Feast of Tabernacles 2017 - DAY Registration


  • If you plan to spend the night at the campground, please fill out our Full Visitor Registration form instead. To ensure security, all visitors to the campground must register.

  • Day visitors may arrive no earlier than 8AM and must leave the grounds by 11pm.  

  • This form is a bit long but since we are spending 10 days together it helps to ensure all things are done decently and in order (1Cor. 14:40). You will be given an opportunity to change the activities you sign up for upon arrival and check-in.

First Name: Last Name:

Your E-Mail Address:   Confirm Email address:

Your Street Address:

City:    State:    Zip Code: Country:

Phone Number:


If you are planning to arrive by bus, train or plane and will need someone to pick you up at a terminal in St. Louis, a shuttle service is available.

HOWEVER, this year we are requiring everyone who needs shuttle service to arrive ONE DAY EARLY. This means that shuttle service will offered at 1-3pm on October 4th and then again at 8-10am on the October 15th.

We are requiring this because we have found it is too hectic and stressful to pick everyone at the airport, stop at the store on the way in, and still set up everything before sundown.

We will not be able to pick anyone up or drop anyone off at any other times so plan your travel accommodations accordingly.

Will you be needing the shuttle service?

If yes, supply arrival/departure information, flight number etc. If you don't have it, write "To be Determined": 

NAMES OF ADULTS (for nametags)

FULL Name (include last name)

Male / Female


Children (Under 20 years of age): (For nametags, plus this helps us plan and know what supplies to purchase)


Name (include last name)




Name (include last name)









Total number of persons:

Dates you plan to stay (roman reckoning):

We recommend arriving on 10/5/17 or earlier since the first Sabbath (high day) will begin that night.

Day of 10/span>1 Yes No

Day of 10/2 Yes

Day of 10/3 Yes

Day of 10/4 Yes No
(Required if you need shuttle service)

Day of 10/5 Yes

Day of 10/6 Yes

Day of 10/7 Yes

Day of 10/8 Yes

Day of 10/9 Yes

Day of 10/10 Yes

Day of 10/11 Yes

Day of 10/12 Yes

Day of 10/13 Yes

Day of 10/14 Yes

Day of 10/15 Yes

Day of 10/16 Yes

Day of 10/17 Yes No

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Please choose which FREE activities you would like to participate in.
Note: signing up for everything may make for a grueling schedule!

(subject to change)

# of Adults

# of youth (ages 13-19)

# of children


Hebrew Class - Daily lessons on the basic Hebrew Alphabet and vowel points. Teaches you to how read and pronounce the Hebrew letters so that you can read the Hebrew language. Attend every class OR pass the final exam to get a free book on Hebrew grammar! Children encouraged to participate!


Men's Meeting - Men get together and learn from one another on how to be better husbands/fathers, and encouragement in overcoming the challenges we have at work and home. Often the highlight of the feast for many! A great time of fellowship and developing friendships in Messiah. Mature teens may attend if parents approve.


Daughters of the Light - Ladies will get together and learn from each other on how to be better wives, mothers or singles. Bring a dish along with your favorite tea, sweetener and teacups. Bring cookies to share if you like. Mature teens may attend if parents approve.

Build the Wilderness Tabernacle - A replica of Yahweh's tabernacle in the wilderness will be built on the 3rd day of the feast. Children and teens welcome to be a part of this project. I have skills in: carpentry electrical

Shofar Making  - Learn to drill & sand down your own authentic Kudu horn, then bring it home! Limited to one free Shofar per immediate family. Larger shofars (up to 39" will be available this year through the reservation system. Children encouraged to participate!

Tassel Making class - Children encouraged to participate!!


Singles Class & Activity - Offered for unmarried teens and adults. For some, the feasts are the only time of year that unmarried believers of our faith can get to know each other. We'll be sharing a teaching on purity, the biblical method of finding a spouse, and doing a group activity to help break the ice and learn what each of us are expecting in a marriage partner.



Scripture Treasure Hunt - The scriptures themselves will provide the clues, and a brief teaching will be provided at each stop. Bring your bibles, it's sure to be an adventure!

Special children's activities - During the meetings, children will be given something to do with their hands such as coloring or some scripture related activity.

Ministry to the Fatherless - If there is a child or teen with you who does not have an active father in their life, we want to minister to them. We will quietly gather some men together to spend quality time with fatherless children and teens in a group setting. If you sign up, there will be a special note in your welcome packet where the date, time and location is listed.


Midnight Midrash for teens - Teens gather in separate groups of girls and guys to discuss today's issues facing the youth. 10PM to Midnight. Parents expected and encouraged to participate!

Youth and Family Night - One of the meetings will be an opportunity for the youth to share music and a special group event. Last year, the young people were a great encouragement to all of us. We look forward to seeing Yahweh work again this year.

# of items you plan to bring:

Auction for Charity / Ministry - We have a plan for speeding up the auction this year. Bring some good quality items that you would like to auction off and the proceeds will go toward the alms fund or the ministry of Eliyah.com (you specify).


Midrash at the Tabernacle or Pavilion

Due to the heat, we were unable to do this last year but this year we intend to move this activity out of the tabernacle. At the pavilion or conference hall, we will be having an open scripture discussion (Midrash) on most afternoons, but it will be scheduled at the same time of other afternoon events. Scripture Q & A, reading and discussion of various scriptures/topics, group counseling, or whatever else Yahweh leads.

If you plan to attend, please sign up here

# of Adults

# of

# of children

Instead of...

Children's activities are not provided during these sessions and most of the discussions are likely to be above the knowledge level of young children.

If you bring children, please ensure that they sit quietly.

Instead of Tabernacle Building
Instead of Shofar/Tassel making
Instead of Singles Class
Instead of Float Trip
Instead of Scripture Treasure Hunt
NOTE: All group activities are completely optional!

You can make a formal reservation after registering

# of Adults

# of youth (ages 13-19)

# of children


Oct. 11th Group Float Trip -Canoes, kayaks and rafts available. No fee if you have your own raft and transportation. Always a great time to join other believers and take in the beautiful Ozark scenery. You are required to purchase your canoe/raft/kayak through the reservation system no later than the day before the float trip (October 10th). If you wait until the same day, you will not be able to join us.

11 yrs
& older

10 yrs & Younger

Horseback Riding - The horses actually live at the campground. This 45 minute event will be scheduled at the same time as morning activities so you may miss a Hebrew class or Torah reading. Children 10 and younger will go on a separate ride with an adult and lead rope. Weight limit: 240lb. You will purchase your trip through the reservation system, but you contact the campground to schedule your ride.


"..he who is greatest among you shall be your servant" (Matt. 23:11)

NOTE: Yahweh expects everyone to come with an attitude of serving and edifying others. With rare exception, no one should leave all the below fields blank. Find the joy in serving and you may just discover gifts you didn't know you had.

Watchmen on the Walls

During the night we have at least 2 men quietly praying together and watching over the camp during 3 hour shifts (watches).
This is also a great way to get to know another brother in Messiah. Many friendships between brothers have started here!

Note: If a shift isn't available on a particular night, it means that we have enough volunteers for that particular shift/night.


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Service to Yahweh's peoplee

Child care - Interested in giving other parents a small break? Be a part of a 2-3 person team to watch over children in an outdoor setting during various times of the feast. Ideal for those who already have children to watch, and are willing to take on additional children.

Transportation - Assist those who need rides to town for groceries, laundry, etc.

Restrooms - Help keep restrooms clean and orderly

Conference Room - Assist with changing tables/chairs set up for various events

General Maintenance - Handyman work to assist other campers when needed.

Meals - Help manage community meals and cleanup afterward.

Campfire - Help maintain community campfire and firewood supply

Daughters of the Light - Help with setting up tables, etc.
Tassel Making Party - Help with setup and teaching how to make tassels.
Shofar Making - We need cordless drills and volunteers to help others.
Broad Path / Narrow Path - We'll need plenty for volunteers for this group effort to teach our children.

Take down the Tabernacle - Wilderness Tabernacle will be taken down the morning of October 15th.

Wilderness Survival Class - If you have had any practical survival training, we are looking for more volunteers.

Children's Activities - Assistance with group activities throughout the day, and with giving children to do with their hands during the teachings.

Youth & Family Night - Organizing and practicing a special event throughout the week for Youth & family night.
Float Trip - Assistance with organizing event.
Musically inclined volunteers - If you have musical ability and want to help lead or participate during the meetings.

Charity Auction - Auctioneering, helping with collecting donations and spreadsheet.

Registration & hospitality - Assist with greeting campers and getting them set up at their campsite.
Shuttle Transportation  - Need drivers for picking people up at the airport/bus in St. Louis.

Evening camp meetings - Help organized gatherings around the campfire, sharing testimonies and musical praise to Yahweh.

Audio / Visual - Assistance with operating computers, mixers, cameras and other AV equipment.

Wilderness Tabernacle - Help maintain the tabernacle, keeping it clean and tidy.

Tent Crew - Assist other campers, especially newcomers, with setting up their tent and campsite.

Diner assistance - Help Mary Jane at the restaurant to clean up after meals and manage dispersing meals.

Will help with Breakfast:



# of times:

Sharing meals - Some who come to the feast via planes, trains and buses have a harder time making meals during the feast. Sign up if you are willing to share meals with another feast goer,


Rules & Guidelines

The rules below are simply common sense guidelines to help everyone enjoy the festival without distractions and problems.

We haven't had any major problems in the past, and we just want to keep it that way. Please indicate your agreement by clicking the "We agree" checkbox. If you have any questions about them, feel free to contact me.

 Attendees must firmly believe in the inspiration of scripture (Genesis to Revelation), and believe the Sabbath day is on the 7th day of the week, commonly called 'saturday'. However, if you normally attend a congregation on the 1st day of the week, commonly called 'sunday', you are welcome to join in and learn about the blessing of the Feast of Tabernacles.

* There is a Dress Code requiring modest apparel for both men and women. Please do not bring see-through clothing, clothes which draw attention to, or reveal the shape of, the private parts of the body such as low necklines and tight fitting garments. Shorts, skirts and dresses should not expose the knees when sitting down. If you wear pants (whether male or female), please wear a loose long shirt (or skirt/dress) to cover the area between the waist and thighs. See this picture for an example (Popup window).

Thanks for your understanding; we want those who have weaknesses to enjoy the feast without having to constantly engage in spiritual battle. If you can't afford long, loose shirts, let me know and we will provide some for you at no cost.

* Pets are permitted as long as they are leashed and supervised at all times.

* Alcoholic beverages are not permitted. The campground is a tobacco-free environment.

* Parents are held accountable for their children and teens. Children in the play areas and elsewhere must be supervised.

* Quiet time is enforced after 11pm local time. If you bring a dog, you will be held responsible for any barking that occurs.

* In the interest of purity, unmarried males/females should refrain from physical affection, and from going together to private locations, away from public view.

We agree to the above rules & guidelines

This is our first time keeping the Feast of Tabernacles

This is our first time doing any kind of camping

Tell us what you hope to get out of the feast, along with any other comments:



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