Welcome To Camphor Mission

History

The Camphor United Methodist School System has a storied past, dating back to 1948. It was founded by indigenous leaders to ensure their voices were heard, at a time when opportunities were unevenly distributed. Named after a missionary, the school stands as a testament to the community’s resolve to shape their own narrative.

Leaderships

Guided by visionaries, the Camphor Mission has seen various directors lead with dedication. Currently, Rev. Robert Tommy, appointed at the 191st Annual Conference, continues the legacy of leadership, following the late Rev. George M. Mingle. Their stewardship is a cornerstone of the mission’s success.

Facilities

Nestled in Tubmanville, Grand Bass County, the mission boasts an array of facilities. The J. F. Yancy School Building, with its offices and classrooms, and the Rev. Dr. Judith A. Stone-Olin Memorial UMVIM Guest House, are among the notable structures. The Solomon W. Willie Dining Hall honors a revered dean, while ongoing projects like the conference hall signify growth.

Agriculture

Agriculture is the lifeblood of Camphor Mission, enveloping the campus in lush palm trees and vital hand pumps. The mission’s commitment to agriculture underscores its role in nurturing the community and fostering self-sufficiency.

Healthcare

The George Z. Dean Memorial Clinic is a beacon of hope, providing essential healthcare services to the campus and neighboring communities. Special attention is given to pregnant women and children, ensuring their well-being with support from the United Methodist Church and the GBGM.

Please Support Us

The mission thrives on the generosity of its supporters. Contributions, whether through donations or volunteering, fuel the continued development and outreach of the Camphor Mission.

About Camphor Mission

The Camphor United Methodist Mission, established in 1948 in Tubmanville, Grand Bassa County, is a symbol of educational and community development. Led by Rev. Robert Tommy, the mission encompasses a range of facilities, including educational buildings, guest houses, and a clinic. Agriculture is a key focus, enhancing the mission’s self-sufficiency. The George Z. Dean Memorial Clinic provides crucial healthcare services, supported by the United Methodist Church and the GBGM. Despite financial challenges, the mission’s dedication to nurturing the community remains steadfast.

Rev-Robert-Tommy

working hours

M-F: 8am – 6:00pm

address

Tubmanville, Grand Bassa County

Email

liberiaumctv@liberiaumc.org

Phone

(+231) 777-072-599

Community Engagement

Agriculture

Agriculture is the lifeblood of Camphor Mission, enveloping the campus in lush palm trees and vital hand pumps. The mission’s commitment to agriculture underscores its role in nurturing the community and fostering self-sufficiency.

Camphor Clinic

Healthcare

The George Z. Dean Memorial Clinic is a beacon of hope, providing essential healthcare services to the campus and neighboring communities. Special attention is given to pregnant women and children, ensuring their well-being with support from the United Methodist Church and the GBGM.

History

About Camphor United Methodist Mission

Nestled in the heart of Tubmanville, Grand Bass County, the Camphor United Methodist Mission stands as a beacon of hope and progress. Established in 1948, the mission has been a cornerstone of education, healthcare, and community development. Named in honor of a dedicated missionary, the mission embodies the spirit of empowerment and self-determination.

At the helm of this historic institution is Rev. Robert Tommy, whose leadership continues to build upon the strong foundations laid by his predecessors. The mission’s facilities, including the J. F. Yancy School Building and the Rev. Dr. Judith A. Stone-Olin Memorial UMVIM Guest House, not only serve educational purposes but also add to the aesthetic appeal of the campus.

Agriculture is the heartbeat of Camphor Mission, with verdant palm trees encircling the campus, symbolizing growth and sustainability. The George Z. Dean Memorial Clinic stands as a testament to the mission’s commitment to health and well-being, offering vital services to both the campus and surrounding communities.

Despite challenges such as funding and salaries, the mission’s resolve remains unshaken. With the support of the United Methodist Church and the General Board of Global Ministries, Camphor Mission continues to thrive, nurturing minds, bodies, and spirits for a brighter future.


 

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working hours

M-F: 8am – 6:00pm

Address

Tubmanville, Grand Bassa County

Email

liberiaumctv@liberiaumc.org

Phone

(+231) 777-072-599

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