Mount Jubilee Ministries
“Speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves, for the rights of all who need an advocate.” Proverbs 31:8
Who We Are
Mount Jubilee Ministries is a Christ-centered ministry which partners with individuals who have special needs, their families and our community to provide opportunities for productive living.
His Path is an alternative Developmental Day Program available for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities who require mild to moderate support. His Path will operate Monday through Friday with a curriculum based program that will enhance participant’s abilities to function as productive, contributing and inclusive members of the local community.
Although due to COVID-19, Camp Jubilee is cancelled for this summer, we look forward to the summer of 2021! Camp Jubilee has been the signature program for MJM since our inception. The 5 day 4 night residential summer camp provides a Christ-centered, fun filled week for our Special Friends.
About Mount Jubilee Ministries
Mount Jubilee Ministries was established in 2005 in response to a defined interest to provide a residential summer camp for youth within the special needs population in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina. Due to the passionate commitment of the core group of faith-based founders, Camp Jubilee hosted its first week of camp in the summer of 2005 with five campers and six volunteers. Over the following years, approximately one hundred Special Friends, ranging in ages from 10 to 44, have participated in this exceptional summer camp experience.
Fall 2019 Newsletter
As Mount Jubilee Ministries continues to experience exponential growth across the board, it is difficult to select the most appropriate time to send a newsletter update. Advancements in the ministry seemingly occur on a daily basis and we are excited about what lies ahead.
In January 2019, Mount Jubilee Ministries’ administrative office took up residence at Mission First in Reidsville. As this relationship continues to be nurtured, the doors to 4 classrooms and the fellowship hall have been opened to launch MJM’s first expansion of programs. His Path Developmental Day Program is scheduled to begin on December 2nd. We currently have 3 part-time employees forging the way for additional programs and services for the unserved I/DD population.