Celebrate the Feast with Us
You are invited to Tabernacle with us and our Heavenly Father, October 15-22 2016. NO COST FEAST CAMP
We will be nestled in the woods at a rustic chalet at the Sugar Springs campground. The chalet has a stone fire place, picnic tables, and large windows to view the beautiful wooded scenery. This is a perfect setting to fellowship and learn more about our Creator. Beautiful hiking trails are winding throughout the forest hills.
We will be studying the Torah in the mornings especially the
book of Deuteronomy. There are guest speakers scheduled afternoon and
evenings and also a children's program is planned each afternoon. Our
group is expected to be 50-100 people. We are a very friendly and
loving group. We welcome you and believe that a stranger is
just a friend you haven't met yet.
Sugar Springs resort is 1 mile from the campground and has a golf course, pool, and tennis court. Sugar Springs is a recreational community and the public are welcome.
If you like water, you’ll love the two clean & clear all-sports lakes: Lake Lancer with 780 surface acres and Lake Lancelot with 230 surface acres. Boat docks and launches.
The Sugar Springs golf course has been rated at three stars by
Golf Digest and listed as one of the 25 Best Public Courses in Michigan
by The Michigan Golfer.
Sugar Springs guests and residents participate in a wide variety of physical and social activities. The new indoor pool, fitness center, and activity building is recreation central at Sugar Springs.
Location of Services
The Tabernacle services will be held in the rustic chalet at the Sugar Springs Campground. The center of the Chalet has a stone fireplace. This will be warm and cozy for an October Sukkot in mid-Michigan. We are a relaxed group and have 3 meetings a day scheduled. We welcome Truth Seekers and if you have a presentation to give please contact us.
Dress comfortable and warm. Casual dress even for Sabbath as we are camping.
The Sugar Springs Campground is next to the chalet (Tabernacle Meeting place)
Sugar Springs Campground offers 35 sites in a beautiful wooded setting.
All sites are equipped with electricity and picnic tables. There is 30 or 50 amp service at each site and fire pit. The Chalet is the focal point of the campground with a fire place, heated showers, and toilets. There is a water filling station, waste water dump station, free Wi Fi, and playground.
Camping Rates: $21 a day and $126 a week
For Reservations call 989/426-4232
Motel accommodations only 2.5 miles from the Sugar Springs Chalet, our Tabernacle meeting place, Northwoods Motel.
Large yet cozy rooms with television, small refrigerator, air conditioning, with a restaurant next door. Located between Gladwin and West Branch. Pet friendly accommodations are available.
Special Rates: Tabernacle Rates- $40.00/night - mention ‘Tabernacles 2016’
These special rates are available only for our group ask for, Brook, the Motel manager.
Address: 5800 North M-30, Gladwin, MI 48624
Phone 989/426-4021. Email: email@example.com
Dinner meals will be provided in the early afternoon.
If you want to contribute, by bringing food for the meal planning, just contact Barbee. (Snacks such as fresh fruit, nuts, snacks or granola bars are always welcome and can be placed on the ‘First Fruits’ table for everyone to enjoy.)
Sabbaths- Oct 15 and 22 – there will be a fellowship potluck meal.
You are on your own for breakfast.
(If you want to contribute an offering for expenses that is OK but it is not required. We don't want anyone to be left out because of cost).
Musicians please bring your instruments and music.
We have guest presenters scheduled, If you have a presentation please let us know as soon as possible and you may be able to present.
There is a children's program each afternoon. If you have a talent you would like to share with the children please let us know.
Registration and Contact Information
To Register/RSVP - Contact Barbee Barnes Hytinen
(If you email me I will give you my phone number)
If you need to mail RSVP -address:
2880 Hilts Rd, Gladwin, MI 48624
Sabbath schedule: Oct 15 and Oct 22 (the 15th and 22nd of the 7th month)
11:30 Fruit and snacks
12:30-3:00 Worship - study in Scripture (1:00-3:00 children activities)
4:00 Fellowship Potluck Dinner
Daily schedule: Oct 16-21 (Oct 21 is the Last Great Day of the Feast, it is a Holy Day)
2:30-4:30 Presentation (2:30-4:30 children activities)
5:00 Fruit and snacks
This Feast site sponsored by: Barbee and Ed Hytinen