A.C.T. Camp Cancelled for 2020

[Monday, June 29, 2020]  The sponsoring churches for A.C.T. Camp, Maranatha Baptist (Charleston) and Mt. Pleasant Baptist (Elkview) decided to cancel A.C.T. Camp – Teen Week for this year.  Teen Weed of camp was set to begin on Monday, July 20.  The Junior Week of camp had already been canceled.  Although the date had been pushed to a later time and the location changed so as to better accommodate the covid virus restrictions, the decision to cancel is based on the most recent status and concerns about the virus. 

We look forward to resuming a full Camp Ministry next year as the Lord allows.


A.C.T. Camp

A.C.T. Camp is designed to meet the needs of teens physically, socially, and, most importantly, spiritually. Every camper is actively involved with sports, skits, games, Bible study, new friendships and “boatloads” of FUN! Our schedule is packed full of activities, such as canoeing, swimming, softball, ring tennis, basketball, and flag football. Then there are unique games that you only get to play at camp. You will laugh yourself silly at the games, skits, gags, and stunts. Excellent food is served at each meal. Enriching activities include: interesting classes, cabin devotions, music, Bible memory, camp fire, and morning chapel. Each day wraps up with a great preaching service. It will be held this year at the Pleasant Island Camp. It will be on July 20th-24th.

Leadership Team:

pauley-circleScott Pauley, Evangelist

Bro. Pauley will be preaching for the first half of the camp week. He is a gifted preacher out of Beckley, WV.

NeUSNSTjtlofcrhBJBBOfbS1O2PzSZDhVPTLrWwXDan Vaughn, Pastor

Bro. Vaughn will be preaching the second half of the camp week. He is the Pastor of Hope’s Point Baptist Church in Weston, WV.

Bartlett.Kevan_HeadshotT. Kevan Bartlett, Host Pastor

Pastor Bartlett has hosted A.C.T. Camp since pastoring Maranatha Baptist Church. Before that, he was a camper at A.C.T. Camp. As such, he is very familiar with the program and the unique spiritual atmosphere of this camp.

What to bring:

Bible, notepad, pencil, bed linens, pillow, warm sweater or jacket, toilet articles, swimsuit (one piece for girls), ball glove, water bottle, sports clothes for activities, dress clothes for the evening services, spending money for the snack shop, and large bag for dirty clothes. Please label all belongings. Girls, don’t forget skirts or dresses for the services; Guys, don’t forget collared shirts and khakis for the evening services.
What not to bring:
Any type of electronic device including (but not limited to) cell phone, CD/DVD/mp3 or other music/media devices. computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, video games, fireworks, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, guns, knives, magazines, T-shirts with worldly advertising, immodest clothing, bad language or an unChrist-like attitude.
Registration is 10:30am to 11:30am on Monday. The camp program begins at 12 noon. Registration will not be open prior to 10:30am. Camp ends at 1pm on Friday. The preaching services and teaching classes are for campers and are NOT open to the public.
Click here for a printable registration form- registration