See You in 2018 for Campmeeting July 22—27


Our very first Campmeeting took place in 1973. Today, from all across the globe, hundreds of people continue to come together on the Rhema USA campus to get built up on their faith. They leave strengthened and refreshed, ready to impact those around them.

It all starts Sunday night at 6:00 PM. Campmeeting continues with three services a day: Monday through Friday (10:00 AM, 2:30 PM, and 7:30 PM). Youth and children have their own services as well.

From power-packed praise to motivating messages, your life will be changed!


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Summer Blitz at Rhema Varsity Youth

6th—12th Grade

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  • Mornings

    3 Years—5th Grade

  • Evenings

    Infants—5th Grade


In January 1973, the Lord woke Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin and told him to hold a special event in the spirit of the old-time campmeetings where believers received ministry from the Word of God reinforced by powerful moves of the Holy Spirit. Campmeeting continues each July as a weeklong gathering on the Rhema USA campus in Broken Arrow, OK.

Believers of all ages receive Word-based exhortation and instruction daily from hosts Revs. Ken and Lynette Hagin and other anointed men and women of God while the Holy Spirit performs healings and other signs and wonders.
Campmeeting is held July 23-28, 2017, Sunday—Friday.
Campmeeting is held on the RHEMA USA campus in Broken Arrow, OK, which is a suburb of Tulsa in northeastern Oklahoma. On campus, sessions are conducted at Rhema Bible Church (RBC). RBC is the large building with the red roof and the revolving, lighted faith shield atop it.
On-site registration begins Sunday, July 23, 2017 at Rhema Bible Church in the West Lobby at 5:00 p.m.
The first service is at 6:00 p.m. July 23rd.
We recommend you bring your Bible, a notepad, and pen. You may also want to bring a camera for use outside of ministry sessions.
Campmeeting is free-of-charge!
Yes. Children’s services include action-filled praise, Bible lessons, skits, games, and prizes. Summer Blitz for youth includes cutting-edge worship, contests and activities, special guest speakers, and bands.
Online pre-registration will be open closer to the date of the event.
Click here for hotel accommodations and maps of the area. Designated hotels and motels offer special rates for event participants. Ask for the “Rhema Rate.”
No, there is no dress code. You can come as you are. Typically attendees wear casual clothes in the morning services and dress up more for the evening services.
Yes. There is plenty of reserved parking around each building on campus, including the church. The auditorium has seating available specifically for wheelchairs, handicap accessible restrooms, and elevators.
Yes. We have a reserved section in the church auditorium for those who are deaf or hearing-impaired.
Yes. It is located in the northeast corner of the church.