The Primitive Baptist Music Workshop

Invites You to Join Us For

Teen Music Retreat

February 23-25, 2018





The 2018 Teen Music Retreat will convene Friday, February 23, at Camp Hillview.  Registration begins at 7:00 pm, with evening activities beginning at 8:00.

The focus for this year's retreat will be the importance of having Godly friends.  Their influence, support and direction are critical for us, and ours for them, as we strive to live our lives in a way that is pleasing to the Lord. True friends are honest and direct with one another.

The Teen Music Retreat isn't just for musicians!  If you enjoy music, meeting new friends, learning more about the Bible and sharing your experiences with others, this special weekend is for you!  A favorite of those who  regularly attend is Talent Night on Saturday.  The weekend's schedule allows plenty of time to prepare your performances for a wonderful night of fellowship together.  In fact, the entire weekend provides the opportunity for good fellowship among the youth of our churches and their friends, and is a real blessing for those who make it a regular part of their activities each year! 


Part of the schedule is dedicated to preparation for Sunday morning's worship service.  This year, Brother Taylor Dollar will deliver the message from God's Word.  Please be in prayer for him as he prepares for this special service, and for all who will participate and attend.


Be sure to see the attached registration form and submit it as soon as possible so that we can prepare accordingly.  If you play an instrument and plan to bring it with you, please indicate that on the form.   We look forward to a great time together and hope you'll decide to join us!  If you are not able to attend, please spread the word to others who may be, and be in prayer that the Lord will bless our efforts to worship Him!



Click Here For a Registration Form

"A friend loveth at all times,

and a brother is born for adversity."   

Proverbs 17:17



"Iron sharpeneth iron;

so a man sharpeneth

the countenance of his friend."

Proverbs 27:17