Camp and Assembly Schedule
Arrival and Registration: Begins 2:00 PM Sunday, July 10 (Campus Not Open Earlier).
Mornings: Detty Chapel
10:00 AM Monday Morning Worship
10:00 AM Tuesday Vision Service
9:00 AM Wednesday Assembly
10:00 AM Thursday Missions Service
10:00 AM Friday Rev. Dr. Howard Russell - What a Fellowship!
Afternoons: Locations TBA
1:30 PM Monday Nominating Committee Meets
4:00 PM Monday - Wednesday Ministers License Interviews
1:30 PM Tuesday ICC Meets
1:30 PM Wednesday IA Continues as Needed
1:30 PM Thursday Final Ministers’ Interviews; Other TBA
12:00 PM Friday Camp and Assembly Closes
Evenings: Detty Chapel
7:00 PM Sunday Evening Worship
7:00 PM Mon., Wed., Thur. Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Mark Smith
7:00 PM Tuesday Gospel Music Concert: The Keelings
7:00 PM Thursday Ordination Service
Adult Registration Fees: Lodging and Meal Ticket Included.
Early Bird - By June 30: $175 per Person ($35 per Day). Pay At Registration Desk.
Registration at the Door: $210 per person (to cover increased catering price)
Children Age 11 and Under: Stay Free in Parents’ Room. $175 Each to stay in youth dorm.
Meals: Infant - 3 Years – Free. Ages 4-11 $10 per Child per Day.
Register Online: IFBC 2016 International Assembly Registration
*In order to give an accurate number of attendees to the catering company, we need as many as possible to preregister by June 30, 2016. The link above will take you to a simple registration form. You will notice there is no payment button on the page. No payment is required until your arrival. After June 30, Registration increases from $175 to $210 per person in order to cover the higher costs from the catering company.
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International Assembly and Youth and Family Camp.
July 10-15, 2016, 7:00 PM Sunday thru Noon Friday
1476 Lancaster Pike, Circleville, OH 43113
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