CAMPSITE ACTIVITIES-Watch this section for updates!
Some of the planned activities
service - For any seeking to be baptized in Yahushua's name, there will
be a service during the first and last day of the feast. The river is on
- Men will get together and learn from one another on how to be better
husbands and fathers, and how to overcome the challenges we have at work and
at home. Always a great time of fellowship and developing relationships.
Many men consider these meetings to be the highlight of the feast.
Daughters of the Light - Similar to the men's meetings, ladies will come together and discuss anything from home schooling
ideas to Sabbath preparations to how to be better wives & mothers.
Daily Hebrew lessons (9:15am) are offered in the conference facility
that will teach everyone
how to read the written Hebrew language. Self-graded quizzes will be given and
end of the feast, most everyone who attends the classes should be able to read
biblical Hebrew. Those who attend every class and/or pass the final exam will be given a
free book on Hebrew grammar!
and worship at third hour (10am) and ninth hour (4pm) at the tabernacle.
Readings at the
Tabernacle (10:30am), read on loudspeaker at 10:30AM for the whole camp to hear.
will be taught during the praise and worship portions of the
Auction for charity - Bring an
item to auction off and proceeds will go toward alms and ministry.
Children activities - Story time for children, arts & crafts, Youth & family night
with a special event planned, Midnight Midrash for teens (10pm -midnight),
Volleyball, organized Kickball, Wiffle ball, Music and more.
Note: If any of the
following afternoon activities are not of interest to you, we'll be offering open-forum bible study, scripture Q & A, and
group-oriented counseling at the same time as these activities.
Broad path / Narrow path for children - A
Pilgrim's Progress-like adventure through the Ozark wilderness, instructing
and demonstrating to children the potential pitfalls of life. Parents
encouraged to participate!
survival training class
will be offered. Expanding on last year's sessions, we anticipate having
more hands-on survival training with emphasis on spiritual and physical
Making Class. Sand
it down, drill the mouthpiece and get ready to blow your own shofar
(horn/trumpet) in praises to the King! We'll also have instructors to help you
learn how to sound it. One shofar per family, available for a donation or
free if you can't afford it.
shofars will be available this year.
Tassel making party -
Everyone in attendance will learn
how to make tassels (tsit tsiyot), using Numbers 15:38-40 and Deuteronomy
22:12 as a guideline. Tassel-making material is provided.
Float Trip -
We'll take a 3-5 hour float trip on the river. The campground has
canoes, large rafts and kayaks available. The float
trip will end at the campground.
Horseback riding will be
offered for children, teens and adults (up to
There is no pressure to sign up
for anything and this feast can be whatever Yahweh wants it to be for you. You can choose to spend
all your time just relaxing and fellowshipping with your family
and/or other feast goers, or you can choose to sign up for anything that
will be musical praise to Yahweh around the campfire every evening, and this
is a great time to get to know each other as brothers and sisters in
Yahweh. Getting believers connected to the body of Messiah and building up
families & individuals is our goal.
have described HIS feast as a life changing experience!
Contact me if you
need some financial assistance in order to
attend. We don't want money to be a reason why anyone is unable to feast with
other believers...especially if you want to be baptized in Yahushua's name.
For those who can afford to help others,
you can contribute to the
feast-going fund to help anyone with costs of attending. This fund is
separate from the feast operating expenses of EliYah.com.
To contribute to the Fund,
please send your donation to:
P.O. Box 1255
Ava, MO 65608.
Please make sure you mention that
it's for the feast-going fund.
It's helpful to have contributions done
well in advance so that those who otherwise cannot afford to come will know that
there are funds available and make plans. If there is any left over, we'll save
it for another feast or put it in the open
CAMP PRICING -
$5/person per night, children 12 &
We do not charge any fees to attend the festival, but
the campground does have fees for using their camping
facilities. We handle all reservations and collection of
We have been given
a significant discount on camping. If you prepay, anyone 13 or older will be charged just
$5 per person per night while children 12 and under are free.
want Electric/Water/Sewer access, a flat fee of $8.50 per night
per campsite (not per person) is
added to the bill and you will given a full hookup site instead of
primitive camping. This does not include the "per person"
fee. If you don't need sewer access, the
access fee lowers to $5.50 per night.
Water/Electric/Sewer Campsite Pricing is capped at $25 per campsite. This
means that no one will pay more than $25 per night, regardless of how many
persons you have in your family. Primitive camping is capped at $20 per night.
family of 2 adults and 5 teens needing a water/electric/sewer campsite will pay
$25 per night. A family with 2 adults and 5 children under 13 in a primitive
site will pay $10 per night. A single adult in a Water/Electric campsite will
pay $10.50 per night.
campsites (including primitive) will have a picnic table and fire ring.
Nest Cabin (Sleeps 8-10)
very own replica of Yahweh's Tabernacle
(Used as a
group study and private prayer room)
The Rentable RV's, cabins and
cottages are in the campground itself and
are close to the conference room and camp sites (see
map). Bedding/pillows and Bath linens/towels are not provided. Please bring
Average temperature for this time of the year is mid 70's during the day and
mid 50's at night. It can get
into the 80's and 40's though so dress appropriately. Inclement
weather is always possible so make sure your tent and other
equipment is well prepared for wind and rain.
Sundown will occur close to
local time (CDT) on the first night of the feast. We've
found the Mr.
Heater Buddy Heaters to be helpful in keeping a tent warm at night. They use
no electricity so they are even more ideal for primitive camping.
resource for what kind of things to bring
you have any questions about the feast, please contact