Feast of Harvest: 9/24 – 10/2

by | Sep 2, 2022 | Events

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You are warmly invited to join us at Fairwood in celebrating The Feast of Harvest!

September 24—October 2, 2022

Understanding God’s Heart Through Isaiah

The Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering signifies the harvest of souls to be consummated at the return of Christ as King over the earth.

If you cannot attend, please remember us in prayer and we will gladly pray for you as well. Special prayer requests are always welcomed. Most meetings are available through Zoom with the meeting ID the same as the Fairwood phone number:

603-563-8492.

Full Schedule: Thursday through Sunday evening

Other days follow the Bible School Schedule with classes on Harmony of the Four Gospels and General Epistles

Other activities include: workshops on topics, small group prayer, meditation with music in sanctuary Saturday morning followed by songs of worship, Youth Meeting Saturday evening, Presentation on the “Year of Shallom”, Communion Sunday Morning

Download schedule here

Accommodations: Please contact Sue Adams at 603-498-5572 or email mysusiegirl@juno.com for reservations to stay overnight or attend meals. Every attempt will be made to make your stay pleasant and comfortable. If possible, please bring your own queen size sheets and towels.

Children and teenagers will be accountable to their parents or another designated adult for their sleeping arrangements.

Nursery and Child Care: A self-serve Nursery will be open during the weekend.

The invitation stems from His direction given to His people to assemble together at specified times for celebration of three important Feasts, namely the Feast of Passover, the Feast of Pentecost, and the Feast of Harvest. (Other names are used on occasion to designate these Feasts.) In our day, God has called us to a renewed observance of these festivals. God’s desire in calling for these feasts was that they would be kept in every generation. We keep these feasts under the Gospel in faith for the special fulfillments connected with each one.

The Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering signifies the harvest of souls to be consummated at the return of Christ as King over the earth.

The Feast of Passover is kept in faith that the mighty work done on Calvary by the Passover Lamb shall result in the full and final liberation of God’s chosen ones (all who will believe) from the bondage of sin and Satan.

Pentecost commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the 120 persons gathered in the Upper Room in Jerusalem. Our observance is also geared to reaching out in faith for the outpouring of the Spirit upon all flesh in these last days as foretold in God’s Word.

We trust God will give you a sensing of the reality of these things and make it so that your attendance has meaning and purpose. Our desire and prayer is that everyone will be refreshed by coming to God’s house, find personal needs met and receive encouragement from fellowship with others who love Jesus.

And the Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering signifies the harvest of souls to be consummated at the return of Christ as King over the earth.

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