The Fourth Sunday Solemn Assembly is a special opportunity for friends and supporters of County Corrections Gospel Mission to meet at Camp at Old Mill on the fourth Sunday of summer.
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 in 2018 are:
June 24th: Pastor Jordan Thomas, Grace Church of Memphis, Tennessee and well-known Bible teacher from the wonderful series: ‘Behold Your God.’;
July 22nd : Lt. Colonel Michael Belton (Sentinel #376, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier) featuring a major heart cry for our military and police families; and
August 26th: Ken Welborn (Foreign Service Fellowship) Missionary/Pastor to the precious leaders of all nations at the United Nations in New York City.
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!’ Mark your calendar for these timely nights and remember to bring your lawn chairs. Contact me for more information using the contact details below.
The annual Fourth Sunday Solemn Assembly meeting are set for the fourth Sunday in June, July and August.
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.
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
Ron and Diane Susek, Pastor/Evangelist
Mark Kroeker, Police Commander
Rob Schenck, Faith and Action, Washington, DC