The 190th annual Salem Camp Meeting officially begins Monday, October 3rd, with special singing at 6:30 p. m., and 7:00 p. m. worship, and concludes with the 5:00 p. m. worship service on Sunday, October 9th. The Salem campground is located one mile west of Highway 63 near the George-Jackson County line.

Rev. David Buchholz, pastor of Pleasant Hill/Salem churches, will serve as host pastor. Rev. Stan Key from Wilmore, Kentucky will be the guest evangelist with Rev. Johnny Crosby of Gallman, Mississippi leading the music.

Rev. Stan Key has been President of The Francis Asbury Society (FAS) since 2014. He is married to Katy and they have three children and four grandchildren. Before coming to FAS, Stan served for ten years as a missionary in Europe and for 18 years as pastor of an independent church in Albany, New York. Stan also serves as Spiritual Dean for the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS). He speaks frequently in churches, conferences, retreats, and camp meetings both here and abroad. Stan is the author of The Last Word (Warner Press, 2015), a study on the book of Revelation.

Rev. Johnny Crosby grew up in Moselle, MS. A lifelong United Methodist, Johnny attended Jones Junior College (A.A. degree in Music), William Carey College (Major in Biblical Studies and minors English and Music) and Asbury Theological Seminary (M.Div.) in Wilmore, KY. As an Ordained Elder, Johnny was as a pastor for 32 years. He served as Brookhaven District Superintendent and has just started his 5th year as executive director at Camp Wesley Pines. He has been married to Connie Aycock for 40 years and they have 2 daughters.

Everyone is invited to attend the daily services that include a 7:30 a. m. prayer time, morning worship at 10:30 a. m., special singing at 6:30 p. m., and an evening worship service at 7:00 p. m.