Join us in celebrating the festivals of the Lord! Sukkot, the feast of booths, commemorates the wandering of the children of Israel in the desert when God commanded them to live in booths and it celebrates His presence that dwelt among them in the tabernacle during those forty years. Fast forward to Jesus's birth as the inaugural fulfillment of this feast! Jesus (Immanuel) took on human flesh in order to“dwell” with us (John 1:14). This is the very essence of Sukkot; God becoming a man (Jesus) and dwelling among us. During this feast we celebrate the incarnation of God in the birth of Jesus as the initial fulfillment of the meaning and promise of Sukkot! "You shall celebrate it as a feast to the Lord for seven days in the year. It is a statute FOREVER throughout your generations; you shall celebrate it in the seventh month" (Lev 23:41). Below you can find services for Sukkot as well as a Sukkot social media challenge!
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Sukkot Day 1 Service
Join us Monday, October 14th for our Sukkot Day 1 Celebration and Potluck from 12:00 to 2:30pm! There will be food, dancing, a short teaching, and a children's activity. Please bring a biblically appropriate main dish to share. The Harvest will provide the desserts. Click here for a list of biblically appropriate foods.
Eighth Day Service
Join us Monday, October 21st for our Eighth Day (Shemini Azteret) Celebration and Potluck from 12:00 to 2:30pm! There will be food, dancing, a short teaching, and a handwashing ceremony. Please bring a biblically appropriate main dish to share. The Harvest will provide the desserts. Click here for a list of biblically appropriate foods.
Sukkot Social Media Challenge
Check back soon for the rules and how to participate. Check out 2017’s Sukkot Social Media Challenge compilation video!
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