Celebrate the Feast with Us


Site Summary

 
This is the Season of Our JOY. You are invited to rejoice with with us and our Heavenly Father September 21-28, 2021. Talented worship musicians, Hebraic dancing, and great Torah studies will be enjoyed by all. So many Blessings have been showered on us at Sukkot, everyone especially values the close friendships that they have developed over the years. We have had so much fun gathering together at Tabernacles in the past. The great turnout of adults, teens, and children  is very encouraging, even last year when Michigan was under the COVID restrictions we had our largest attendance ever. We offer children programs and crafts. This is a  NO-COST Feast Camp, no one is to be left out for any reason. (gift offerings are accepted). We have been hosting Sukkot for many years and love meeting new and old friends. This is a friendly laid-back group of 75 or more happy faces.(up to 100 people on Sabbaths we are expecting many more this year).

Times are  growing more perilous and we are instructed to Not forsake fellowship with one another. Hebrews 10:25 "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.

We will be studying Torah - Reading the book of Deuteronomy each day. Guest  speakers are scheduled each day. There will be a children's program and crafts planned each day for teens and all ages. Our group is expected to be 80-100 people. We are a very friendly and loving group. We welcome you and believe that a stranger is just a friend you haven't met yet.

Set Up Camp- September 20 (The schedule begins on the 21st).

Departure -Sept 29. (The last day of scheduled meetings is Sept 28)

  

Location of Services

 
We will be nestled in our private woods on our 35 acres. The Tabernacle services will be held in a large enclosed fellowship building on our property 12 miles North of Gladwin Michigan. This fellowship building is equipped with electric outlets and water. The bathroom accommodations are rustic. We are a relaxed group and have daily meetings scheduled with quest speakers for each day. We welcome Truth Seekers and if you have a presentation or musical talent please contact us.

Suggested Dress Code: Dress comfortable and warm. Casual dress even for Sabbath as we are camping.

 

Accommodations

 
Camping:

  • Free Rustic camping is offered in the wooded acreage on our property surrounding the fellowship building. There is access to electric and water at the fellowship building. Bathroom accommodations are rustic.
  • Sugar Springs Campground, Gladwin, MI-Reservations - call 989/426- 4232 (6 miles from our Tabernacles site)
  • Gladwin City Park Campground: Address: 240 City Park St, Gladwin, MI 48624 Phone: (989) 426-8126 (12 miles from our Tabernacles site)


VRBO:


Resort:

  •  Prudenville Michigan, Ohana Resort, Address: 104 W Houghton Lake Dr, Prudenville, MI 48651 Phone: (989) 366-5122 (This is about 20 miles from our site)


Cabins:

  • Houghton Lake Michigan has a lot of cabin rentals- (this is about 22 miles from our Tabernacle site) This is just one of the cabin rentals available: American Oak Resort -Address: 112 Jefferson Ave, Houghton Lake, MI 48629 Phone: (989) 366-6464


Motels:

  • Northwoods Motel, Gladwin MI (7 miles from us) Phone 989/426-4021
  • Quality Inn (22 miles from our Tabernacles site) West Branch MI  Phone 989/345-3503
  • Korbinski's Lakeview Motel - Address: 364 W Houghton Lake Dr, Prudenville, MI 48651 Phone: (989) 366-5306 (about 19 miles from our Tabernacles site)


 

Service Opportunities and Meals

 
Themed meals will be provided in the early afternoon 1:00-2:00.

A light supper with popcorn, fruit, or leftovers will be served in the evenings. 

If you want to contribute by bringing food for the meal planning, just contact Barb.
You are on your own for breakfast.

(If you want to contribute an offering for expenses that is OK but it is not required. We don't want anyone to be left out because of cost).

We have guest presenters scheduled.
Meetings are held 11:00 am and 4 pm.
Children's program 11:00
Crafts in afternoon
Campfire/fellowship each night
Musicians please bring your instruments and music.

 

Registration and Contact Information

 
To Register/RSVP - Contact Barbee Barnes
                   barbbee_50@yahoo.com

(email me for my phone number)

Schedule

9:00 am - Breakfast – at your own campsite
10:00 Reading the book of Deuteronomy- an interactive study of Torah
11:00 am – 12:30 Presentation (Guest Speaker to be announced)
11:00 am - 12:00 Children’s Program
1:00 Dinner – Themed group meal
Craft time (to be announced)
4:30-6:00 Presentation- (Guest Speaker to be announced)
6:00-7:00 pm group meal - lite supper
8:00 Campfire – Worship Music and Midrash

SPEAKERS:
Good news we have awesome guest speakers:
 Amy Simsack (herbalist will be here for most of  the Feast).
Terri Fivash  (Hebrew historian).
Keith Stokes-Sanctuary series.















 

This Feast site sponsored by:  The Sabbath Day Group