Translation of camp meeting in Spanish:

camp meeting

reunión adventista, n.

noun

US

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    (a la que asisten fieles que acampan en el lugar) reunión adventista feminine
    • Its class meetings, love feasts, and camp meetings were major engines of revivalism.
    • They are as American as the Fourth of July, these sensationalist preachers who nowadays crowd the TV screen and in earlier days brought thousands into camp meetings.
    • Some historians have compared this meeting to the Cane Ridge camp meeting that took place in 1801.
    • From August 7 to 12 we will be going to the original location of Victoria Settlement for a great cooperative evangelical camp meeting.
    • For example, in 1836 his camp meeting revival at Broad Ripple (later Indianapolis) was threatened by Irish canal workmen.
    • This last week I was listening to Adrian Dennis, a pastor from the Grand Canyon in Arizona, at a camp meeting.
    • Other celebrations include the Root Festival the first week of May and the Talmaks celebration, which consists of an early summer camp meeting sponsored by the Presbyterian church.
    • A tent on the outskirts of the refugee camp was staffed by religious personnel who had a nightly assembly, a camp meeting.
    • Diggs remembers Mackall, his mother, and siblings singing in churches and at camp meetings across Calvert County.
    • In the fall of 1847, he was converted in a camp meeting held at Bluff Springs, Tennessee.
    • Another perilous incident occurred at a camp meeting near San Marcos.
    • In August 1832, Captain Auld experiences religion in a Methodist camp meeting.
    • Many of the rural people who attended camp meetings heard an organ played for the first time, and they were delighted with the experience.
    • If you're a nondenominational Protestant whose main experience of men of the cloth comes from camp meetings, Bible studies, and altar calls, the sight is even stranger.
    • Pike contextualizes the phenomenon of Neopagan festivals by pointing to other historical forms of religious gathering, such as evangelical camp meetings and spiritualist conventions.
    • Barton Stone, one of the founders of the camp meeting movement that revolutionized Baptist life in the American South, encountered conversion testimonies first among Virginia Baptists.
    • During a camp meeting in 1819, Zilpha Elaw became convinced that she had been called to preach the gospel.
    • In July 2004, Carter celebrated his fiftieth year as an ordained minister by serving as the keynote speaker at its annual camp meeting.
    • As adherents grew in number, spiritualist camp meetings began to be common, and some groups established permanent spiritualist centers.
    • Beginning in 1875, Penn organized camp meetings and found great pleasure and self-satisfaction in leading these meetings.