Brotherhood Retreat

The 6th Annual BMA of Missouri Brotherhood Retreat is Friday September 30, 2016 and Saturday October 1, 2016 at Camp Garwood. Speaker is Bro. Joey Duckworth. Make plans to attend and bring a friend.

Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. Supper
Program: Bro. Joey Duckworth
Saturday 7:30 a.m.
Archery Competition

Who Can Attend?
Adult men and young men who have an interest in outdoor activities. We encouraged you to bring your friends who do not attend church. Please Note: Anyone over 18 planning to stay overnight at the Retreat MUST complete the on-line application. If you were okay for camp this year you are okay for the retreat. This is a requirement for all who use the camp overnight. More info concerning that is available online at

What is the Cost?
There is no cost for those attending, but an offering will be taken to help with expenses.

What is the Purpose
To provide an avenue for fellowship and encouragement for the men of all ages. There will be a bunch of door prizes, food and also Trophies for the winners!!

What to Bring
Archery equipment, personal items, sheets, blankets (or sleeping bag),
and pillow. Beds, food and fun are provided.

Questions: Contact the following for more information:
Dennis Baker 636-461-1625
James Hoffann 314-277-8644
Claude Evans 573-438-0740

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