Gladwin, Michigan - October 9-17 2022

Site Summary

This is the Season of Our JOY. You are invited to rejoice with us October 9-17.

We are excited to announce our special guests this year are AviGayle and James O’Hare from Boston Massachusetts. This enthusiastic and talented couple are Hebraic teachers and Musicians. Their teachings include: Torah, Israel, and Life. You can find their frequent broadcasts on

We are also very Blessed this year to have a variety of Guest Speakers, Talented Musicians, Hebraic Dancing, Hebrew Class, and great Torah Studies.  Children and Teens are the Joy of our camp. We offer Crafts, Activities, and Bible Programs for them to enjoy.

So many Blessings have been showered on us as we Tabernacle together. Everyone especially values the close friendships that they have developed over the years. We have been hosting Sukkot for many years and love meeting new and old friends. This is a friendly laid-back group of 80 or more happy faces (up to 100 people on Sabbaths and we are expecting many more this year). The great turnout of adults, teens, and children is very awesome. We welcome you and believe that a stranger is just a friend you haven't met yet.

October 9 Set Up Camp. At 6:00 pm we will have our Meet & Greet,  Decorate the Sukkah, and a lite Supper.
October 10-17 – See the Daily Schedule.
October 18 is Departure


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.



  • On Our Property at Tabernacles - Free Rustic camping is offered.
    We have 5 120-volt outlets for campers (RSVP to save your site).
    Water is available to fill your tank. We also have a wooded area and a hayfield for rustic camping and the use of generators.
  • Campground -  Sugar Springs Gladwin, MI. Phone  989/426- 4232
    (6 miles from our Tabernacles site)

  • Gladwin, West Branch, Houghton Lake  (12-20 miles from Tabernacles)
  • Northwoods Motel, Gladwin MI (7 miles from us) Phone 989/426-4021

  • Prudenville/Houghton Lake area (20 miles from Tabernacles)



Service Opportunities

Volunteers are needed:
  • Children programs and crafts
  • Teen programs
  • Meal set up OR clean up.
  • Coffee - A volunteer to make coffee-8 am each morning would be appreciated.

Volunteers, please contact Barbara:

Do you like to lead out in any Child or Teen groups? Please let us know.
We need volunteers to help out with the children's and crafts and programs.

If you have a kindergarten age or younger child, it would be appreciated if you can accompany them to crafts and programs (or an older sibling to help out).
There are a few Off-site activities for the children and teens that may require a small fee (we also have sponsors to help with cost if needed,  no-one is to be left out)

Themed meals will be provided in the early afternoon 1:00.
Included are Vegetarian choices and fresh salad.
A lite supper with leftovers, salad, fruit, or popcorn will be served in the evenings.

Meal Contributions:
If you want to contribute by bringing food for the meal planning, just contact Barbara.  It is greatly appreciated when Moms with families contribute a crock pot OR some items to go along with the meal theme (i.e., themes - Italian, Mexican, Chili, Baked Potato bar)
If you want to contribute with an offering for expenses that is OK, but it is not required. We don't want anyone to be left out because of cost.

Good news we have awesome guest speakers Scheduled:
AviGayle and James O'Hare (Topics - Torah, Israel, and Life)
Enoch Stokes and Keith Stokes
Terri Fivash (Hebrew historian).
Speakers are scheduled at 11:00 am, 2:30 and 7 pm.

Children's program 11:00
Crafts and Activities in the afternoon for Children and Young people
Campfire/fellowship each night
Musicians, please bring your instruments and music.

Registration and Contact Information

To Register/RSVP - Contact Barbee Barnes
(email me for my phone number) 

Feast Schedule

The schedule for the Feast is now available. Click here to view it.