SABBATH SERVICES SEPTEMBER 26:
Sabbath Services will be held in Nixa, MO at the Nixa Senior Center, 404 S. Main Street, Nixa MO, 65714. The pastor: Don Priwitz, 417-379-3431.
First Holy Day Buffet Dinner--Monday September 28th
There will be a catered meal following the first Holy Day Service at Holiday Inn Eastgate. Brethren will be able to walk just feet away from services straight into a beautiful banquet setting. The meal will be served buffet style and includes the following menu:
Salad of Seasonal Greens with assorted dressing, green beans, garlic mashed potatoes, rolls,
Grilled Boneless Breast of Chicken and Carved Roast Beef Au Jus
Lemon Twist Cake for dessert and beverage.
The price for this mouth-watering meal is $20.00 per adult and $12.00 for kids 5 and up. Kids 4 and under eat free.
Please make checks payable to: United Church of God and please indicate how many adults and how many children will be attending the buffet.
Please mail payment to: Sue Dunkle 1559 Driftwood Court Amelia, Ohio 45102 no later than Thursday, September 24th.
Sabbath Services on the Sabbath before the Feast of Tabernacles
Sabbath services on the Sabbath before the Feast of Tabernacles will be held in Jekyll Island at the Jekyll Convention Center at 2:30 pm. The exact room location will be listed later but there will be services on September 26th for those arriving in Jekyll Island before the Feast of Tabernacles.
Location of Services: Jekyll Island Convention Center
75 N Beachview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA
Opening Night Service: The first service in Jekyll Island will be held on Sunday evening September 27th at 7:30 pm at the Jekyll Convention Center.
Services on Opening Night, the holydays, Sabbath, and each day during the Feast will be held at the very beautiful Jekyll Convention Center. Bible Studies and Youth Classes will also be held on selected days of the Feast.
Several group activities that cater to all ages and interests have been scheduled during the Feast. Family Day activities will take place at the beachfront Great Dunes Park which offers a large beach pavilion for eating and fellowshipping, with direct views onto the beach where a variety of activities will be available. A cookout picnic setting and lunch will be provided at a nominal cost.
The Senior Citizens’ luncheon will be an enjoyable afternoon for all those 65 and over. Teens and young adults will enjoy the oceanfront bike ride on an afternoon early in the Feast.
So that everyone can enjoy and experience some of the natural features and activities of the Island, we will have several options available. If you haven’t been on a kayak before, you may want to participate in a kayak tour. The Dolphin Boat Tour has been a popular activity on Jekyll Island for years. Cruise the marshlands and intracoastal waters where you will see a variety of marine life, including porpoises (most of the time). Enjoy horseback riding through the natural habitat of the Island, emerging onto Driftwood Beach. Or you may enjoy a 90-minute trolley tour of the historic area of the Island that includes museum entrance and to several of the historic buildings in Millionaires Village. Feastgoers will enjoy special discounted prices for many of the activities.
Because there is such an array of activities available on the island, the schedule also includes free afternoons so families can explore and take advantage of the many additional available recreational activities, or just have time to enjoy each other’s company.
Note: At this time, no scheduled activity at Jekyll Island requires advance payment or reservation.
Bible Studies: On Friday evening, there will be a teen and adult Bible Study.
Youth Classes: On two days of the Feast, we will hold Youth Classes for pre-teens. A Children’s Choir will perform once during the Feast.
Updates and additional information on Jekyll activities and schedules will be posted at http://feast.ucg.org.
We had planned a trip to Molokini for snorkeling on Wednesday, Sept 30, but since this trip must take place in the morning and involve most of the day we have had to cancel it. It would interfere with the Feast's purpose, and why we are there. For those wanting to snorkel there are a wide variety of locations near Lahaina.
We have a lady, Paula, who would like to share lodging costs so she can attend in Maui. If there is another person who is seeking the same please contact me at and I will send her contact information: email@example.com
SPECIAL SEMINAR ON ADDICTIONS: INTERVENTION, TREATMENT AND RECOVERY
Addiction seems to be all around us—alcohol, drugs, pornography, gambling, shopping, hoarding, texting, and more. What do we need to know? What can we do? Merna Eppick will give an overview of addiction, provide some suggestions about interventions, and discuss treatment and recovery options. Merna will give concrete tools and answer the questions you may have.
Sabbath services on September 26, 2015 will be held at the Feast site. The location will be The Carousel Oceanfront Hotel, beginning at 3:30 PM. As a result, there will not be services at our regular Delmarva location that day.
Hyatt Regency "Drums of the Pacific Luau 2015 (Thursday, Oct 1)
Adults (Ages 13 & up): $ 91(U.S.)
Children (Ages 6 to 12): $ 52 (U.S.)(U.S.)
Kids (Ages 5 & under): Free
Payment: Make check payable to the United Church of God-Bay Area and send to: Rex Spears, 3727 Hillsborough Dr., Concord, CA 94520.
Please send a note with check indicating the number of adults, children, & kids along with your contact information in case of questions.
Deadline: Please have ticket orders postmarked by Thursday, September 7, 2015
Tickets: may be picked up at the Maui Theater before and after festival services on September 29 & 30
9/27 Sunday, 2:00PM: Speaker's & Organization Meeting (Maui Theater)
9/28 Monday, 6:00PM: Young Adults & Singles Reception
9/29 Tuesday, 1:00PM: Teen & Preteen activity at the Maui Ocean Center
9/30 Wednesday, 1:00PM: Molokini Snorkel Trip (Tentative)
10/1 Thursday, 5:00PM: Hyatt Regency Luau
10/2 Friday, 1:00PM: Family Day Picnic at the Beach
10/3 Saturday, 12:30PM: Senior Luncheon at Longhi's; 2:30PM Teen Study; 2:30PM YA & Singles Seminar, 2:30PM
10/3 Saturday, 6:30PM: Family Dance (tentative), Waiola Center
10/4 Sunday, 12:15PM: ABC Meeting