Williamsburg, VA

Historic Williamsburg, VA will host the local Feast of Tabernacles again this year. The venue itself will be different from last year and can be found on the Accommodations page. Williamsburg is known as a “revolutionary” town. There are many things to do and places to see that were common to the Revolutionary War era, including Jamestown, Yorktown, and even a small beach. Nearby scenery during this time of year can be very colorful and will definitely add to the fall Holy Day mindset.  
Engaging activities will be centered around singles, teens, and families, while still allowing ample time to focus on God’s Word and to be reminded of the purpose of Feast travel—to keep the Feast of God! There are a variety of places to eat in the area such as Italian and Mexican; BBQ is a big draw, as are the multitude of pancake restaurants.  
While there are arts, shopping, and other activities nearby, the messages and fellowship will be the highlight and focus of the Feast in Williamsburg this year. Be prepared to be spiritually fed by messages about God's great plan and our future role in this plan and to fellowship with our spiritual family! 
Please contact the Festival Coordinator, Mr. Lenny Bower, for more information on this site. 
Festival Coordinator 
Mr. Lenny Bower 
Phone: 704-412-8511 
Email: lbower@lcg.org 

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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