Glacier Country, Montana 2020
PLEASE NOTE: Once you have registered here, please go to https://feastoftabernaclesmontana.com to register for onsite housing and meals.
August 7, 2020 COVID-19 UPDATE: The governor of Montana has stated that masks are required for all indoor activities. The tabernacle building is a large space and we will have social distancing. Family groups can sit together and we will have adequate seating between brethren.
Come and Celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles in beautiful Northwest Montana. This region of Montana is world-renowned for its mountains, rivers and wilderness areas—especially Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Flathead Lake. In addition to the grand landscapes, the small towns abound with great restaurants and shopping opportunities.
The Feast is held at the Glacier Bible Camp, which is only 10 miles from the west entrance to Glacier National Park. (See www.glacierbiblecamp.org for more information.) It is a wonderful location for exploring Glacier National Park without a long drive to get there. This allows for more excursions to such locations as Pole Bridge and Bowman Lake, East Glacier, Saint Mary Lake, Many Glaciers and Lake Sherbrune. Many look forward to traversing the famous “Going to the Sun” highway to Logan Pass. We encourage everyone to pray for good weather so that the most can be had from this gorgeous location.
In addition to a “glacier day,” when we will have early services, we will kick off the Feast with a bowling party after the Sabbath. We will also have a senior’s luncheon and a ladies tea.
Glacier Bible Camp calls their largest meeting building “the Tabernacle,” and this is where daily services are held. It is designed to accommodate 1,000 people with comfortable cushioned chairs. Although we are not expecting 1,000 brethren to attend, it does mean we will now be able to accommodate nearly all who desire to come to Montana to celebrate the Feast.Although many will be staying on-site, there are many off-site options: motels, cabins, campgrounds, resorts, bed and breakfasts and vacation homes. Members are free to find whatever housing best suits their needs. Many have found that staying on-site—although more rustic—increased their opportunities for fellowship.
NOTE: All individuals desiring to come to the Glacier Country Feast site need to register both here and https://www.FeastOfTabernaclesMontana.com.