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Feast of Tabernacles

Celebration with Angus Buchan 2013

The participants are led by an international choir and orchestra to lift songs of joy and thanksgiving to the Lord, with a spectacular stage presentation enhanced by worship in dance. Angus Buchan challenged the crowd with a powerful message.

Evening Celebration with Angus Buchan 2013

The participants are led by an international choir and orchestra to lift songs of joy and thanksgiving to the Lord, with a spectacular stage presentation enhanced by worship in dance. Angus Buchan challenged the crowd with a powerful message.

Communion Service and Parade of Nations 2013

The participants are led by an international choir and orchestra to lift songs of joy and thanksgiving to the Lord, with a spectacular stage presentation enhanced by worship in dance.

Communion Service and Parade of Nations 2013

The participants are led by an international choir and orchestra to lift songs of joy and thanksgiving to the Lord, with a spectacular stage presentation enhanced by worship in dance.

Ein Gedi - Opening Night 2013

The Feast of Tabernacles celebration typically commences with an outdoor worship event where newly arrived pilgrims share a meal together under a full moon, worship God and proclaim His glory to the nations from Israel.

Feast 2013 and Angus Buchan

The ICEJ's 2013 Feast of Tabernacles will feature the theme "Harvest". We are expecting the Lord to be present again in a powerful way.

Feast of Tabernacles 2013: Harvest

We are expecting a fresh challenge and annointing from the Lord of the Harvest at this year's Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Jerusalem.

Suffering by Rev. Malcolm Hedding

On the last night of the ICEJ's 2012 Feast of Tabernacles celebration, Rev. Malcolm Hedding challenged the pilgrims with a powerful word of warning that times of suffering may come before us to refine the church and bring it closer to Jesus.

Behind the Feast

Get a glimpse of all that goes into making the ICEJ's Feast of Tabernacles an event that has impacted thousands of lives and, indeed, the nation of Israel in a profound way for more than 30 years.

PM Benyamin Netanyahu's Greeting

The honorable Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, welcomed the thousands of Christians who came up to Jerusalem to celebrate the ICEJ's Feast of Tabernacles.

 

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