For eight days in the fall of the year, Christians in our tradition pause to observe
The Feast of Tabernacles. We celebrate this festival because it is commanded of God (Leviticus 23) and because we see a powerful Christian significance in the feast. For us, this is not merely a Jewish holiday, but one of the
Appointed Times of God, given to remind us every year of an important part of His plan and deepens our understanding of the work and ministry of Jesus Christ.
This feast is a family pilgrimage festival, that is a festival observed away from home. We go where many of God’s people gather. For eight days we worship, rest, play and learn together. Every day includes an uplifting worship service where we glorify God in song, in the reading and exposition of Scripture and prayer. Each day also includes workshops, seminars designed
that the man of God may be proficient and equipped to every good work and children’s and youth classes. There are plenty of opportunities for Christian fellowship, with activities designed not only for fun, but for meeting new people and for bonding with new friends. Come and keep the Feast with us. Everyone is welcome and no prior reservations are required. We have plenty of room for you. Come and worship for one day or eight, but come. You will grow deeper in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Listen to the messages below for more information on the history & significance of the Feast of Tabernacles.
- Christian Holidays #20 - radio program by Ronald L. Dart
- Why Observe Tabernacles? - sermon by Ronald L. Dart
- Why I Love the Feast - sermon by Ronald L. Dart
- The Feast in Prophecy - sermon by Ronald L. Dart