The Planning Team for the 2015 PCCCA Annual Conference met at Montreat Conference Center (Montreat, NC) on September 21-24. The event will be held at Montreat on November 8-13, 2015 (please put that on your calendar). The theme for the conference is "Hand in Hand," where we will explore our partnerships with our local communities, other camps/conference centers, and worldwide...(continued)
The November issue of Branches Online, the enewsletter of the Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association, is available online. You can see all of the latest news and resources by checking out this new issue. You will also find the previous issue here. If you did not receive these issues in your email inbox, you can subscribe by filling out the form on the left side of this page.
You will find the full list of our PCCCA organizational members on the current membership roll. Not on the list? Now is the time to join or renew your membership online (or with a check) at www.pccca.net/membership. We are now offering a multi-year deal on PCCCA membership. Sites and individuals who renew their membership for two years (2014 and 2015) can "lock in" the 2014 price on dues and receive a 5% discount on top of that. This special deal is only available by using this form (and paying with a check). If you are interested in saving money on membership, please mail your form and check today. Thank you for your ongoing support of PCCCA!
As a part of the benefits you receive through membership, PCCCA offers special discounts on different products and services related to camps and conference centers. Utilizing one or more of these company discounts could save you more money than you pay in membership dues. Here is the most current list of companies and organizations that provide a special discount to our 2014 members.
The Green Leaf Seal is a program of the Environmental Ministries office of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in cooperation with PCCCA. This seal is presented to Presbyterian camps and conference centers in the United States and Canada that care for God's earth by practicing sustainability and educating guests about environmental stewardship. To receive a Green Leaf Seal, a site must have completed a total of five projects or activities in the areas of facilities, education/program, operations, and outreach. You can learn about the requirements and benefits of this distinction by going to the Green Leaf Seal page.