Since 1890

The 2019 Campmeeting letter from Gerald Nobles, Jr., has been published. Please visit the President's Letter page or click here for a .pdf file to view and print.

Assisted Listening System Information - Please Click Here for instructions. This year we are installing a new Assisted Listening System at Campmeeting. This will allow smartphone or tablet users to install an app and listen to services via headphones or Bluetooth enabled devices (hearing aids etc.) www.audiofetch.com

Online Giving is now available! 

Bloys Campmeeting Association

Bloys Campmeeting, established in 1890, meets in August for five days of worship and fellowship. All denominations are welcome. Bloys Cowboy Campmeeting is held in Skillman Grove in the Davis Mountains of West Texas. Bloys Campmeeting was founded by the Rev. W.B. Boys, a Presbyterian minister. His camp pulpit was an Arbuckle coffee crate. At that first camp meeting, 48 people from remote ranches and towns slept in tents and wagons. in 1902, Bloys Campmeeting Association was incorporated by the Baptist, Disciples of Christ, Methodist, and Presbyterian families who spent time each August to worship together. From that first meeting of 48 people, Bloys has grown steadily and now regularly welcomes 2,500 worshipers. Many are the fourth and fifth generations of their families to attend Bloys, and it is not uncommon to meet men and women who have attended 60 or 70 consecutive meetings.

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Important Dates for 2020

June Meeting - Sunday, June 14, 2020 - Church Service at 11:00 am, immediately followed by the business meeting

Tuesday, August 4 - Campgrounds closed for spraying

Wednesday, August 5 - First day to move into campground

Friday, August 7 - First meal served at 6:00 pm with first church service following at 8:00 pm

Wednesday, August 12 - Closing service at 8:00 pm

Bloys Caretakers are Virgil and Beverly Gage who can be reached by phone at 432-426-3375.

For information regarding space at the on-site trailer camp, please contact Donna or Ken Greaves at 432-661-9367

Photo Credit to Carolyn Nored Miller