The Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, is a feast of great celebration. The Feast commemorates the wanderings of the children of Israel in the desert and were provided for by Yahweh.
It also reminds us that we are on a journey to the Promised Land and that our stay here on earth is a wandering. It also looks forward to the coming of Messiah and Him “tabernacling” with us.The Feast lasts seven days.
We usually go away for this feast and live in temporary shelters (campsite cabins) for the whole seven days including the Eighth Day (see below). The church building in Pittsburgh is usually empty during the whole time and no one will be available if you show up then.
If you’re a believer in Yahshua, we would love for you to join us and celebrate with us when we go out. This is oftentimes a time of great spiritual revival. Signing up and payment usually begins in April.
In 2018, the Feast of Tabernacles will be observed from September 26th – October 2nd.
Feast of Tabernacles 2017
The Congregation of Yahshua kept The Feast of Tabernacles of year 2017 at Camp Zeke in the Poconos area in Eastern Pennsylvania. Temple Bethel of New York, and saints from other churches, also gathered with us. It was a wonderful time of fellowship and worship in a beautiful area. Find out more information at Feast of Tabernacles 2017.