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A Special Message and Appeal for the Anderson Camp Property:
by Webmaster on 8/21/14
 
I want to take this opportunity to thank all of our friends of the Pilgrim Holiness Camp for the spiritual and financial support that you have given over the years. From our very beginning, it has been my conviction that our Pilgrim people needed to have a place to call "home". We continue to have many reports of precious memories of events at the old Anderson Camp. 
 

*RESTRUCTURED OUR MORTGAGE ON THE ANDERSON CAMP PROPERTY
 

A gentleman representing an entity, contacted me inquiring how much we owed on the grounds and what the interest rates were. We shared with him that we had two loans to an institution and one loan to a family trust. Interest rates were from 6% to 7%. The gentleman said he thought his group could help us. In the weeks that followed, the result was a consolidation loan of $430,000.00 with payments of $3,180.66 @ 4% interest for 15 years. This is saving us thousands of dollars.
 

*REMINDING YOU OF THE $55,000 MATCHING FUNDS GIFT THRU DECEMBER 31ST TO SUPPORT PAYOFF AND IMPROVEMENTS ON THE ANDERSON CAMP PROPERTY

 
Since our Camp, over $4500.00 has come in for the Anderson Camp Ground which will be doubled because of the above matching funds commitment. The Lima, Ohio Pilgrim's children raised well over a thousand dollars during their VBS! 
 

Pastors, Delegates, members and friends of the Pilgrim Holiness Camp - Please find ways to help us as quickly as you can. Remember, your gift will be doubled! Will you join Sister Southerland and I in helping us achieve this goal?

 
During a recent visit to one of our first organized Conference churches, upon inquiring about the Camp Ground development progress, an old saint burst into tears saying "I'm afraid I'm going to die before we have our first camp on the new grounds in Anderson." Let's see the Lord hasten the day of our first camp on the property thru our giving and His blessing.  
 
   

Thank You,
 
  Rev. James A. Southerland, Sr.