Red Springs Mission Camp
Red Springs Mission Camp is a 52,000 square foot facility operated by NCBM. The newly remodeled facility can house over 200 mission volunteers. The purpose of the Mission Camp is to provide a place where volunteers (men, women and youth) can use their God-given skills to touch lives in the name of Christ. There are a big variety of projects from the building of new homes, renovation of existing homes, VBS, work with schools, elderly homes, etc. in and around Robeson County. Working with local government, local churches, and other individuals, projects are identified by the camp leadership and preparations made for each team's service. Other evangelistic and outreach ministry opportunities may be set up as well upon prior arrangement with the Mission Camp director.
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Teams serving at Red Springs Mission Camp have the opportunity to make an impact on people's lives. The Mission Camp Leadership will identify a project based on the current need and the skills of your team. While the service provided by teams is important in and of itself, the opportunity to build relationships, pray for, and minister to the community is the real purpose of the Mission Camp.
Volunteers are well taken care of at Red Springs. Bunk-style lodging is provided to accommodate male and female volunteers. An industrial-sized kitchen and large dining hall provide a very satisfying dining experience. A open lounge area provides a great place to swap mission stories after supper or early in the morning. There is also a chapel, shower facilities, and a large warehouse for tools, equipment, and supplies.
Coordinator Larry Osborne, his wife Teresa Osborne and Assistant Windell Hunt provide leadership at the Red Springs Mission Camp. Larry and Teresa live and works at the camp along with their daughter, Mackenzie. Windell serves as a pastor in Lumberton. Jay and Ashley Baugham also provide essential leadership at the Red Springs Mission Camp. An important part of their jobs include building relationships with folk in the area. Volunteer couples such as Greg and Pauline Quinn , of Calvary Baptist in Winston-Salem, volunteer many hours running the warehouse and/or other needed tasks. Their service make things run smoother for the volunteer teams.
Some Practical Information: A daily $21 per person fee covers lodging, 3 meals, and supplemental volunteer insurance. Work days are Monday-Saturday. No supper is provided on Saturday night and the camp is closed on Sundays. You can come for any amount of days. Use the registration form to sign your team up. Teams will need to bring their own tools (some tools can be provided), and their own bedding. Participants must be 13 years or older. Youth groups must have a 1:4 ratio of adult to youth and at least 2 skilled construction workers for every ten youth.
Background Check Information
Teams that include youth under 18 must follow our Background Check information.