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Yearly Feast


We have grown to love these! This is typically harvest time so it is a celebratory gathering with a meal to rejoice over God's blessings.


See photos from one of our feasts here.


The Yearly Feast is patterned after the Feast of the Tabernacles or Feast of Booths described in Leviticus 23 and Deuteronomy 16.


  • It was held around September-October.
  • It lasted for seven days.
  • It was held after harvesting food and wine.
  • it was held in the place the Lord chose.
  • It was for God's people, their children, servants, Levites, strangers, fatherless and widows.
  • The first day  was a holy assembly, no work, Sabbath rest.
  • They decorated with beautiful trees, palm branches, willows and other branches.
  • They worshiped and rejoiced before the Lord for seven days.
  • It was a time to rejoice and remember the blessing of the Lord on crops and work.
  • They were to offer sacrifices by fire to the Lord.
  • They lived in booths for seven days to remember when God brought them out of Egypt.
  • They gave offerings to the Lord.
  • The eighth day was a holy assembly, with offerings, no work and rest. It was called the "last, great day of the feast."




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