Iowa Holiness Association
2010 Camp Meeting:
Growing in Purity and Power


Once again we’ll gather in our tabernacle on the grounds of the former Vennard College, 1004 South 18th Street, Oskaloosa, Iowa.  Click here for a map.

The Dates and the Schedule

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The 2010 IHA Camp Meeting will start on Sunday evening June 13th and continue through Friday evening June 18th.  The daily meeting schedule will be as follows:

  • 7:30 AM: Morning Prayer Meeting (note the change from last year)
  • 10:30 AM: Morning Worship and Bible Teaching
  • Noon: Lunch
  • 2:30 PM: Afternoon Bible Teaching
  • 5:00 PM: Dinner
  • 7:00 PM: Evening Worship and Preaching
  • IMPORTANT SCHEDULE NOTES: Lunch and dinner this year will be served off campus, about four blocks away, at Faith Evangelical Methodist Church, 1004 South 18th Street, Oskaloosa, IA.  (Click here for a map.)  The meals will be on a free-will offering basis.  Attendees are on their own for breakfast.

2010 Camp Meeting Ministers

Our roster of speakers and ministers will include the following:

Dr. Gary HeneckeThe 2010 Camp Evangelist is Dr. Gary Henecke, pastor of First Church of the Naza­rene in Nash­ville, Tennessee. Tom Dunbar, former missionary and pastor to pastors.Tom Dunbar, our 2010 Bible Teacher, served with his wife, Ellen, as a mis­sion­ary to Latin Amer­ica for 35 years under World Gospel Mission
Larry & Rose Mary Smith Our 2010 Song Evangelists will be Larry and Rose Mary Smith. Rev. Del RittgersThe Youth Minister this year is Rev. Del Rittgers of Del Rittgers Ministries.
Jan and Cyril McKay.Cyril and Jan McKay will once again be our Children's Ministers. The McKays are directors of Parsons Inn, a non-profit hostpitality ministry. Michael & Brenda GuilliamsThis year’s mis­sion­aries from World Gospel Mission are Michael and Brenda Guilliams.  They serve in Uganda in church planting and medical work. Follow them on their blog, Safari Journal.