Join Us for Camp Meeting 2024: Back to the Altar

June 7-15, 2024 will be a powerful week of worship, seminars, fellowship, and activities for families, children, youth, and young adults as we look at what it means to get “Back to the Altar” individually, as families, and corporately with fellow believers through small groups and church. Join on on campus at 2363 Mountain Rd, Hamburg, Pa., or join us live on our Facebook page or YouTube channel. Click here to learn more.


Unite with us in praying daily for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit across our Conference on our ministries, churches, schools, and people. Receive monthly updates with praise and requests as we watch God move powerfully in answer to prayer.


Learn more about and/or register for upcoming events like our camp meetings, training events, marriage retreat, youth rallies, women’s retreats, and much more. View our calendar of events for the coming year.


We are committed to resourcing and equipping members to serve their churches, communities, and to share the gospel message with others. Check out our events for upcoming inperson and Zoom training events.


The Blue Mountain Academy experience is not just the beginning of an exceptional academic experience, but it is a spiritual investment as well. It’s a place where you will grow in your relationship with Jesus, receive a quality education and leadership skills, learn to serve the community around you, and build friendships that last a lifetime!


The beautiful rolling hills and hemlock forests of Laurel Lake Camp & Retreat Center make it a perfect setting for your church or group to explore nature and connect with God. Or attend one of our events: summer camp in June and July, camp meeting/family weekend in August, and our annual women’s retreat. Get away and grow in Christ!


God powers His last-day mission through our faithful return of tithes, offerings, bequests, and other gifts. Generosity opens the way for abundant blessings upon our lives. Equip people to engage in God’s blessings through giving, now and in the future, and support specific projects that change lives and draw people to Christ.

Reaching Everyone, Everywhere

The Pennsylvania Conference is absolutely committed to helping God’s people in Pennsylvania live out His call to go into their neighborhoods and communities and make disciples of all people. Our primary role is that of training, encouraging and resourcing churches in their evangelistic endeavors. We believe that it is God’s will that every church be actively engaged in the work of evangelism. More churches are embracing this challenge by hosting various reaping events—preaching the three angels’ messages and calling people to Christ.

Together for Our Kids

Adventist education is vital to save our young people and ensure the future of the church’s mission. Our goal is to help schools provide students every opportunity for their spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth, equipping them not only for their future in this world, but also for eternity. Our schools will enable young people to grow in their relationship with Jesus and lead them to use their gifts and abilities to serve others.

Chosen and Called

Every young person in our churches is loved, chosen and called by God. It is the mission of the Pennsylvania Conference Youth Department to unite with local churches and inspire, engage, and disciple young people to love and serve God through a vibrant experience that impacts lives. We believe our youth and young adults are a powerful force for good and are the “army of workers” who will take “the message of a crucified, risen, and soon-coming Savior…to the whole world!” (Counsels to Teachers, Parents, and Students, p. 555)

By My Spirit

Prayer for the Holy Spirit is the foundation of success in God’s work. As church members pray daily for the outpouring of the Spirit, we will see the promised blessing come. “To those who wait humbly upon God…is the Spirit given. The power of God awaits their demand and reception. This promised blessing, claimed by faith, brings all other blessings in its train.” (The Desire of Ages, p. 672)

Jesus commanded the church to “go and make disciples of all nations,” promising us that “this gospel of the kingdom will be preached as a witness to all the nations and then the end will come” (Matthew 28:18-20; 24:14). The early church obeyed and saw remarkable growth as a result. “The word of God spread, and the number of the disciples multiplied greatly” (Acts 6:7).

One of the first things the early church did before going out and sharing the gospel was to unite together in prayer. God answered their prayer with a powerful outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

God’s command to go and His promise of a great harvest is extremely relevant today. We believe God will bless our churches as we unite together to fulfill the mission of reaching everyone, everywhere, as we first unite together to pray for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

Our goal is to gather an army of prayer warriors to pray daily for the work here in Pennsylvania. Will you join us?

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Pennsylvania Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
2359 Mountain Road
Hamburg, PA 19526

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