Red Deer, AB
A little unexpectedly we have landed back in Red Deer for the Feast of Tabernacles this year, but we are confident of God’s hand directing this decision once again.   
 
The beauty of the prairies in the fall is well described in the first line of the hymn “America the Beautiful”: “O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain.” The endless fields of golden grain are only matched by the big blue skies of Central Alberta. 
 
The harvest time of year is special in many ways, especially when we consider the parallel between harvesting of grain and the meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles.   
 
The weather last year in Red Deer was spectacular and we were able to enjoy a number of outdoor activities. We certainly pray for the same blessing this year. The Red Deer area caters to the outdoor enthusiasts with many hiking, walking, and biking trails. There are several golf courses that will challenge you to a “good walk spoiled” as described by Mark Twain.  
 
The City of Red Deer lies in central Alberta mid-way between Calgary and Edmonton. It gets its name from the river on which it is situated--the Red Deer River. It is in one of the fastest growing areas of the entire province, consisting of approximately 110,00 residents. The natives called the river Waskasoo Seepee, interpreted as “Elk River.” However, the British traders translated it to “Red Deer River” as they mistakenly assumed that Elk was the European red deer. In the early 1900s, the city saw a massive influx of British settlers. With a population of 343 in 1901, Red Deer was incorporated as a town. 
 
The Feast of Tabernacles is a special time of year, picturing the awesome plan of God and the fate of all mankind. If you are planning to join us in Red Deer, we look forward to being with you as we together create once again, “The Best Feast Ever.”  
 
Please contact the Festival Coordinator, Mr. Barry Walker, for more information on this site.
 
This site is open to domestic and international transfers. If you are considering international travel, it is your responsibility to understand the restrictions of the country that you are travelling to. 
 
Please continue to check this country’s current restrictions for US citizens, such as from this US Embassy link: COVID-19 Information | U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Canada (usembassy.gov) 
 
Festival Coordinator 
Mr. Barry Walker 
Email: bwalker@lcg.org 
Phone: 250-212-1074 

 


And He said to them,

"Go into the world and preach the gospel to every creature."

- Mark 16:15

Time Till The Feast!


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