Check out highlights of Hoshana Rabbah Biblical Discipleship Resources’ regional Sukkot Northwest 2015 rendezvous in southern Oregon on the wild and scenic Rogue River.
You’re invited to join the Hoshana Rabbah team, Congregation Elim of Portland, Oregon and our friends from the U.S. West Coast and beyond for our fourteenth annual Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) gathering in Southern Oregon near Grants Pass. We have reserved an entire campground on the wild and beautiful Rogue River.
For information, and to register, please go to SukkotNW.org.
With a month-and-a-half to go until Sukkot, the campground is almost filled up. But don’t despair, we have an overflow campground just down river. For those who don’t want to camp, hotels are available 20 to 30 minutes away in Grants Pass.
Our theme this year will be based on Revelation 18:4, “Come out of her my people.” Many of the speakers’ teaching subjects will be about what is Babylon the Great and how to come out of it.
Many exciting activities are planned for this year’s Sukkot. These include:
- Mature and experienced Bible teachers from Oregon, Washington and California.
- Prayer ministry and spiritual empowerment
- Much live Hebraic praise and worship
- Workshops on a variety of subjects including organic gardening, bushcraft/wilderness survival skills, entrepreneurship/how to start a small business, wild edible plants, the lost tribes of Israel in Japan, prayer techniques, woman’s Torah issues and more.
- An erev Shabbat banquet
- Youth and family activities.
- A market place.
- Fishing and swimming
- Fun around the campfire
For an entertaining preview of what to expect this year at Sukkoth NW 2015, please enjoy this video of highlights from last year’s Sukkot
You are cordially invited to join the Sukkot NW planning team, Congregation Elim of Tigard, Oregon and Hoshana Rabbah Biblical Discipleship Resources for our fourteenth annual Sukkot Northwest regional gathering this fall in southern Oregon on the wild and scenic Rogue River.
This year, we will be celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles (or Chag Sukkot) on the banks of the Rogue River — where bald eagles will be flying overhead and sea-run salmon will be spawning in the river waters below against a backdrop of steep canyon cliffs and tree-covered mountains. For your comfort and pleasure, the campground has all the amenities necessary for tent campers and RVers, including full hookups, hot showers, a playground, various sports facilities, and wood. Ice and propane can be purchased less than 1 mile up the road at a small market and a full service grocery store is available 8 miles away in the town of Merlin. Don’t camp? You can rent a travel trailer and have it dropped off at the campground, or you can stay in a nearby cabin or lodge or a hotel in Grants Pass just 20 minutes from the campground. (To continue reading, go to http://sukkotnw.org).
Check out this video of highlights from Sukkoth NW 2015: