Petit Jean Mountain, Arkansas
Spring Feast week 2017
Spring Feast Week 2017
April 10-17, 2017
Celebrate the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread with us the week of April 10-17. We will be hosting at the Lutheran Camp on Petit Jean Mountain again this year.
There are several housing options on site at the Lutheran camp. There is one Family Cabin ($50/night) with bathroom and kitchenette which sleeps 5. Bunkhouse Cabins are $15/person per night (per bed used). These are camp style bunk bed cabins. There are roomy bathrooms and showers but no kitchen. You may bring microwaves and other electric kitchen things. The cabins have floor fans and floor heaters for the air conditioning and heat. They are nice but primitive. For both types of cabins you will need to bring your own bedding and towels. If we have at least 10 people staying in the cabins, the camp will waive the dining hall fee for our group.
For those who would like to camp, we have RV sites, tent camping sites, both primitive and with water and electricity, that are available only to us that week. RV campsites and tent sites with water and electric are $15/night, and primitive sites are $2.50//person/night. There is a nice clean bathhouse that is available to all campers.For more information and/or to reserve your housing at the Lutheran Camp, call or email Jeana Anderson. (Do not call the camp)
- Phone: (501) 690-3306
- Email: email@example.com
Off site housing options within a few miles of the Lutheran Camp include:
- Petit Jean State Park
- Winthrop Rockefeller Institute
- Rental Houses - These are all very nice houses, but the Down Home at the Farm is a friend’s house and we know it is great with loads of room.
All booking will need to be done soon, and preferrably by February, to assure you will have what you need or want. The mountain is popular in the spring, but it will not be crowded. We cannot block off rooms, cabins, or RV spots because it is a state park. All booking is on a first-come-first-serve basis. PLEASE read the cancellation policy when you book. If you are thinking of coming, you may want to go ahead and book your room, cabin or camp site. That way you will be guaranteed a room and can always cancel if your plans change.
This is an interactive, open group, and we would like input. We will need speakers, Bible study moderators, music leaders (that can combine hymns with some contemporary music), and helpers in the kitchen (I will have most prep done before and simple warming and cooking will be all we do).
Registration and Contact Information
Please let us know if you are coming. This is extremely important for planning schedules, meals, activities, etc. Additionally, if your plans change and you can no longer come, please let us know. Thank you.Brian and Jeana Anderson
Passover service: Monday, April 10 in the evening with memorial supper, prayer, Bible reading, taking of symbols, and foot washing.
First and Last Days of Unleavened Bread: Tuesday, April 11 and Monday April 17 and Sabbath April 15 we will have breakfast/brunch from 9-10am with traditional type services after breakfast. A light lunch or snacks will be served at 1pm with possible interactive seminar(s) after lunch. supper at 6pm, a song service, inspirational video, or guest speaker will round out the evening.
The basic schedule for the week will be:
- 9-10am - breakfast/brunch
- 10am - interactive group Bible study
- Mid-day snacks/finger foods
- Various afternoon activities: trips to other nearby peaks (easy, close drives), Petit Jean mountain hikes (easy and challenging), auto museum, etc.
- 6pm - evening supper
- Evening Bible study and or/group song service after supper
Healthy food and snacks all week. Baptisms by request
This Feast site sponsored by: Brian and Jeana Anderson