Travel considerations: At this time, travel to Germany is closed to travelers from the U.S. except for a few special exceptions. There is no information available yet on what COVID-19 restrictions might be in effect for international (non-EU) visitors by Feast time. Please stay updated on changing travel restrictions and contact the coordinator if you are interested in attending the Feast in Germany.
This year’s Feast of Tabernacles will again be held in Titisee. The picturesque town of Titisee is set on Lake Titisee in southern Germany, in a beautiful area just 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the Black Forest's highest mountain, the Feldberg (1,493 meters, 4,860 feet).
Lake Titisee, with its scenic town of Titisee, is a glacially formed lake approximately 1 mile long (1.6 kilometers) and 130 feet deep. Tradition says that Roman general Titus once camped in the area, supposedly giving the lake its name.
Temperatures in late September can be seasonally warm on sunny days, but evenings and daytime rainy periods may be chilly because of Titisee's altitude (845 meters, approximately 2,775 feet).
Transfer guests can make their own reservations; lodging information is available via the Black Forest German-language tourism website, which can be translated into English (http://www.hochschwarzwald.de). Please also check the Housing Info tab above. The hall where services will be held is within walking distance of most lodging units within the main village area.
Direct "German Rail" (Deutsche Bahn AG) service is available via Freiburg to Titisee. However, car rental is recommended for ease of transportation and sightseeing. Titisee is about 180 miles (290 kilometers) south of the Frankfurt International Airport or 50 miles (80 kilometers) northwest of the Zurich International Airport. Expected attendance is approximately 200 if international visitors are allowed to enter the EU.
Services will be held in German only. Since we have not had any overseas visitors register, we have decided not to hold English translation.