Welcome to Beulah Camp

Come and enjoy our open air tabernacle and our air conditioned dining hall.

We have celebrated over 100 years of holiness preaching and worship and would like to add you to our family.

Beulah Holiness Camp Meeting is an interdenominational Christian Association established for the purpose of getting sinners saved, backsliders reclaimed, and believers sanctified wholly. It is especially established for preaching the Wesleyan doctrine of baptism of the Holy Spirit (i.e. sanctification, Christian Perfection, holiness) as a second definite work of God’s grace in the human heart.

When you enter Beulah Campground in Eldorado, Illinois you are standing on holy ground.

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The Rev. Mary Erwin, 100, a retired pastor and part of the Beulah Camp family, died Nov. 13 in Marion.

Rev. Erwin completed the Course of Study in 1955 for local pastors, a year before women were granted rights of ordination. She was finally granted her Certificate of Completion 51 years at the 2006 Illinois Great Rivers Annual Conference.

She served pastorates at Pleasant Grove, Bruce Chapel, Springerton-Asbury, Macedonia-Corinth-Ewing, and Dahlgren-Pleasant Grove in the former Southern Illinois Conference, retiring in 1982.

Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at Creal Springs United Methodist Church with funeral services to follow at 7 p.m. A second visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 at Gholson Funeral Home in McLeansboro, with a second service at 1 p.m. and graveside rites to follow at Pleasant Grove Cemetery near McLeansboro

Condolences can be sent to her son, Jerry Erwin, 600 Cedar Lane, Marion, IL 62959, or to her daughter, Delores Bowers, 12986 Whipporwill Lane, Creal Springs, IL 62922-3802.
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