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Men's Retreat

September 30 - October 1

Join us for a fun and refreshing weekend at our upcoming Men's Retreat.

We're excited to announce our upcoming Men's Retreat this fall from Friday, September 30th to Saturday, October 1st at Haycock Camping Ministries. We have the privilege of hearing from Pastor Craig Cerrito from The Rock Ministries in Kensington, who has served alongside Pastor Buddy Osborne. This will be a weekend filled with worship, biblical teaching, outdoor activities, and great fellowship.

We will arrive and register at the retreat site on Friday evening between 5:30p and 7:00p. We encourage you to eat dinner before you arrive as only snacks will be provided that evening. On Saturday, both breakfast and lunch will be provided, and we'll have several sessions of worship and teaching, as well as free time for activities.

On the grounds we'll have the opportunity to engage in skeet shooting, archery, and firing .22 rifles. If you are a registered gun owner and legally possess a firearm, you are permitted to bring it with you to use for the activities.

Cost for the entire retreat is $75 and you can register at the link below. Please register by September 1st.

When you arrive at the campgrounds, you will have the room option of a cabin or a lean-to. Regardless of which option you opt for, you will need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow, or bedding.

If you'd like to visit the ministry website, you can click here to get and idea for where we'll be staying and the ministry itself.

If you would like to carpool, we encourage you to find someone going and coordinate. Otherwise, we will all be driving separately. If you need assistance with this or have questions regarding anything else, please contact Jim Anderson at


Haycock Camping Ministries

3100 School Road

Kintnersville, PA 18930

Guest Speaker Pastor Craig Cerrito

Craig first heard of The Rock Ministries in Kensington back in 2004. He was reluctant to check it out because he felt that with his "privileged" upbringing in the suburbs, he would have no way to relate to those struggling in the neighborhood of Kensington. After some "arm-twisting" he finally conceded and made a visit to the ministry that God would use to change his life.

"[He] committed to boxing with the kids once a week. Then twice. Then three times." As the Lord's leading became clear, Craig decided to leave his full-time job and commit his life to the Lord by serving as a missionary in Kensington. After years of seeing the Lord provide for him there, Craig can attest to the faithfulness and grace only offered in the person and work of Jesus Christ.