Registration for the Feast site in Germany is open! The site can accept about 25 international transfers, but please check on the travel requirements to Germany and/or email the coordinator, Paul Kieffer, before you register and make plans to attend.
This year’s Feast of Tabernacles will again be held in picturesque town of Titisee, which is set on Lake Titisee in southern Germany in a beautiful area just 10 miles from the Black Forest's highest mountain, the Feldberg.
Lake Titisee, with its scenic town of Titisee, is a glacially-formed lake approximately one mile long and 130 feet deep. Tradition says that Roman general Titus once camped in the area, supposedly giving the lake its name.
Temperatures in October can be seasonally warm on sunny days, but evenings and daytime rainy periods may be chilly because of Titisee's altitude (approximately 2,775 feet above sea level).
At the time of publication there is no information available yet on what COVID-19 restrictions might be in effect for international (non-EU) visitors.
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 south of the Frankfurt International Airport or 50 miles northwest of the Zurich International Airport. Expected attendance is approximately 175.
Most services will be held in German, with a simultaneous translation into English. International guests who do not speak German will need to bring their own FM radio and headphones to services to be able to receive the simultaneous translation.
Reservations: Visitors wishing to attend should register on the UCG-Germany website at https://www.vkg.org/Registration/registration.php. Registration is required and an e-mail address is needed for registration. Transfer capacity is limited to 25 guests this year.