More 1999 Feast Sites
These sites are in addition to the many in our last issue. Please let Feast sponsors know now where you are planning to attend! It is very difficult to plan a Feast when the number of people attending is unknown. Time and money are wasted if estimates are too high. Facilities are too crowded if estimates are too low. Not sure yet? It is still better to let them know now and change your mind later if necessary.
• Unless otherwise noted, dates of the Feast are the evening of September 24 through October 2, 1999.
• Please send info on other sites to Servants’ News (see contact information on page 2 or back cover).
Big Sandy, Texas; Destin, Florida
The United Church of God, Big Sandy (an independent congregation) is sponsoring two sites this year: Big Sandy, Texas, where some of the speakers will be Dave Havir, Wayne Cole, John Kilough, Ed Mitchell, and Terry Post; and Destin, Florida where some of the speakers will be Dave Havir, Dennis Benson, Wayne Cole, Mark Gully, Anthony Kimmons and Garry Pifer.
For more information, call 800-946-5545 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
New England Feast
We are pleased to host a traditional Feast of Tabernacles site in beautiful Mystic, Connecticut. Mystic is a majestically restored seaport and village, in the southeast corner of Connecticut. It is right on I-95, about one hour from Providence airport, and also the Hartford-Springfield airport, Bradley International. AMTRAK has a station in Mystic, and with the many operating shuttles, those without automobiles can enjoy the area.
The Residence Inn by Marriott will be our primary host (860-536-5150). They have many facilities, and are offering attractive rates on their suites, which are really complete apartments. The Comfort Inn next door offers regular rooms with breakfast (860-572-8531). Ask for the "Northeast Church of God rates" when you make reservations.
We will have a full schedule of services, with live speakers, and familiar music, with some sampling from the new Mark Graham hymnal. As this site will be relatively small, those with talents are encouraged to participate. The Residence Inn includes several meals in the room rate, so we will have ample opportunity to spend time together as the Body of Christ should.
For more info: Rodger Sandsmark; Northeast Church of God; PO Box 14; Weatogue, CT 06089; tel: 860-651-7690; e-mail: email@example.com.
1999 FoT Celebration & Hebraic Roots of Christianity Conference
Plan now to attend at Ocean Shores, Washington. Experience the joy of celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles while hearing some of the best teachers of the Hebraic Roots of Christianity. Speakers include: Dr Brad Young, Gospel Research Foundation; Randy Fenton, Potter's Clay Ministries; Dr John D. Garr, Restoration Foundation; Ken & Lenore Mullican, HaKesher Ministries; Doug & George Dolly, Messianic Congregation Leaders; Dean Wheelock, Hebrew Roots Ministries; Eddie Chumney, Hebraic Heritage Ministries Int'l; Robert Somerville, Awareness Ministries; Steven Berkowitz, Hineni Ministries Int'l; Dr. Danny Ben-Gigi, Hebrew Language Instructor.
Our target for 1999 is 500 attendees. This Feast is a non-denominational, non-sectarian event sponsored by Christian Renewal Ministries International (CRMI). Attendance is open to all. There is no conference registration fee and no fee to attend workshops and seminars during the festival celebration. It is paid for entirely by tax -deductible donations to CRMI. (All our staff is completely volunteer.)
More information about the 1999 Feast of Tabernacles at Ocean Shores, Washington is available at:
CRMI; PO Box 111; Auburn, WA 97071
Multi-Group in Rye, England
This Festival site is affiliated with the Intercontinental Church of God (Garner Ted Armstrong). However, it is supported by people who receive taped sermons from many others: Ron Dart, Don Deakins, Fred Coulter, etc. As in previous years Mr. Frank Scherich and his wife Pat (of the Intercontinental Church of God) from Texas will be joining us as the Festival elders.
Services will be held at the Rye Treasury (of musical Instruments); 20 Cinqport Street; Rye, Sussex; England TN31 7AD. This is a museum, the meeting will be held in a room above the museum. Rye has several first class hotels housed in ancient buildings. There are also many excellent Bed & Breakfast establishments and self-catering properties. We would like people to book their own accommodation. An official Guide for Rye can be requested from Rye Tourist Information Centre; The Heritage Centre; Strand Quay; Rye, Sussex; England TN31 7AY. Tel 1797-226-696.
—Anthony & Margaretha Miles; Linderudveien 57; 1353 Baerums Verk; Norway. Telephone: 47-6756-2275.
[Servants’ News has previously carried articles explaining why we believe that Garner Ted Armstrong does not meet the qualifications in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1, but since international sites are few, this site may still be the best choice for some brethren to keep the Feast and fellowship with other believers.] &
Remember Servants’ News Site, Butler State Park, Kentucky
Butler State Park is located a few miles off of I-71, between Cincinnati, Ohio and Louisville, Ken tucky. A variety of accommodations are available, both at the State Park and in motels 1 to 3 miles away. Prices include tax:
The State Park offers lodge rooms at $58.54 (double), and cottages with kitchens starting at $80 per night. Camping, including RV hookups, is $12 per night. Mention that you are with the "Feast of Tabernacles" when calling 800-325-0078.
Five motels are less than three miles away. Cost per night:
Port William Motel single: $24.02
502-732-5985 double: $29.48
Days’ Inn, 502-732-9301 $53.50
Super 8 Motel, 502-732-0252 $53.50
Holiday Inn, 502-732-6661 $57.87
Hampton Inn, 502-732-0700 $60.00
See page 1 of Sept/Oct 1998 Servants’ News for the goals for this Feast. If interested, contact us at 517-543-5544, firstname.lastname@example.org.