Sukkot / The Feast of Tabernacles - Shabbat Congregation Meal
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About the Event
The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot in Hebrew) is a week-long celebration, giving thanks to God for His provision as the autumn harvest is gathered in. It is a happy feast when we rejoice in God's faithfulness, protection, and provision.
- Sukkot is a prophetic pointer to the time when God will ultimately dwell (tabernacle) with His people once again.
- In Israel, many build temporary shelters to remember how the Hebrew people lived for forty years in the wilderness.
- A 'lulav', made of willow, palm, and myrtle branches, is waved to the four points of the compass to symbolise God's presence everywhere.
Join us for a Shabbat meal to celebrate the richness of God's blessings to us and look forward to the fulfillment of prophecy!
Places for the meal are limited, so book early! Please note we will be taking a voluntary offering during the evening meal, to cover catering costs.