Most of us would agree that we need more face to face time instead of Facebook time.
God long ago instituted three times in the year for His people to get together with Him and each other so that we would grow closer to Him and the larger family of God.
These times are called the Feasts and they were mandated for all Hebrew men and open to the entire family.
Are they still celebrated anywhere besides Israel and by anybody but the religious Jews?
You are invited to join with other like-minded believers in Jesus to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles under the Gospel.
The event will be held on a beautiful and commodious campus setting in New England this Sept 28-Oct 1 and is sponsored by The Kingdom Christian Ministries, a non-denominational group dedicated to seeing Jesus’ Kingdom fill the whole earth.
It is open to all regardless of church affiliation.
There is considerable cost to operate and maintain the Fairwood campus and facilities and feed and house Feast attendees. The Bible instructs Feastgoers not to appear before Him at the Feast “empty.” Each man was enjoined to give a Feast offering “as he is able” according to how God has blessed him. Because this matter is between the individual and God, we will not take up a formal collection, but there will be an offering box in the vestibule of the main sanctuary for financial offerings. These will be presented to the Lord near the end of the Feast. (Deu. 16:13-17).
On campus accommodations: Motel style rooms, Hostel style rooms, RV sites, and tent camping. Because rooms are limited, please register as soon as possible.
Feast attendees can expect to enjoy:
- Fellowship and sharing
- Intercessory prayer
- Celebration of the Harvest (evangelism) that is going on around the world
- Biblical preaching and teaching
- Healing Ministry for the sick or broken-hearted
- Time to rest and commune with God
- Youth activities
- Plenty of good food
“Seven days shalt thou keep a feast unto Jehovah thy God in the place which Jehovah shall choose; because Jehovah thy God will bless thee in all thine increase, and in all the work of thy hands, and thou shalt be altogether joyful.” Deuteronomy 15:16
Some of the pre-registration information below is necessary for legal reasons and to provide basic guidelines to help make the time together as safe and peaceful as possible. While the registration information may come across as sterile, please don’t be put off by the process. Anyone who really wants to meet with other seekers of the living God and find love and acceptance is warmly invited.
For all first time attendees, The Pre-Registration Info needs to be read before submitting a registration.
A separate registration form must be filled out for each first time adult attending. Legal guardians with attending minors under 18 can fill one for themselves and all the minors that they are responsible for.
By sending in your registration form to KCM you are acknowledging receipt of and willingness to comply with the guidelines for conduct outlined by KCM for this event.
This applies to you and any minors who accompany you on the premises of Fairwood Bible Institute. Failure to abide by these guidelines may be grounds for a KCM representative to ask you to leave the premises.
All first time registrants must have been notified of the acceptance of their registration prior to arrival at Fairwood.
We reserve the right to deny attendance to any individual for any reason and to ask any individual to leave the premises at any time for any reason. We will exercise diligence to deny access to the premises by dangerous individuals, and you attend at your own risk.
Guidelines for interaction while on the premises of Fairwood Bible Institute:
The foundational guideline is to abide by the principals and commands of the Bible.
With this understanding, we ask the following:
1. Please refrain from bringing alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs on the property.
(If you feel that you must smoke please do so in location off of Fairwood property.)
2. Please refrain from loud or disruptive music.
3. Please observe the rule of quiet after 10:30 p.m.
4. Please love your neighbor by not wearing immodest or provocative clothing. Many women attending prefer skirts and dresses but there is no requirement to do so.
5. If you are the guardian of any children under 18, you must be completely responsible for them and be aware of where they are at all times. (There will also be a few optional organized activities where children will be supervised by screened KCM staff.)
6. Please respectfully comply with any staff directives.
Dogs may be brought to Fairwood subject to the dog policy.
2017 Feast of Tabernacles Schedule and Content
Main Feast Theme: Rejoicing in God’s Heart
Thursday Sept 28
Theme: God Restores
9:00 – 10:30 Introduction to the Feast of Tabernacles
11:00 – 12:00 “The Healing Work of Jesus”
1:30 – 3:00 Prayer for Healing
3:00 – 5:00 Free Time
7:00 Panel Discussion—Working with God to bring healing to broken people.
8:30 Pick-up Sports (youth and adult)
Friday Sept 29
Theme: God Reaps
9:00 – 10:30 “Working with God to impact others with the Gospel”
11:00 – 12:00 “Recent advances on the Mission Field”
1:30 – 3:00 Prayer for the World
3:00 – 5:00 Free Time
6:30 Sabbath Meeting
Saturday Sept 30
Theme: God Rests
9:30 – 11:00 “Sabbath keeping in a busy world”
12:00 – 4:30 Sabbath Free Time: Fellowship and optional musical opportunities.
6:00 – 7:30 Reports from local missionaries. (Teachers and volunteers working in school systems in New England.)
8:00 Youth Meeting and Youth Sports
Sunday Oct 1
Theme: God Rules
9:00- 10:00 “God’s Kingship in history”
10:30 – 11:45 Public Worship Service
12:00 Fellowship meal with testimonies
2:00 – 3:30 Children’s Activities and Youth Sports
(Separate men’s and women’s meetings will be taking place at the same time.)
3:30 – 5:00 Free Time
7:00 Final Testimonies and Dismissal