There was a warm, friendly atmosphere throughout the Feast of Tabernacles in Llandudno, Wales, in the British Isles. Among the 141 brethren who registered, a serving and caring attitude prevailed. This attitude was typified by a 12-year-old boy, who, seeing a need to distribute and collect hymnals, stepped in without being asked and fulfilled that role for the entire Feast.
Services were held in the St. George’s Hotel in the recently refurbished Wedgwood Suite, which proved once again to be an excellent venue. Messages were very encouraging and pointed to the coming Kingdom and what our role will be in the future, helping the rest of mankind become reconciled to God. The wonderful special music, performed by just a few musicians, added to the enjoyment of the Feast and our thanks go to them for all their hard work. Our thanks must also go to the sound crew who worked late into the night to make it possible for us to see Victor Kubik’s Feast sermon.
The weather was outstanding for the time of year. Warm, sunny days enabled attendees to visit the many attractions that Wales has to offer, and appreciate the beautiful mountain scenery.
We hope all our overseas visitors enjoyed the Feast with us and that they, and others, will visit us in Southport, in the northwest of England next year.
See more photos from Wales at https://flic.kr/s/aHskny7RB3 .