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Join us for a seven-day worship experience from Jerusalem

Despite the coronavirus crisis, this year’s annual Feast of Tabernacles celebration in October will be more exciting than ever!
Join us for an inspiring seven-day worship experience from Jerusalem designed for a global online audience.

Join the Feast of Tabernacles LIVE or on demand for only $50!

Together we will visit:

  • Qasr al-Yahud – the traditional Jordan River site where Jesus was baptized.
  • The Garden Tomb – for an online Communion service
  • The Hulda Steps – the main entryway into the Second Temple
  • The Tower of David – overlooking the entrance to Jerusalem through Jaffa Gate.
  • The Knesset – the seat of Israel's government
  • Yad Vashem – the World Holocaust Museum
  • The City of David - a site of major biblical significance   

As always the Feast will include:

  • Powerful biblical messages
  • Annointed worship artists
  • Seminar tracks with insignts into:

Israel, current events, Bible prophecy, Christian Zionism, the Feast of Sukkoth, Archaeology, and so much more.

You will feel like you are right here with us in Jerusalem! 
 


SPECIAL FEAST OFFERING

The Lord commanded the people of Israel to bring their offerings to Jerusalem during the Feast of Tabernacles (Deut. 16). Therefore, many pilgrims bring a special offering from their church or family to the Feast. While we can support Israel anytime throughout the year, this is a special opportunity to prophetically join all the nations gathered in Jerusalem and make a special offering before the Lord.


SEND A PRAYER REQUEST

The ICEJ has always appreciated the importance of prayer and intercession and we continue to encourage and organize prayer for Israel all around the world through our Isaiah 62 Prayer Initiative. Prayer will also play a crucial part in this year's Feast with daily sessions and a special prayer vigil scheduled. You are invited to send us your prayer requests to be brought before the Lord during the Feast of Tabernacles.

 

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