north American summer months, June, July and August.

All meetings are considered Solemn Assemblies…. No speaker ever comes unless knowing the urgency of proclaiming God’s Word in the context of this most dangerous hour in history! We believe these meetings will be the most important gatherings in this entire region on Sunday nights! Circle these dates and please join us.

Venue: Camp at Old Mill

    • 127 Brandamore Road, Brandamore, PA 19316 (map)
    • 127 Brandamore Road, Honey Brook, PA 19344 (GPS purposes)


Time: 6:00 PM (Rain or Shine).

Our Speakers for 2022:

• June 26: Byron Paulus (Director of Strategic Partnerships, Life Action Ministries and One Cry International Prayer Network.) Michael Faircloth, pianist of the National Christian Choir will lead the time of Worship. Emphasis on Revival

Watch a video recording of this event here.

Listen to the musical talents of Michael Faircloth, pianist of the National Christian Choir and violinist Jessica Miskells who performed together during one of our recent Solemn Assemblies.

• July 24: Jordan Thomas (Pastor, Grace Church, Memphis, Tennessee, and co-producer of Behold Your God.) Emphasis on The Church. (Watch: Jordan Thomas –  An Insatiable Appetite For Christ)

• August 28: Gary Cramer (Chaplain, Alabama University ‘Crimson Tide’ Football Team). Emphasis on Youth and Family 

Our preachers are expected to come to us with a commitment to the sacred text of God’s Word and with an urgency that ought to resound with a deep burden that awakens each of us ‘for such a time as this!’

Urgency and Heart Cry: In order to prepare for the Fourth Sunday Solemn Assembly Series we suggest you listen to David Wilkerson and Carter Conlon of  Times Square Church in New York City as they so powerfully captured “Urgency” and “Heart Cry” in these recordings.

Listen to audio recordings below or visit CCGMproductions, our YouTube Channel, to watch recordings of previous Fourth Sunday Meetings.

Previous Speakers: Below is an incomplete list (apologies to speakers unintentionally omitted) of some of the speakers who spoke at the Fourth Sunday Solemn Assembly in the past

William Duce Branch

Jack Crans

Don Hayes

Michael Belton

Jordan Thomas

Kevin Williams

John Snyder 

Woodrow Kroll 

Larry Burd

Chris Gnanakan

David Butts

Richard Owen Roberts

Renald Showers

Lamar Moore

Gregory Denysschen

Ron and Diane Susek, Pastor/Evangelist

Mark Kroeker, Police Commander

Rob Schenck, Faith and Action, Washington, DC

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County Corrections Gospel Mission exists to biblically and effectively address the spiritual crisis as reflected through the urgencies and heart-cries of the Criminal Justice System.