Feast of Tabernacles Services for 2018 will be held on Oct.24-31, 2018 in Newport, Tennessee.
This is an easy drive for those in the region of the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Cosby, Newport, Gatlinburg, Sevierville, Knoxville, Morristown, Greeneville, Erwin, Pigeon Forge, Johnson City, Bristol, Kingsport, Tri-Cities, etc. But people outside of this area are also welcome to attend. As long as you love Jesus & want to serve & worship Him in Spirit & in Truth & in accordance with the biblical commandments to observe the Feast Days, then you are welcome to attend.
Pre-registration to attend is required. This is a great opportunity for fellowship with like minded believers! We will have either sermon/worship services, bible study or prayer meetings every day. Plus we will also have daily cook outs, camping, prepping & survival classes, games, mountain nature trail walks & other activities! There is a playground for children and there is a licensed paramedic on the property! Most of your meals will be provided for free! We offer Spanish interpretation & sign language for the deaf & hard of hearing at all events if requested.
Reason we call the Feast "The Fiesta":
When you look at the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek words for "feast" in relation to the Holy Days, these words actually do not mean a feasting of food, but rather a party, a celebration, which of course includes a feasting of food but is much more. The word "feast" is actually an English word and does not appear in the Hebrew & Greek scriptures. Neither does "fiesta", but the latin word "fiesta" more accurately & vividly describes what the Feast of Tabernacles is actually supposed to be. It's supposed to be a Fiesta, a celebration. The Spanish language is spoken by more people on Earth than any other language other than Chinese. So to use a word that is known to so many people, is a great way to reach the Latin American population with the truth. The Latin American and Mexican population is falling quickly for Islam. Islam is now the fastest growing religion among Hispanics. Islam is trying to evangelize everyone on Earth. The ministers of truth must also try to reach all people of all races and languages on Earth. The word "fiesta" is also one of the very few English/Latin words well known in the middle east. So by using the words "Fiesta of Tabernacles", we relay the true meaning of the word, while evangelizing more people on Earth, both Hebrew/Israelite and Gentile. For God is not willing for any man/person to perish, but for all to come to everlasting life.
Financial Assistance / Lodging:
If you need free or discounted lodging, please feel free to inform us as early as possible before the Feast & we might be able make arrangements for you to share someone's campsite for 1/2 price or free. If you are willing to share a campsite with someone who cannot afford their own campsite, please also let us know this. We are also providing many free meals & drinks throughout the Feast. If you need additional assistance with food, please let us know!
Jesus' Name Only
We make every effort to open our doors to sincere followers of Jesus Christ and for those who are seeking, But we cannot compromise with what The Almighty has revealed and we cannot compromise with evil, demonic pagan names which actually represent the devil.
The use of the pagan Assyrian Y names (yah, yahweh, yahshua, yehsua, Jehovah, etc) are strictly forbidden.
Click here to see solid undeniable, irrefutable proof that those names represent the devil.
We will be reading the scriptures from the Alpha & Omega Bible. But you are welcome to try to follow along in KJV, NASB or other translation, other than a Y name version which is satanic.
Please click here to learn why The Alpha & Omega Bible is far more accurate than any other version widely available today.
Camping Available & Encouraged
There will be camping available for tents, campers and RV's. Or you may stay at a local motel or rent a cabin nearby. But we encourage you to bring your own tent (or purchase one when you get here) and stay in a tent (we have electric & water). But you are free to choose where you will stay.
There will be clean restrooms and hot showers. In the restrooms & bath houses, we will provide high quality toilet paper, paper towels, hand soap, air fresheners, hand sanitizer, etc. I encourage as many people as possible to stay in tents but on sites with electric so that you can run a heater at night if needed. (Bring your own small heater, one safe to run in a tent). But we understand that a few people need to be in a camper, RV, Hotel, etc. It gets pretty cool at night around here in October, you may want to bring blankets and a heater just in case.
Live Broadcast via Phone & Internet
For those who are unable to attend, we always broadcast all of our High Holy Day Sabbath sermons.
But we will not be broadcasting the midweek Bible Studies, classes & recreational activities.
For the Live Audio Broadcasts of the Services via internet or phone, Please click here.
If you seek to be baptized in Jesus Name for the remission of sins in accordance to Acts 2:38, Please let us know in your registration form or after arrival. I will be more than honored to baptize you in Jesus Name during the Feast. Please click here to read about baptism and why it's not only important, but also required for salvation.
Where / Location:
We are hosting the Feast of Tabernacles near Newport, Tennessee. But the exact location will remain unreleased to the general public. But it is within 1 hour or less drive from Morristown, Cosby and Newport,Tennessee. It is in the best interest of those attending if our services will be secure without interruption from any protesters or others trying to cause troubles, considering that our ministry is one of the most actively vocal against Islam, gay marriage, demon-crats, etc. We seek to meet with like minded brothers & sisters in Christ Jesus and to provide a venue for the Feast of Tabernacles for people who sincerely want to grow in the real truth. Therefore considering all things, I have concluded that it will be best to not release the exact location to the public. If you feel that you might be interested in attending, I encourage you to read as much of this website as possible to ensure that we are like minded and that you are sincerely interested in attending. Then fill out the pre-registration form and then I will call you and we will talk & if we are like minded, I will inform you of the specific location of the Feast. You will not need to make any camp site reservations unless you plan on staying at a hotel. I encourage as many people as possible to stay in tents but on campsites that have electric if needed to run your own heater at night if needed. But we understand that some people need to be in a camper, RV, Hotel, etc. I encourage people who are interested to save up their 2nd tithe or other funds for possible camping fees, food, gas, supplies, etc. You can pay for your camping spot when you arrive. The campground does not accept payments well in advance. All sites are first come, first served.
Local restaurants, stores & motels are nearby. There are also creeks that run through the campground but we are not allowed to fish within the campground. But you are welcome to go down the street & fish in the same creeks but upstream or downstream. The campground has free wi-fi, playground, huge field for the kids to play, very small laundry room/closet, nice large clean bathrooms & hot showers with free hand sanitizer, paper towels, good toilet paper & soap. Some RV/camper sites have sewer connections.
Licensed paramedic are on the property 24/7 unless out for an emergency, volleyball/badminton net, horseshoes, etc. Campfires are allowed & encouraged! There is no check in/out times. So you can arrive as early or as late as needed or leave as early or as late as needed without extra charge! You are only charged for the nights that you stay over.
Camping Rates: Subject to change.
If you stay in the same campground as us, which we encourage, these are the rates & information for camping:
No reservations needed. First come, first served. Pay when you get here. If you are active military or Veteran, You will also get an additional 5% off the below already discounted prices! Please be sure to let them know! When I give you the exact location, please remember that their email is not working. So you will not be able to email the campground owners/managers. But you can call them, or just email/call me. Free Wi-fi does work in the campground.
Tent Sites with electric & water: $25 per night plus tax. So 9 nights is $225 plus tax, so probably around $240. All tent rates are for 2 people age 13 and up. Add $3 per night per person age 13 and up. Children 12 yrs and under are free.
Primitive Tent Sites with no electric & water (only if you are used to cool weather): $17 per night for 2 people age 13 & up. $150 for 9 nights. Plus Tax. Add $3 per person age 13 & up per night over the first 2 people. 12 and younger free.
Camp sites for RV's & Campers: 30 AMP or 50 AMP electric & water: unlimited people: 2 nights for $69 plus tax.
3 nights for $99 + tx.
$235 for 9 nights + tx.
After you receive the information from me concerning the exact location of the feast, and if you are going to be using any airlines, rental cars or area hotels/motels, you are welcome to use the following link to receive discounts. Not all area motels are included in this link. You are welcome to shop around either before or after you arrive. There is a hotel nearby that is $40 per night plus tax that is not listed in the below link.
The ministry receives a small financial payback for all purchases via this link. If you are going to be using this link for your reservations, please remember to use this link every time that you visit it. Thanks!
The prices quoted in this link already include taxes and fees. So please remember that when shopping around. Most websites do not quote the entire total including taxes and fees.
Rules for Entire Feast:
-Please turn off all cell phones during services, bible studies and classes.
-No pets during services/sermons/bible studies/classes/cook-outs/group gatherings.
-All pets must be on leash/chain at all times! Thanks.
-Please do not bring any Pit bulls, Doberman Pinschers, rottweilers & other dog breeds that may cause fear by some of our guests. Do not bring these to the Feast! Keep them at home! Your pitbull may be completely safe but the comfort & peace of mind of all our guest is more important.
-No candy, snacks, food or chewing gum during worship services, sermons, classes. We want to respect the Holiness of Worship and also not cause distractions while people are trying to focus & learn. Drinks are Okay during services. Of course if you have a cold, sore throat or other medical reason for candy during services/classes, that is acceptable but please notify me in advance so that I will know what the situation is. Thanks. Water/drinks is to be used for simple dry mouth.
-No Pepsi or Coke products during services/sermons/classes/group gatherings. These are offensive to us because the Pepsi company admits using aborted baby cells in testing for their flavors. The Coke company is led by an openly unrepentant Muslim who is active in Islamic warfare against Christians. We ask that you please respect our stand against evil by refraining from these products during all group gatherings. We will be providing water & some other type of drinks. You are welcome to bring your own drinks as well as long as they are not Pepsi or Coke products. Dr. Pepper, 7 UP & Dr. Enuf are not Pepsi/Coke and are welcome as well as generic brands.
-No skull/bones on clothing, no wings on clothing, no minions on clothing, no rock n roll singers/groups on clothing. No confederate flags. No black nail polish. Please respect that we are a ministry of conservative Christians and so we do not tolerate satanic clothing styles. If you want to wear all black like a Goth, please attend the feast with some other group!
-No cursing at all in public or at group gatherings.
-If you disagree with a teaching, please refrain from causing trouble, fights and arguments. You are welcome to attend other feast sites hosted by other groups which you may agree with better.
-We are Jesus Name only. No y names are allowed. No yeshua, yah, yahweh, yahshua or any other version of y names. No Jehovah. No Halleluyah/hallelujah.
Acceptable names & titles are: Jesus, LORD, God, Christ.
-Alcohol is acceptable at this campground and among our social gatherings (camp fires, etc) but if you become a jerk, rude, loud or out of control, you will be evicted from both our gatherings and the campground!
-Males are allowed to be shirtless. It's a park and campground! Nothing wrong with it! If you disagree, please chose a different feast site. We don't get along with legalistic religious people.
-No smoking of pot any where in the campground, not even in your own tent or camper. Anyone found smoking pot or smelling like pot will be evicted from the campground.
-No Smoking of cigarettes or vapes among any of our gatherings. If you smoke cigarettes or vapes, please restrict this to only your own campsite. Please do not leave cigarette butts laying on the ground, not even on your own campsite. Depose of cig butts in your ash trays until they are completely cold before throwing them into a trash can.
-Please do not leave personal items such as wash cloths, soap, shampoo, etc in the bath house or showers. This is not your home. Please be respectful of others that come after you that don't need your stuff in their way!
-By attending at this Feast Site, you agree to abide by all these rules for the peace and unity of the congregation and Feast.
Services each day will be either under a pavilion or in the great outdoors in open fields and under trees. Please bring your own lawn chairs to sit in.
If it rains, there is a shelter that we can get under and continue services.
You are welcome to bring musical instruments and to sing and share your music, but we are Jesus' Name Only please.
RSVP/Registration Required Please: So that we know how many people to expect, who to expect and how much food to have prepared, Please RSVP/register by clicking here. We would love to open our doors to everyone, but the reality of the world today is that we must restrict our gathering from those who want only to cause trouble. We will make every effort to accommodate anyone who is simply wanting to serve God in Spirit and in Truth, but who are not dangerous to a peaceful gathering of like minded followers of Jesus Christ.
In accordance with the Biblical requirement (Deut.16:16-17) for each head of household to bring an offering during the Feast of Tabernacles, We will be accepting your Tabernacles Offerings. We do not pass the plate or offering basket. Please give your offerings directly to the pastor. We are not about the money. But we do hope that you will be obedient to Jesus in all matters in every area of your life. If a penny is all that you have to give, then so be it.
To search for other possible Feast of Tabernacle Sites across the world, please visit www.feastgoer.org
Oct.4, Wednesday: Preparation Day:
Check in time at campground: No earlier than 10 a.m.
Set up tents, campers, RV's or other lodging.
Go in town & purchase last minute supplies.
Oct. 5: Thursday: 1st Day of Feast: High Holy Day: Annual Sabbath.
(Eat Breakfast at your private campsite every morning)
1:30pm. Everyone meet at Pavilion.
Everyone please take a copy of the new updated printed schedule.
1:40 Opening Prayer.
Introduction to Feast: Information and Announcements. Q & A.
(Free water, drinks provided at all group gatherings)
1:55 Worship Services/Sermon. (Broadcast 2 pm Eastern)
Followed by Q & A.
7-11 pm Group Cook out / Camp Fire & Fellowship at pastor's Campsite. Everyone invited!
Oct. 6 Friday: Prep Day for weekly Sabbath
Baptism of Mrs. Harris!
Go into town for any needed supplies before tomorrow's rest day.
7-10 pm Celebration party for Mrs. Harris, group cook out / Camp Fire & Fellowship at pastor's Campsite. Everyone invited!
Oct.7 Saturday: 7th Day of Week
Services 1:50pm (Meet at pavilion earlier please.)
Oct.11: Wednesday: Prep Day
Go into town for any needed supplies before tomorrow's rest day.
Oct.12 Thursday: Last Great Day
Services 1:50 pm (Meet at pavilion earlier please.)
Oct. 13 Friday
Depart unless you are staying over extra night(s).
Check out time: no later than sunset.
Please make sure your campsite is clean before leaving. Thanks!
Other Activities during the Fiesta:
-Class on how to identify & harvest wild edible plants/flowers/herbs for food and med,
-Mountain overlook viewing,
-Tent living and tent repair class,
-Group trail walk,
-How to make tinctures class,
-and possibly foot races, badminton, volleyball, horse shoes, etc, if enough people come.
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