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Plans Are in the Works for July 2021

Apr 21, 2021 | Announcements, Feature, Harry's, News | 6 comments

Redwood Area Camp Meeting will take place
IN PERSON this summer!

Due to Humboldt County’s attendance limitations, there will be two sessions that campers can choose between:


  • July 19-24, Monday night through Saturday night


  • July 26-31, Monday night through Saturday night

 Between 100-200 campers will be allowed per session, depending on Humboldt County health guidelines this summer. All attendees will need to comply with COVID-19 evaluation questions, temperature scans, wearing masks within six feet of other people, social distancing, and other guidelines. The cafeteria and the Burger Bar will not be open, so campers will need to bring their own food.

The speakers for both sessions will be Pastors Gary and Lee Venden, who will present a series of meetings titled “We Beheld His Glory.” Music will be provided by Gary and Marilynn Venden. The meetings will take place in the Pepperwood Pavilion, and they will also be live-streamed.

Redwood organizers are posting an online registration form, April 22, 2021 which is the start of the registration process for this year, 2021. The first deadline is May 14, 2021. If you previously registered you must re-register for this year. Please keep checking redwoodareacamp.com for updates as they become available.

¬†“We are really excited about Redwood 2021, but we have to deal with numerous challenges in order for itto take place,” said Harry Salvini, Redwood Area Camp Meeting director. “We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we make decisions in an ever-changing environment.”


  1. Janice Wheeler

    Can’t find a PDF to download yet.

  2. Barbara

    Will there be any children meetings?

  3. Sandy Matye

    Are there any spots left for 2021 camp meeting this year? I am asking for myself, husband and daughter. Thanks!

    • Rachel Sedgley

      Hi Sandy,

      Yes their are spots left for this year. It was announced today that their are spots left. Call Registration

  4. Lauri Smith

    Will we lose our camp spots?

    • Rachel Sedgley

      Hi Lauri,

      No, whatever spot you had in 2019 will be the campsite that you can apply for in 2022


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