Feast of Tabernacles 2015
September 29 - October 6, 2015
The Embassy of God has hosted the Feast of Tabernacles for the past 17 years – five years in New Braunfels, Texas, 10 years in Satler, Texas, near Canyon Lake, and for the past two years in a suburb of San Antonio. Ours is a small and intimate site featuring traditional services with congregational singing and Biblically sound messages. We are not affiliated with any organized parent group. Our motto is “Truth Before Doctrine.”
If you live in San Antonio or nearby, and if family obligations, finances or other considerations make it hard to travel, remember -- San Antonio is the Number One tourist destination for travelers to Texas. During the Feast, we focus on free and low-cost activities. Keeping the Feast “at home” gives us a chance to be tourists in our own home town. We invite you to share in the experience.
Location of Services
Services will be held at 605 Edalyn, in Kirby, Texas, which is a suburb of San Antonio. Our services are traditional, with some congregational singing, a Biblical message suitable to the season, and opportunities for questions afterward.
Hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts abound in San Antonio and surrounding communities.We are a small Feast site and do not have arrangements with any.
We can always use volunteers to take part in our Family Fun Day, which includes food and entertainment by our congregation and guests. Games may also be part of the equation.
Registration and Contact Information
We need to know how many people to expect because our space is limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 210-733-1136 to let us know you're coming. Also, if you need any assistance or information.
For the past eight years, a Family Fun Show has been part of our Feast
celebration and we will continue that tradition, which has been
expanded to a Family Fun Day. Everyone – 5 to 95-- is invited to
participate. Our schedule will be posted as we draw closer to Feast
time, but it will also include at least one cookout, at least one field
trip and plenty of fellowship time, as we will meet in our own
building, so we can linger as long as we like.
This Feast site sponsored by: Embassy of God at Kirby, Texas
Travel + Leisure ranked
San Antonio #3 in Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways in 2013. Our
city ranked near the top for its free attractions, including the
Alamo. Several museums offer free admission on certain days,
and of course, our world-renowned River
Walk, or Paseo del Rio, is always open and always free. River
barge tours, water taxis and “trolley” rides are very low-cost.