Joy J. Moore, PhD – Evangelist

Joy serves as associate professor of homiletics and Christian ministry at Wesley Seminary in Marion, Indiana. She is an ordained elder in the West Michigan Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Joy earned a PhD from Brunel University and the London School of Theology and an MDiv from the Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL. Her distinguished career also includes serving as the associate dean for African American Church studies, visiting professor of preaching, and associate dean of Church relations and Black Church studies at Duke University, the assistant professor of preaching and director of women and ethnic ministry at Asbury Theological Seminary, and assistant professor of preaching and academic liaison to the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Joy is a John Wesley Fellow and president of the Christian Theological Research Fellowship at the American Academy of Religion. She has published over 21 works, and delivered 99 invited papers and lectures.

Joy served as Evangelist at Roxbury in 2009.  The Camp Meeting Commission anticipate God”s Word challenging us through Joy’s ministry.

Joy’s August 3 Message

Joy’s Aug. 5th Message

Joy’s Aug. 6th Message

Joy’s Aug. 7th Message

Joy’s Aug. 9th Message

Joy’s Aug. 10th Message

Joy’s Aug. 11th Message

Joy’s Aug. 12th Message

Adam Meredith – First Weekend Speaker

Adam will be speaking on the Opening weekend on Saturday morning and Sunday morning.  Adam joined Antrim Brethren in Christ’s staff in 2016 and is grateful for the opportunity to preach the gospel. He believes that the Word of God works actively in those who believe (1 Th. 2:13) and that the church is meant to be the display of God’s glory and wisdom on earth (Eph. 3:10). Adam graduated from Yale University in 2008 with a degree in Chemistry. Following graduation, he served for 1 year with Campus Crusade for Christ in East Asia. He then taught high school math and science for 2 years before serving as a pastor for 5 years at Five Forks BIC Church. He is currently in the process of receiving a Master of Divinity degree focused in Bible Exposition from Columbia International University in Columbia, South Carolina. Adam and his wife, Danielle, were married in 2009 and live in Quincy, PA. They have 2 sons, Graham (1-9-16) and Davis (6-8-17), and a Bernese Mountain Dog named Coach. You can contact him at,

Adam’s Aug. 5th Message

John Hawbaker- Wednesday Evening

John will be speaking Wednesday evening in the main tabernacle.  John was the Camp Meeting Director for many years and we are excited to have him join the teaching team as we unpack one of his passions, Holiness.

John’s Aug. 8th Message


Aaron Duvall – Second Weekend Speaker

Due to illness in his family, Aaron was unable to attend Camp Meeting. John Hawbaker and John Fickett spoke in his stead.

John Fickett’s Aug. 11th Message

John Hawbaker’s Aug. 12th Message


Ken Hepner    – Thursday and Friday morning Bible teacher                                                              

Ken and his wife Raina were called by God to return to Cedar Grove after 27 years of absence. They left in 1985 to begin their ministry as Senior Pastoral couple of the Mechanicsburg Brethren in Christ Church where they served for 16 years. They also pastored Chambersburg Brethren in Christ Church for eight years and worked for three years to plant the On Eagles’ Wings Brethren in Christ Church in Silver Spring township PA. They began their ministry among at Cedar Grove in June 2012. Their call is to work together as a couple to help as many people as they can to connect with Jesus in a deeply personal way. Ken’s loves begin with family: Raina, Sam, Mashawn, Monica, Jaden, Trey, Sydney, Dan, Kristin, Eric, Derrick, Mike, Amber, Jared, Raegen, Kylee, and Brianna Hepner. He also loves outdoor sports and old cars. Ken’s skill set includes preaching Biblical and relevant messages, discipling, leading, and teaching the followers of Jesus about engaging meaningfully in the spiritual life. They are thrilled to be pastoring in the church that gave them their start in ministry and so much grace when they met Jesus in 1975.hurs


Ken will be teaching in the morning sessions in the tabernacle on Thursday and Friday mornings.  He also will be teaching a seminar on Holiness Monday and Tuesday afternoons.  Holiness in the Old and New Testament will be his theme.

Ken’s Aug. 9th Message

Ken’s Aug. 10th Message

John Keefer    – Monday and Tuesday morning Bible teacher

John is Pastor at Mount Pleasant BIC church in Mt. Joy Pa.

John’s Aug. 6th Message

John’s Aug. 7th Message



Jeremy Spear – Camp Director’s Opening Remarks

Jeremy has served as director of Roxbury Holiness Camp since 2011. He previously served as pastor at Lakeview Community Church in Goodrich, Michigan. He served there for 3 years before moving to take on his role at Roxbury. For 17 years, Jeremy served as a youth pastor in several churches the longest stint being at Colwood United Brethren from 2000 to 2008. He was eager to address the issue of Holiness this year at Camp Meeting.

Jeremy Spear’s Aug. 3rd Message