One of the highlights of any Feast is the time we get to spend in Worship and Praise of our Father and Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at a time of commanded assembly and rejoicing.
At Kentucky Lake
Services will be more informal, relaxed and contemporary in both atmosphere and in music. A Festival Praise band will lead us in song and worship. Each Service will feature Band-led contemporary Praise and worship music followed by the congregation picking their favorites from the hymnals to sing via accompaniment from the band!
The list of contemporary praise music that will be played at the Kentucky Lake Feast can be reviewed at this link and printed out or stored on your phone or device. We will be projecting these lyrics during services also. We will also have CEM Red Hymnals available to pick out your favorite hymns for congregational songs each day. We suggest going to this link to download the Born To Win App featuring access through the App to the CEM hymnal digitally so you can bring up the hymnal on your cell phone to follow along without the need for the hymnal at the Feast.
Each morning before services will feature either a seminar with presenter or a Morning Sharpening Iron interactive fellowship Discussion where brethren will gather over coffee to discuss biblical topics in an open conversational setting.
Some Sermon messages will strive to be interactive with an intent to be more conversational and involving broader participation to sharpen iron together, and others will offer a Question and Answer/Discussion period to follow.
At Hot Springs
Services will be more traditional in atmosphere and music. Your favorite and familiar hymns and worship music will round the halls at the Legendary Vapors. Messages and studies will focus on the Millennial Kingdom to come that Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is bringing with Him when He returns.
Special Music and Choir
The Feast of Tabernacles always features inspiring, uplifting music as part of the worship service. This year is to be no exception! But it can’t be done without musically-inclined volunteers! Now calling all the musically-inclined to respond and let me know you are interested in performing Special Music for worship services, or in participating in a festival choir. Also let us know your voice part, if you’d like to participate in choir.
For the musicians who don’t sing, but play an instrument, please consider performing on your instrument! Paula Hughes is coordinating music at this year’s Feast in Hot Springs. Her email address is email@example.com.
Our sermons and teaching time will feature brethren from the Churches of God to share and expound on the Word of God at this exciting time of year that pictures the Hope we all look forward to seeing fulfilled.