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Cornerstone Feast

TEXARKANA, Texas--Cornerstone Publications will sponsor a 2003 Feast site in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., announced Jim Rector. Condominiums and cabins are in Eagles Ridge and Country Oaks Mountain Cabins. Reservations and additional site information can be obtained by calling (800) 662-1022, or contact Mr. Rector at or 3802 Olive St., Texarkana, Texas 75503, U.S.A.

Durango Feast

PHOENIX, Ariz.--Celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles with the Phoenix brethren Oct. 10-18 in southwestern Colorado, announced Joy Fulton.

Durango, Colo., offers an independent interactive venue with many opportunities for fellowship and service, she said.

For more information contact Jon Pike at (480) 759-6606 or or Brian or Joy Fulton at (480) 283-0584 or .

Points of Truth building

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark.--Points of Truth Christian Ministries and the Crusade Church of God have bought a 4,600-square-foot building to serve as the home office for the ministry and meeting hall for the congregation.

The street address is 1711 S. Cleveland in Russellville.

Pastor Larry Lasiter also announced the Russellville brethren plan a Feast of Tabernacles site this year at Camp Beaver Fork, near Conway, Ark.

To make reservations or for more information, contact Mr. Lasiter at (479) 498-4524 or , or write Points of Truth, P.O. Box 102, Russellville, Ark. 72811, U.S.A.

Feast in Oregon

SALEM, Ore.--The Church of God His Beloved plans a Feast of Tabernacles observance at Newport, Ore., Oct. 11-19. For more information contact Michael Regan, (503) 585-1110, or P.O. Box 15115, Salem, Ore. 97309, U.S.A.

Santa Ana Feast

MORRO BAY, Calif.--Talents Ministries announces its Feast sites, at Santa Ana, Calif., and Chattanooga, Tenn. Both will begin the evening of Oct. 9, announced Rene Qualls.

For information about the California location, contact Ted Phillips at (805) 772-5977 or . For the Tennessee site, contact Trish Redmon, (770) 228-4235 or See also

The Feast in Sunriver

MOSES LAKE, Wash.--Steve Bruns announces a Feast of Tabernacles site in Sunriver, Ore., keeping the dates "according to the crescent-moon sighting in Jerusalem and the barley's abib in Jerusalem."

"This year we will be having a double Sabbath at both ends of the Feast," said Mr. Bruns. "We plan to be in Sunriver for the Sabbath of Oct. 11, prior to the Feast, then starting the Feast the evening of the 11th, making the 12th the first holy day. The Last Great Day will be on Sunday, Oct. 19, beginning the evening of Saturday, Oct. 18."

For more information contact Mr. Bruns at or 8905 Travis Dr., No. A, Moses Lake, Wash. 98837, U.S.A.

Feast at Lake Murray

HAWKINS, Texas--The Ami Yisrael Torah Study (formerly a part of East Texas Torah Fellowship) plans the Feast of Tabernacles for Lake Murray Lodge at Ardmore, Okla., announced Tim Kelley. This year's festival, dubbed "Season of Our Joy," will span two Sabbaths, beginning Friday evening, Oct. 11, and ending Oct. 18.

For more information see Or write Tim or Angie Kelley at .

Possible Hot Springs Feast

COLCORD, Okla.--Dan Cafourek, pastor of the Arkansas Church of God of Springdale, Ark., says the fellowship plans to sponsor a Feast observance Oct. 11-19 somewhere in the south-central United States, possibly Hot Springs, Ark.

"We begin the year when barley is in abib in Jerusalem in accordance with Deuteronomy 16:9," said Mr. Cafourek.

Whether the fellowship can sponsor the Feast depends on whether enough people will plan to attend, he said.

"Therefore we are asking those who are interested to contact us at Or call (479) 464-9847 and leave a message.

"Please respond as soon as possible to help us facilitate planning."

The Feast planners are also seeking speakers, song leaders and pianists for the observance, Mr. Cafourek said.

One God Seminars update

AUBURN, Wash.--Ken Westby of the Association for Christian Development, whose One God Seminars are scheduled for Tyler, Texas, July 25-27, announced a price break for people who want to attend the conference but cannot be there for all three days.

Rather than the $45 fee for the weekend, Mr. Westby said people attending who cannot attend all three days may remit $15 per day rather than the full fee. (The fee helps cover the cost of printed materials and the meeting room.)

Mr. Westby also announced that the ACD's One God Seminars will be available to anyone who can dial in to his Virtual Church telephone network. Just as people with telephones can dial in every Sabbath to listen to Sabbath services of the ACD-sponsored Virtual Church, during the seminars anyone will be able to dial in and listen to any or all of the seminar presentations by calling (918) 222-7158 and entering the code 0566#.

"The entire three-day conference, July 25-27, will be available live over our phone hookup," Mr. Westby said.

For more information write or P.O. Box 4748, Federal Way, Wash. 98063, U.S.A. Or visit the ACD on the Web at

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