Among the 638 people attending this year we had 22 of the 50 states and one Canadian province represented.
One of the characteristic and best-loved features of the Feast site here is the special music. The orchestra and choir, about 60 strong, presented a wide selection of music that greatly enhanced the worship of our great Father and Elder Brother Jesus Christ.
Activities in the Dells’ scenic beauty enhanced the worship of our Creator and served as a setting to enjoy such outdoor activities as golf, hiking, touring the local waterways in the famous “ducks” and many other refreshing activities set in nature. There was also a family fun night and dance attended by approximately 400 that included music to dance by, kids games, face painting, a balloon artist, a music and comedy hour and much more!
In addition to our 10 church services we had six Bible studies covering such topics as “Tracking the Tribes of Israel,” a “Timeline of Church History,” a young adults dinner and Bible study titled “Let No One Despise Your Youth,” a teen-oriented Bible study titled “Building Your Relationship With God at the Feast,” and two other general Bible studies: “Shedding Light on the Book of Hebrews” and “A Walk Through the Millennium,” centering on Isaiah’s prophecies of the wonderful world tomorrow!
While this year’s Feast may be over we invite you to come and join us next year! The site has a long and rich history as a venue for God’s people gathering for the Feast of Tabernacles. For more than 150 years, Wisconsin Dells has been known as a great destination with tons of fun family attractions that bring over three million visitors to the Dells each year. The Dells is home to themed lodging with many featuring huge indoor water parks, many popular restaurants and tons of shopping.