Registration For The Feast Of 2020 Is Open!!

Online registration for the Feast of Tabernacles 2020 is now open!!

Follow this link to go to our feast page. We are excited to announce that we will once again be hosting the Feast of Tabernacles here in beautiful Grand Junction Colorado!

Preparing For the Feast

The 2020 Festival season is fast approaching beginning with Passover and the Days of Unleavened Bread. It’s already time to begin planning for your Feast experience. The cycle of reminders picturing God’s plan for mankind* that He has put in place for us is starting once again. Our festival planners are hard at work trying to ensure that this is the best Feast yet. However, they are not the ones who guarantee a good festival experience. They can only plan for so much. Ultimately it’s in God’s hands, but also the attitude you bring to the Feast has a tremendous impact on your experience and the experience of the festival attendees around you. The Feast is a wonderful opportunity to serve the brethren around you. We are called to serve, and each person has unique talents to offer (Galatians 5:13; 1 Peter 4:10). From special music to helping with setup and takedown, our feast site has many service opportunities. Please consider volunteering for one of the serving opportunities we have listed, or enter your own ideas for our consideration. The volunteers and the attitudes you bring really do make a feast site!

The Feast is a time of learning and instruction, a time of growing in the knowledge of God’s plan for mankind. It’s also a time of rejoicing and seeing old friends and meeting new ones. The Feast is truly a gift from God! Please pray for the success of the coming festival season and for all those who will be traveling.

Whether you pick Grand Junction, or choose a different feast sight to attend, we all wish you a very happy and spirit filled festival season! We look forward to learning and rejoicing with you at Feast 2020!!

*See these booklets for more information:

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