Information on the Feast 2010

With the Feast of Trumpets having just passed and the Feast of Atonement fast approaching (from 6:00 PM Thursday to 6:00 PM Friday, September 16-17), we would like to remind you once again that it is a good time to start preparing physically, mentally, and spiritually for the Feast of Tabernacles and the coming of the Lord to earth. This can be done by such things as focusing more on spiritual practices, reading and contemplating the Scriptures, eating more Satvic food, etc.

More information has been added to the Feast 2010 schedule. For example, the names of the lectures have been finalized, and a time has been set aside for community service on Day 6. Please review the schedule to see what is new.

Several parts of the schedule are still not finalized, and are listed with yellow highlighting (___) or as "TBA" (To Be Announced). We will likely not have all of these ready until just before the Feast. When everything is prepared, we will send out another email to our mailing list explaining these final parts. Also, in the Welcome to the Feast on Day 1 (broadcast on PalTalk), we will review the schedule, explain it in detail, and answer any questions about it. Therefore, please be sure to attend the Welcome if you are planning to follow the schedule in your own area.

We are still looking for volunteers for the morning and evening readings (every day of the Feast except the Welcome, Sabbath, and Holy Convocation). If you would like to volunteer, please send us an email at telling us what day or days you would like to read.

We are also looking for a volunteer to give the Welcome to the Feast (as a reference, see the 2009 Welcome). Finally, we are looking for someone to moderate the Talent Night on Day 7 (listen to a recording of the 2009 Talent Night). Please email us for more information on these opportunities.

As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, please send us an email.

All thanks to God.

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