invited to Church of God San Antonio's Feast for 2002
SAN ANTONIO, Texas--The
Church of God San Antonio, affiliated with the Churches of God Outreach
Ministries, announces it will again sponsor a Feast of Tabernacles
observance in the Alamo City.
regardless of organizational affiliation are welcome to attend,"
said Julian Cruz, Church of God San Antonio pastor. "We are ready to
serve as your host to make the Feast in San Antonio a very enjoyable,
memorable and family-oriented celebration where our children will
play an important role in worship services."
On the agenda
are sermons, music to honor God and fellowship for the brethren,
The theme will
be "Rejoicing Before the Lord," Mr. Cruz said.
Worship and Bible
classes for youths are planned.
San Antonio, said
Mr. Cruz, is the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas. Attractions
include the Alamo, the River Walk, Sea World, Six Flags Fiesta Texas,
HemisFair Park, the Tower of the Americas, the San Antonio Zoo and
the Japanese Tea Gardens.
San Antonio restaurants
feature the foods of many lands, including America, France and,
of course, Mexico.
restaurant sits 550 feet above ground level atop the Tower of the
Americas, said Mr. Cruz.
room in the Park Inn hotel for the Feast observance, from Sept.
20 to 27, will accommodate 275 people.
stay in the Park Inn, they will have access to a complimentary continental
breakfast each day.
will be available at a recreational-vehicle park a mile from Park
Inn: Greentree Village North, phone (210) 655-3331.
to make reservations early to be ahead of the snow birds,"
Mr. Cruz advised would-be Feast campers.
The camp's Web
Park Inn is at
10811 Interstate 35 N. Phone the hotel at (210) 590-4646 or (800)
276-0679. Visit Park Inn on the Web at www.parkhtls.com.
To make hotel
reservations, call the inn and tell the reservations desk you plan
to attend the Feast of Tabernacles (refer to the CGOM or the Church
of God San Antonio) and mention group identification No. 007.
The room rates
(subsidized by the San Antonio congregation) are $46.50 plus tax
for one through four persons.
Mr. Cruz asks
that the brethren make reservations before Aug. 31 "to avoid
forfeiture of any deposits paid or payment of penalties."
us by making your reservation as early as possible," he said.
will also help us determine if we need to ask for more than 30 rooms."
For more information, contact Mr. Cruz at 219 Whitefield Ave., San
Antonio, Texas 78223, U.S.A.; (210) 333-7229; or email@example.com.
Visit the San Antonio church on the Web at www.churchofgodsa.com. The site includes photos of previous Feast observances in the Alamo City.
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