[ Feast of Tabernacles 2007 ]
 

YPTC held the ministry’s 5th Feast of Tabernacles at the Cherokee, North Carolina. Nestled in the heart the Smokey Mountains, the Cherokee KOA campground is bordered on one side by the Raven Fork River and on the other by a few ponds that are stocked frequently with fish. To the brethren who leave their homes and jobs behind for the Feast, this campground has become a place of serenity and escape from the commotion of everyday life.

The theme of the feast was “Equipping the Saints for the Building up of the Body of the Messiah.” There was a strong sense of love and unity among the brethren during the feast as they learned the importance of every brother and sister in the faith working together to build up the congregational body as a whole.

Families were seen doing activities together. Friends enjoyed each other’s company. Brethren were worshipping Yahweh together in joy. The pictures presented here speak for themselves, but you can click on a picture to enlarge it and read a caption.

May Yahweh bless this congregation as we strive to further his word and build up the body of the Messiah.

Around the Campground

Reading and Preaching the Word

Worshipping Yahweh

Studying the Word of Yahweh

Enjoying Fellowship with Friends and Family

Taking it Easy and Having Fun