The Charis Fellowship is blessed to collaborate with several incredible organizations for hands-on training and resource development to equip our churches for effective ministry. The combined impact of our national ministries over many decades has helped the Charis Fellowship become what it is today.
Assist Church Expansion
Helping our Fellowship be an expanding movement
Connecting and equipping the women of the Charis Fellowship
Taking the Gospel of peace to our nation’s warriors
Encompass World Partners
Spreading the knowledge and glory of God among the least reached of our world
Providing higher education that applies biblical values
Assisting the Charis Fellowship by providing access to financial resources and support
Inspire Charis Pastors Network
Encouraging and equipping Charis pastors as we serve God together
Momentum Ministry Partners
Equipping today’s young Christian leaders for tomorrow’s opportunities
The Charis Fellowship is honored to recognize and partner with a number of Cooperating Ministries that serve in specific areas of ministry both regionally and internationally.
Camps & Retreat Centers of the Charis Fellowship
The Charis Fellowship has six camps or retreat centers which are sponsored, owned, or hosted by regional districts or churches. While the main goal for many is ministering to kids and teens, these facilities also provide space for Charis groups to gather. Through scheduled programming and maintaining facilities, these camps offer opportunities for evangelism, discipleship, and training.
Camp Albryoca has been hosting campers for more than 50 years. It offers athletic fields, an indoor heated swimming pool, fire pit, chapel, dining hall, shower houses, and cabins. Three weeks of the summer the Allegheny District churches utilize the facilities, otherwise they are available to be rented by church groups, organizations, and families.
Northern Atlantic District
Located in Lancaster County, Pa., Camp Conquest serves the Northern Atlantic District. The camp can offers horseback riding, target sports, swimming, hiking, and campfires. Camp Conquest offers week-long day and overnight camps for children and youth 7–15 as well as weekend retreats. The facilities are available to rent the entire year.
Western Pennsylvania District
Camp Mantowagan is owned and operated by churches in the West Penn District. Canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes, low-ropes course, target range, sporting fields and courts, indoor games, hiking and biking trails, and a climbing wall are a few of the features available to campers.
Blue Ridge District
Camp Tuk-a-Way began in the mid 1960s on a piece of donated land. The camp runs two week-long camps, where campers participate in Bible training and discussions, craft time, swimming, archery, and group games. The remainder of the summer, the facilities are utilized by other groups who plan and operate their own teachings and activities.
Clear Lake Grace Brethren Camp
Pacific Northwest District
White Pass, Wash.
Clear Lake Grace Brethren Camp held its first camp in 1941. The camp offers field sports, snow tubing, boating, a climbing wall, and nearby skiing and backpacking trails. Two weeks of the summer the Pacific Northwest District Grace Brethren Youth Council runs camps. The camp is available to be rented by groups of 35 or more throughout the year.
Grace Community Church
The Lodge was purchased in 2016 by Grace Community Church in Goshen, Ind., to serve the northern Indiana area. It has 52 acres of outdoor activities like professional disc golf, kayaks, canoes, trails, basketball courts, gaga pit, tether ball, and three fire pits. When the Lodge is not hosting private events, the grounds are open to the public.