DAVIS, Oklahoma — Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center re-opened to campers on June 29, for its Week 5 session.
Falls Creek, which did not meet on Week 4 (June 22-26) due to infrastructure damage sustained in recent flooding, has restored its facilities operations for the remaining summer weeks.
“This is a thrilling day, one that is an answer to prayer and reward for the hard work of people who have been working to restore Falls Creek after the flood damage,” said Anthony L. Jordan, Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma Executive Director-Treasurer.
The camp’s infrastructure, which experienced significant damage to its maintenance systems, is now in working order.
Each year, Falls Creek offers a total of eight weeks of summer camp. A portion of Falls Creek Week 3 and all of Week 4 were cancelled due to flood damage. Remaining weeks, each of which now are to take place as scheduled, include Falls Creek Week 5 (June 29-July 3); Week 6 (July 6-11); Week 7 (July 13-18); and Week 8 (July 20-24). Following the BGCO’s Falls Creek summer weeks, the annual weeklong family camp planned by Native American ministry leaders called Indian Falls Creek, will take place at Falls Creek July 26-31. For more information, visit www.fallscreek.org.