Feast of Tabernacles 2022 Feast Sites (2023)

2022 Feast of Tabernacles and Last Great Day

Monday, October 10, through Monday, October 17

Dear Brethren,

Here is the information packet for the 2022 Feast of Tabernacles. Listed below are the major CBCG Feast sites. In addition to these, there will be many smaller sites scattered across the U.S. As we have grown in recent years, we have increased the number of Feast sites. Every year we have sites closer and closer to where the brethren live—so that travel to the Feast is more convenient.

Please carefully follow the packet instructions. Each person is responsible for making his or her own reservations. In all locations, please mention that you are with the Christian Biblical Church of God, because in most cases we have been given special rates.

We need your help: Over the years it has been our policy to let people attend the Feast wherever they desired—and to change their minds as need be. Some even wait until a few days before the opening night of the Feast before making housing reservations. However, such late decisions make planning most difficult. Please let us know where you will attend as soon as possible so we can fulfill our contractual obligations of guaranteed minimums.

Please be sure to return the Feast Information Form (last page) as soon as possible.

Remember that the Feasts of God are as important as the weekly Sabbath. Through keeping them year by year, we are able to learn and understand more about God’s plan as revealed in the Bible. May God bless you in every way and make this year’s Feast the best ever for you and your family!

With love in Christ Jesus,

Fred R. Coulter

FRC

Burlington-Colchester, Vermont

Marriott Residence Inn

71 Rathe Road • 
Colchester, VT 05446

(802) 655-3100

Note: The Burlington-Colchester site is now full and cannot take further reservations.

We are pleased to announce that the CBCG will host a festival site at the Marriott Residence Inn in Burlington-Colchester. Located near beautiful Lake Champlain, the Inn features rooms with kitchen facilities, a barbecue area, a swimming pool, and an exercise room—plus a free complimentary breakfast.

The beauty and splendor of Vermont’s autumn foliage is spectacular. With forests covering three-quarters of the state, and with a high percentage of maple trees, Vermont explodes in the fall with deep oranges, yellows, and burning reds. Everywhere you go you are surrounded by the beauty of Vermont’s mountains, lakes, and sprawling farmlands. The area features a variety of historic sites, museums, and hiking trails. The ferry rides on Lake Champlain are especially popular. Vermont is also noted for its many Farm-to-Table restaurants.

Opening night services will be held on Sunday, October 9, at 7:30 PM. Services during the Feast will begin at 10 AM. We plan to have several group activities—including a barbecue and a game night in which brethren can fellowship and enjoy each other’s company.

Visit facility: www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/btvco-residence-inn-burlington-colchester/ overview/. A block of rooms has been reserved. Discounted rates:

• 1 bedroom standard suite (studio) $144/night

• 1 bedroom suite $188/night • 2 bedroom suite $249/night

Due to limited seating in the meeting room, please contact Roger Kendall, festival elder, before you make reservations: or (802) 879­9327.

Daytona Beach, Florida

Comfort Suites

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590 Ava Court • Sanford, FL 32711 • (407) 585-1582

Sanford is about 30 miles from Daytona Beach, halfway between Daytona Beach and Orlando. There is an international airport in Sanford.

For information or to make reservations, use the following link (this is a special webpage for the CBCG): www.choicehotels.com/reservations/groups/RS87Z9. Or call the facility or look them up on the Internet to make reservations that way.

If you need assistance, please contact us:

Nolan Joseph (352) 575-4848

Faye Joseph (352) 575-5445

Branson, Missouri

Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center

3050 Green Mountain Dr.
 • Branson, MO 65616
 • www.bransonstonecastle.com

Reservations (800) 677­6906 • (417) 335­4700 • fax (417) 335­3906

Services in the Excalibur Room (Building 3) 10 AM daily (doors open at 8:30). No opening night service, but we will be there for an early evening casual Meet & Greet.

20 rooms have been set aside with group rate for 10-7 through 10-17; rates will be honored 3 days before and 3 days after these dates. Mention CBCG and ask for Building 3; make reservations before September 7. Register early; Branson is now very busy post-pandemic.

• Standard Rooms w/2 queen beds or w/1 king bed $89 + 12.35% tax

• Jacuzzi Rooms $105 + tax 
• Jacuzzi Suites $129 + tax

• Complimentary hot breakfast buffet.

Branson offers a wide variety of affordable housing options as well as many attractions: Veterans Memorial Museum, Titanic Museum, Branson Scenic Railway (for a beautiful tour of the Ozarks), the IMAX theatre, and nearby Silver Dollar City. There are also many live shows and concerts to take in, and lots of shopping and dining venues.

Feast host: Steve Durham (317) 617-0267

Shipshewana, Indiana

Van Buren Hotel

1175 N. Van Buren Street • Shipshewana, IN 46565 • (260) 768­7191

We will be returning to Shipshewana for the Feast this year. Located in the scenic Amish community of Northeastern Indiana, the site (including the Van Buren Hotel) is situated within the region of the Pokagon State Park. The park is bordered by Lake James on the west and south and by Snow Lake on the north. Wetlands can be seen throughout the park, and the Potawatomi Nature Preserve makes up a large portion of its east side. Over 10 miles of hiking trails wind through the park (https://visitindiana.com/things­to­do/48618­pokagon­state­park).

Area attractions: Dutch Creek Farm Animal Park, University of Notre Dame, National Studebaker Museum, Morris Performing Arts Center, and the South Bend Museum of Art (see www.midwestliving.com/travel/indiana/south­bend/top­things­to­do­south­bend­indiana/).

The area features outstanding shopping centers, excellent dining, flea markets, antique shops, and a peaceful country setting. See www.visitshipshewana.org

We have reserved a block of 25 rooms at the Van Buren. The lodging features Double Queen Rooms and King Suites (with pullout sofa) for $109 a night. When making reservations, tell them you are with the CBCG Feast of Tabernacles conference. Block held to September 1. See www.reservationcounter.com/hotels/show/6007633/van-buren-hotel-shipshewana-in/.

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For info on additional area housing, see www.shipshewana.com/businesses/lodging.

Services will be at the Van Buren Hotel. Opening night services will be Sunday, October 9, at 7:30 PM. The first holy day service, October 10, will begin at 10:30 AM. Service times for the remainder of the Feast will be at 10 AM. We do plan to have a number of activities in which brethren can enjoy each other’s fellowship. For assistance, contact Albert Jones at (517) 646-6098 or (517) 488-7965.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Homewood Suites

4900 West Madison Place • Broken Arrow, OK

This year we are again meeting at Homewood Suites in Broken Arrow. We do not have any arrangements with hotels, so each person is responsible for their own housing. You can get good prices by using AARP’s seniors’ discount or veterans’ discount. If you need a list of good motels, feel free to call me. There are plenty of places to eat and shop near Homewood Suites. The hotel offers a grab and go breakfast and an evening meal during the week.

Tulsa is a great place for the Feast, as there are many places of interest. We are planning several activities. We only have room for 25-30. Last year we had 20. If you would like to attend, please let me know so we can make sure we have room. The CBCG Tulsa fellowship group looks forward to seeing you. For information or assistance, contact festival host Lawrence Burchfield at (918) 759­7717 CT.

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Norma Dan Motel

3864 Parkway • Pigeon Forge, TN 37863

(865) 453-2403 • (800) 219-6809 • www.normadanmotel.com

We are pleased to again offer a Feast location in the Great Smoky Mountains. We will be meeting at the Norma Dan Motel in Pigeon Forge.

The festival site is just outside the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the most visited national park in America. The park offers scenic beauty with opportunities for hiking and beautiful drives through the countryside. See www.gatlinburg.com/explore/national-park/.

Pigeon Forge and the nearby towns of Gatlinburg and Sevierville offer activities, shopping, and attractions for everyone to enjoy. Festival activities include a family dance/variety show and a family activity. A Fellowship Room will be available each evening. Restaurants, attractions, and shopping centers are all within walking distance.

For those interested in performingspecial music, please let us know. If you have special needs or need further information about this Feast site, please feel free to contact us.

Services: Norma Dan Conference Room. Opening night service will be at 7 PM; daily services will be at 10 AM. Evening fellowship will be available beginning at 6 PM.

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Norma Dan Motel. Standard Rooms (king or double) are $722.92 for 8 nights, including tax. Includes Continental Breakfast. Specialty rooms available; call for pricing. Make reservations by September 1 for guaranteed rates. Call (phone numbers above) and mention the CBCG to receive the group rate.

Other accommodations are available; visit www.mypigeonforge.com.

Festival hosts/elder: Tom & Rhonda Fannin—(937) 288-2266; .

Houston, Texas

Western Inn

1500 North Loop • Houston, TX 77009

We will again have a Feast site in Houston, hosted by the Houston Independent Church of God. Location: Western Inn, 1500 North Loop (Northwest at 610 North Loop and I-45 South). There are numerous motels in the area. Places to visit include a variety of museums, an aquarium, a zoo, and Moody Gardens in Galveston.
 A variety of restaurants are nearby.

For information, contact Tommy Foy at (832) 713-9446; email .

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Blanchard, Idaho

Stoneridge Resort

150 Holiday Loop • Blanchard, ID 83804

The Feast will be held this year at the Stoneridge Resort in Blanchard, which is located in the upper panhandle of Idaho—two hours south of the Canadian border and an hour north of the Spokane International Airport. We will meet in The Gathering Place, a meeting room at Stoneridge. Opening night service will be Sunday, October 9, at 7 PM.

Stoneridge Resort: (208) 437-2451 or (208) 437-2454; www.stoneridgeresort.com. Rooms: Studio; standard 1 bedroom; large 1 bedroom; and 2 bedroom. Prices range from $95 to $130 per night. All rooms include a hide­a­bed and kitchenette. Make reservations as soon as possible as these are timeshare rentals that may have a waiting list. Mention you are with the CBCG to get the group rate.

The resort is surrounded by a beautiful golf course, and the area features sparkling lakes and stunning parks. The resort has a recreation center that includes a salt water pool, mini golf, hot tub & sauna, pool tables, fitness room, tennis courts, and bicycle rentals. Features walking trails and picnic/BBQ areas. Area activities include golfing, fishing, lake cruises, bike trails, Farragut State Park on Lake Pend Oreille, and the stunning Priest Lake.

For more information please contact Patrick and Georgia Ryan at (208) 437­1585; .

Pasadena, California

Festival arrangements for Pasadena are inconclusive at this time. For those interested in attending Pasadena, contact Byron Norrod at (626) 696-5378; .

Hollister, California

Pinnacles Building

341 Tres Pinos Road • Suite 207-B • Hollister, CA 95023

This year we will again be meeting in Hollister, in Suite 207-B, in the same building where our office is located. Meetings are at 11:30 AM each day.

Rooms are available at the Ridgemark Golf & Country Club. Call (831) 637-8151 for reservations. Single King $1110; Double King $1224—for the full Feast.

At the Marriott, a Single King is $195 per day and a Double Queen is $200 per day; call (831) 634-1101. At the San Juan Inn it is $1124 for the full Feast; call (831) 623-4380.

Other options: Best Western (831) 637-9248; Wiebe Motel (831) 637-5801. There are several good B&Bs in the area, and house rental is an option. The best way to find them is to do a Google search of the Hollister/San Juan Bautista area.

This is the 16th year that we will have a Feast site in Hollister, which is located 35 miles inland from the central California coast. The site is about 55 miles from the San Jose Airport and 48 miles from Monterey and Santa Cruz. There are many attractions in the area for children as well as adults. For those who enjoy history, San Juan Bautista is just 10 miles away. It is the location of the Old Mission San Juan Bautista built in 1797. Monterey City and Monterey County feature the Monterey Bay Aquarium, nature walks, scuba diving, museums, missions, etc. Twenty miles away, Gilroy has Bonfante Gardens. Approximately 55 miles away is the Roaring Camp & Big Trees Railroad where a narrow gage railroad runs through the redwoods. Check the Internet for additional area attractions.

International Feast Sites

If you are interested in attending one of CBCG’s international Feast sites, please use the e-mail address below to obtain information.

Australia: Roy Assanti

Canada: Norbert Bohnert

Canadian office

Europe: Frans Peeters

Andrew Moses

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New Zealand: Lyall

South Africa: Wilhelm

2022 Feast of Tabernacles—Information Form

Please be sure to return this Feast Information Form as soon as possible.

Please select the site that you will attend and circle it on this information form. Please note that you must make your own reservations. I/we plan on attending the Feast of Tabernacles with the Christian Biblical Church of God at the following location:

• Burlington-Colchester, Vermont

• Daytona Beach, Florida

• Branson, Missouri

• Shipshewana, Indiana

• Tulsa, Oklahoma

• Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

• Houston, Texas

• Blanchard, Idaho

• Pasadena, California

• Hollister, California

• International _________________________

For smaller local groups of 3-10 people, you may order the Feast DVDs.

_____ Yes, send the Feast DVDs.

We are sending the Feast CDs to everyone, so you do not need to order them.

Number of adults­­­­­­­ ________ Number of Children ________ Ages ____________

Name _____________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________ Apt __________

City __________________________ State _______ Zip Code _______________

Phone Number ______________________________________________________

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Email Address ______________________________________________________

FAQs

Where is the Feast of Tabernacles 2022? ›

The Journey

Feast 2022 will begin with two exciting days in the Galilee, including glorious worship services each evening along the beautiful shores of the Sea of Galilee. Then we move up to Jerusalem for five days of Feast events, starting with the traditional Parade of Nations in the Pais Arena.

What is the meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles? ›

The Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot, is the third great annual pilgrimage festival when the Jewish people gather together in Jerusalem not only to remember God's provision in the Wilderness but also to look ahead to that promised Messianic age when all nations will flow to Jerusalem to worship the Lord.

Is the Feast of Tabernacles the same as the Feast of Booths? ›

Sukkot, also spelled Sukkoth, Succoth, Sukkos, Succot, or Succos, Hebrew Sukkot (“Huts” or “Booths”), singular Sukka, also called Feast of Tabernacles or Feast of Booths, Jewish autumn festival of double thanksgiving that begins on the 15th day of Tishri (in September or October), five days after Yom Kippur, the Day of ...

How was the Feast of Tabernacles fulfilled in the New Testament? ›

6. The Feast of Tabernacles has not been fulfilled nationally, but it has been fulfilled in the lives of individual Christians from Pentecost onwards when the Holy Spirit's ministry of permanent indwelling of all believers began (cf. Jn 7:37-39; Nadler 2010:160).

How do you celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles? ›

During Sukkot, observant families spend as much time as possible in the sukkah. Because the Torah requires Jews to treat the sukkah as they would their home, it is especially important to eat all meals inside the sukkah. "During the holiday, observant Jews can only eat or drink in a sukkah.

How many days is the Feast of Booths? ›

In addition, Booths is the longest of Israel's biblical observances. Altogether, the festival lasted eight days, and in 2017 it runs from October 4 to 11. Booths overlapped with the Feast of Ingathering (khag ha'asip, Exod.

What is the benefits of feast of Tabernacle? ›

The Feast of Tabernacles is a time of spiritual purification for a man and a woman, to reconcile with God. It's a season of overwhelming joy. The abundant crops are a reminder of God's goodness. Israel rejoices in the miraculous protection of God who accompanied them in the desert.

What is Jesus's real birthday? ›

The Virgin Mary, pregnant with the son of God, would hence have given birth to Jesus nine months later on the winter solstice. From Rome, the Christ's Nativity celebration spread to other Christian churches to the west and east, and soon most Christians were celebrating Christ's birth on December 25.

What was the purpose of the Tabernacle in the Bible? ›

Tabernacle, Hebrew Mishkan, (“dwelling”), in Jewish history, the portable sanctuary constructed by Moses as a place of worship for the Hebrew tribes during the period of wandering that preceded their arrival in the Promised Land.

What do you eat on Sukkot? ›

There are no traditional Sukkot foods, except for kreplach (stuffed dumplings). Sukkot meal inspiration can come from the harvest origin of the holiday, and meals can include fresh fruits and vegetables, or other harvest-related ingredients.

Can you work during the Feast of Tabernacles? ›

The four days in-between, known as Chol HaMoed, do not rise to the level of festivals: Servile or creative work is barred, but observant Jews may do all they need to do to keep Sukkot. In Israel, businesses often close for the full week.

What is God name in Hebrew? ›

Yahweh, name for the God of the Israelites, representing the biblical pronunciation of “YHWH,” the Hebrew name revealed to Moses in the book of Exodus. The name YHWH, consisting of the sequence of consonants Yod, Heh, Waw, and Heh, is known as the tetragrammaton.

What is the new moon celebration in the Bible? ›

The Significance of the New Moon Celebration

the beginning or head of the month. It is a time of spiritual renewal. All through the scriptural record, the New Moon was a day when the prophets heard from Yahweh, being a day designated for waiting upon Yahweh, for discerning His purposes and for prophetic revelation.

What does feast mean in the Bible? ›

Feasting is celebrating with food. It is a time when we enjoy the abundance of God's provision for us together with others. There are many examples of feasting in the Bible, from Abraham's feast to celebrate Isaac being weaned, to the wedding supper of the Lamb when Jesus returns.

What is the Feast of Tabernacles in John 7? ›

The Book of Leviticus prescribed that the Feast of Tabernacles should last for seven days, and that on the eighth day: You shall have a holy convocation, and you shall offer an offering made by fire to the Lord. It is a sacred assembly, and you shall do no customary work on it.

What can you not do on Sukkot? ›

Specifically, all activities normally forbidden on Shabbat are also forbidden on the first two days of Sukkot with the exception of cooking, baking, transferring fire, and carrying things around. During this time, people observing the holiday are encouraged to spend time praying and celebrating with their families.

What is the most important feast in the church year? ›

Resurrection (Qyamta)

According to eastern Christianity, the Feast of Resurrection is the most important and the greatest feast in a liturgical year.

How do people celebrate Sukkot without a sukkah? ›

How to Celebrate Sukkot Without a Sukkah
  1. Have a picnic—in your backyard.
  2. Go stargazing.
  3. Help feed and shelter others.
  4. Make an edible sukkah.
  5. Harvest. Cook. Eat.

Can you work during Sukkot? ›

Can you work on Sukkot? Jews can work on most days during Sukkot. However, the first day of the biblical holiday is kept as the Sabbath, so many Jews do not engage in work activities on this day. The Last Day of Sukkot, also called Hoshana Rabbah, is not a public holiday.

What do you do during Sukkot? ›

Families will decorate their huts with leaves, fruit and vegetables. They will also put up their kids' artwork. It is traditional to eat meals in the sukkah. Some people even sleep in them during the week-long celebration.

What is the last great day? ›

The Last Great Day begins at sunset on the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles. God commanded Moses, “[O]n the eighth day shall be an holy convocation unto you … it is a solemn assembly; and ye shall do no servile work therein” (Leviticus 23:36).

Where in the Bible is the Feast of Tabernacles? ›

The observance of the Feast of Tabernacles is recorded in Exodus 23:16, 34:22; Leviticus 23:34-43; Numbers 29:12-40; Deuteronomy 16:13-15; Ezra 3:4; and Nehemiah 8:13-18. The Bible reveals dual significance in the Feast of Tabernacles.

What day is the Feast of Trumpets in 2022? ›

September 25-27, 2022.

What is the Feast of Tabernacles in John 7? ›

The Book of Leviticus prescribed that the Feast of Tabernacles should last for seven days, and that on the eighth day: You shall have a holy convocation, and you shall offer an offering made by fire to the Lord. It is a sacred assembly, and you shall do no customary work on it.

How do you celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles 2021? ›

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