Mount Jubilee Ministries

A Special Place for Special People!

Who We Are

Mount Jubilee Ministries is a Christ-centered ministry partnering with people who have special needs, their families, and our community to provide productive living opportunities.

His Path

His Path is an alternative Developmental Day Program for individuals who have intellectual or developmental disabilities, and who require mild to moderate support from our staff.

Camp Jubilee

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.

Get Involved

Your support through volunteering and donations of various kinds allows us to continue to provide support to families with special needs. Find out how you can make a difference!

Donate Now

Mount Jubilee Ministries is completely funded through donations from individuals, large and small businesses, foundations, and churches! We are expanding to meet needs.

“Speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves, for the rights of all who need an advocate.”

Proverbs 31:8

The Journey Continues
Mount Jubilee Ministries

MJM was established in 2005 in response to much interest in a residential summer camp for youth within the special needs population in central North Carolina. Due to the passionate commitment of its faith-based founders, Camp Jubilee hosted its first week of camp in 2005 with five campers and six volunteers. In the years since, hundreds of volunteers and Special Friends, ages 10-44, have participated in this exceptional camp experience.

Dear MJM Family and Friends,

In December, Jenna (our wonderful Program Director) and I had the opportunity to visit Brookwood in Georgetown, an organization in Texas that is like-minded in many ways with Mount Jubilee Ministries. The accompanying art, created by a friend with disabilities, caught my eye and has become the MJM theme for 2022: “Oh Yeah! Now we’re getting somewhere”. Over the past 6 years, MJM has developed a solid foundation on which to carry out our mission and vision and we anticipate another great year of growth and expansion.

Our visit to the BiG campus revealed a new dimension that MJM will begin working hard to implement in our day programs. BiG provides an educational environment that creates meaningful jobs, builds a sense of belonging, and demands dignity and respect for adults with disabilities. Our current His Path day programs are similar, with the exception of the enterprise element that is in place at BiG.

Having witnessed this successful model in Texas, MJM has begun pivoting our day program efforts to include various enterprise opportunities for our His Path Heroes. The first endeavor in the world of enterprise is our Perennial Project, under the leadership of Sarah Overby. You can read more about this exciting horticulture program further on our blog page. Moving into this entrepreneurial model, our Heroes will acquire meaningful job skills and have real job responsibilities in our very own enterprises.

Along with this exciting direction for our day programs, the Board of Directors unanimously agreed to move forward with the vision of a residential community. The search for land is underway and we are excited to see what lies ahead as we continue to move in this direction. To build a vocational and residential community where our Heroes can learn, work, and live in a Christ-centered environment is our ultimate goal. Celebrating and enriching the lives of our Heroes will surely help change the way the world views our friends with disabilities. 

Enjoy more of what is happening in our midst by visiting our Blog and Events page! 

Thank you for your continued interest and support of Mount Jubilee Ministries. 


Most sincerely,

Cecil Cottrell
Executive Director

As he passed by, he saw a man blind from birth. And his disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” Jesus answered, “It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be displayed in him.”

John 9: 1-3