Feast of Tabernacles
We’re having our second celebration of the Biblical Feast of Tabernacles on Sunday 16th October at 6.30pm, and everyone is welcome!
Join with us in celebration as we reflect on how the Lord Jesus has already fulfilled this feast partly in His first coming, and how He will completely fulfill this feast at His second coming.
There will be praise and worship with our guest worship team of Ivan, Kristie & Emma and teaching from Andy King. There will of course be Hebraic dancing open for all to participate in, and plenty of nibbles, cakes and refreshments afterwards.
You can learn more about the Christian significance of the Feast of Tabernacles here, and about all three of the Biblical autumnal feasts (Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Tabernacles) here.
God bless you.
God clearly describes the feasts, set in the yearly calendar of Israel in Leviticus 23, as His feasts, His celebrations. They are special events full of significance. They are called holy convocations, in Hebrew “miqra”, which also means rehearsals. By instituting the feasts, God was painting a picture of the various prophetic milestones of His entire plan of salvation! And by rehearsing them every year throughout the yearly calendar, His people would be able to recognise the fulfilments when they occurred as being the work of God. Jesus said all things from the Law and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled concerning Him, Luke 24:44.