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2021 Festival Planning Brochure

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2021 Festival Planning Brochure

How to Register for the Feast

All U.S., Canadian and Caribbean heads of household should register directly online or through your congregation’s festival advisor.

Applying to a Feast Site Outside the United States, Canada or Caribbean

U.S., Canadian and Caribbean heads of household should register per the instructions below, and also directly apply to that site per the specific instructions given for that site.

Applying to a U.S., Canadian or Caribbean Feast Site From Other Areas
Members outside of the U.S., Canada or Caribbean can apply online or contact their pastor to register.

1. Online Registration:
April 11 at 11 a.m. EDT
• Registering online takes about 10 minutes.
• Heads of household can register their entire family. 
• Beginning on April 11 at 11 a.m. EDT, go to the Feast website (feast.ucg.org) and click on the site you would like to register for. Then click on register. 

2. Registration at Church: April 17
Members who do not have computers or access to the Internet can register at services. Please see the local festival advisor or pastor, who will provide you with a form to fill out. They will register online for you starting April 17.
 

Key Dates to Remember for U.S. and Canadian Feast Attendees

April 11: Online registration begins at 11 a.m. EDT. Early housing reservations begin for those who qualify (except for Panama City Beach and Lake Junaluska).
April 13: Early housing begins at Panama City Beach and Lake Junaluska.
April 17 and 24: Registration at services for those not registering online.
April 18: Members attending a U.S. or Canadian Feast site may begin making housing reservations from the list of accommodations supplied in the Festival Planning Brochure (except for Panama City Beach and Lake Junaluska). For festival sites outside of the U.S. and Canada, transfer approval notification will come directly from that site’s coordinator.
April 20: General housing begins at Panama City Beach and Lake Junaluska.