Servants' News

July 1998

1998 Feast of Tabernacles Sites Update

No matter where you are going for the Feast, those providing your site can plan better if they know you are coming. We recommend that you write or call them and let them know your name, address, telephone number, how many adults, teens, and children are coming with you, and the areas in which you would like to serve (choir, special music, youth classes, etc.).

 

Gatlinburg Feast Information

Parking permits for the city lot (Reagan Lot) are available for a flat $15 fee. Since parking costs $3 each time that you park at the convention center, this will save you money if you come every day. If you come for evening activities, it could easily save you $30 during the Feast. The permits may be obtained by sending a request for an October parking permit, a self addressed stamped envelope, and a check for $15.00 to:

Atten: Cathy, The City of Gatlinburg, P.O. Box 5, Gatlinburg, TN 37738.

 

Limited Room in Rapid City

There is still room for a few people at the non-aligned Feast in Rapid City, South Dakota. A variety of sermons and open forum studies will be held at the Travelodge, 800-456-0061 or 605-343-5434. For more information, ask for Bill Buckman at 605-342-2048.

 

San Antonio Combined Feast

The Association for Christian Development (ACD) and the Christian Church of God of Amarillo welcome everyone to attend the Feast. Speakers include Whaid Rose and Bob Wertz, Church of God (7th Day); Dr. Philip Arnold, NT Scholar and national authority on cults; Les Stocker, minister and president of Braille Institute; Brian Knowles, former editor of WCG’s Good News magazine; Ken Westby, Founder of ACD. Musical and family events are planned. Contact Jeff Booth, Christian Church of God, PO Box 51248; Amarillo, TX 79159-1248; tel: 806-53-4400; e-mail: lonestar@arn.net.

— Jeff Booth

 

Sacred Names Feast Sites:

All are welcome to the following sites where the Sacred names (“Yahweh” and “Yashua” and some similar forms) will be used in messages and conversation. Please contact the persons listed below for more information:

Assembly of Yahweh, P. O. Box 102, Holt, Michigan 48842-0102, or 1017 N. Gunnell Rd., Eaton Rapids, Michigan 48827. Contact person: Pastor Sam Graham, phone 517-663-3724. Dates: Oct. 7-14.

Assembly of Yahweh (independent) Taneyville (Near Branson) MO Contact person: Bob Saforek, 148 Arrowhead Lane, Rockaway Beach, Missouri 65740-9563. Phone 417-561-5242. Dates: Oct. 6-13.

Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day, P. O. Box 509, Cisco, Texas 76437. Contact person: Elder Voy Wilks, phone 254-442-3962. Dates Oct. 6-13.

— Frank Brown

 

UCG-UK Feast in North Wales

Everyone is welcome to attend the United Church of God Feast site this year in Conwy, North Wales. For more information, contact: Gerry Russell at 888-274-9639 or fax 904-737-4116.

 

Feast 98 in Filey, UK

All brethren area welcome to the Feast in Filey on the coast of Yorkshire. A full programme of services, seminars, studies and other activities is planned for the Festival—you are welcome to as much or as little as you like. Our smaller numbers make for an intimate festival site, with lots of opportunity for new friendships!

Filey is a small town on the north-east coast of England, with a mile of sand and described as “unspoilt and elegant featuring one of the east coast’s finest bays”. You may obtain an accommodation brochure from the Tourist Information Office (Valley Bridge Parade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1UZ, United Kingdom; Tel: 01723-373333). Make reservations soon. We will be pleased to arrange accomodation for overseas visitors—let us know your requirements.

A registration brochure will be mailed to those who request a copy. Contact us at Churches of God UK, P.O. Box 2525, LINCOLN, LN5 7PF, England; or phone 01526-860508 (dial international access code followed by 44-1526-860508 if calling from outside the UK), e-mail: coguk@aol.com

— James McBride

 

Torah-Based Feast in Colorado

Speakers include Sam Bacchiocchi, John Garr, and Avi Ben Mordechai. For more information: Jere’ Cannon, PO Box 385, Lakewood, CO 80214; 303-238-0102; e-mail: Dalbs@aol.com.

 

Sun Valley, Idaho Site Canceled

The Millers have announced that there was not sufficient interest in the Sun Valley, Idaho site to continue it this year. They wished to thank those who did cooperate and express interest. For more information, call 760-941-6120.

 

Picayune Site Not Christian

Servants’ News has learned that the sponsor of the Picayune, Mississippi Feast site listed in our last issue does not believe in Jesus as Savior. Although some of his teachings are similar to that of Darrell Conder (Commonwealth Books), he is not associated with that group.


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