The name “Evans Memorial Camp” was chosen to honor Mickey and Laura-Mae Evans founders of Dunklin Memorial Camp in Okeechobee Florida. As pioneers in the recovery field their vision and obedience have blazed a trail of new life and freedom for families all over the world.
MAIN BUILDING Evans Memorial Camp opened it's doors for operation on April 30th 2016. Presently this City of Refuge has a two story house with a double wide trailer on either side. This was the first building for the City of Refuge and can house seventeen men. Down stairs will consist of an area for the classes, dorms, and fellowship. The upstairs is a two bedroom one bath with kitchen housing Servant Leadership Training men.
In 2015 we received a generous gift of a double wide three bedroom two bath trailer that has been put on the property. After a sincere gift from a couple for a new roof this became the home for the Directors.
We have added a hook up for RVs and Trailers for any travelers desiring to visit. These have been renovated and are able to allow wives and children to visit on the weekends.
City of Refuge
We continue to see God's provision through donations of buildings. We now have two buildings for families to live in once a man has completed the program. A fully functioning cafeteria and a hundred person capacity sanctuary.