Living Church of God Announced Feast Sites, 2012

The Living Church of God holds Feast sites throughout the world.

Here is some information about those that have been announced from LCG itself (I simply have compiled the information) for the Feast of Tabernacles in 2012:

Feast Sites 2012

We are pleased to announce the following 2012 U.S. Feast sites and coordinators. There is no information on the web site about these sites yet, but there will be soon. Registration should start in early February.

Chattanooga, Tennessee
Coordinator: Mr. James Sweat
Kauai, Hawaii
Coordinator: Mr. Jim Meredith
Texas (to be determined)
Coordinator: Mr. Dan Hall
Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
Coordinator: Mr. Wallace Smith
Newport, Oregon
Coordinator: Mr. Glen Gilchrist
Panama City, Florida
Coordinator: Mr. Jack Lowe
San Luis Obispo, California
Coordinator: Mr. Rodger Bardo
Tannersville, Pennsylvania
Coordinator: Mr. Jonathan McNair
Vail, Colorado
Coordinator: Mr. Ben Whitfield
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Coordinator: Mr. Rod McNair
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Coordinator: Mr. Phil West

The following Feast sites for International areas are also being planned (as of January 5, 2012):

Australia – Mandurah, WA
Australia – Victor Harbor, SA
Barbados – Christ Church
Burma – Sakangyi
Burma – Kalaymyo
Canada – Kimberly, BC
Canada – St. Actharines, ON
Canada – Shawinigan, QC
Canada – Liverpool, NS
Costa Rica
England – Buxton
Guyana – Georgetown
India – Imphal
Indonesia – Batu
Jamaica – Montego Bay
Kenya – Isibania
Malaysia – Melaka
New Zealand – Bay of Islands
Papua New Guinea – Wewak
Philippines – Baguio City
Philippines – Davao City
Philippines – Maranding
Philippines – Don Carlos
South Africa – Glentana
Sri Lanka
Thailand – Mae Sot
Tobago – Crown Point
Vanuatu – Orap

Somewhere between 40 to 50 (and perhaps more!) sites are expected. For detailed information about some of what was available in 2011, please see the article LCG 2011 Feast of Tabernacles' Information.

UPDATE 01/12/12:

Canadian Feast Site Name Change
The name of our Feast site in St. Catharines, Ontario—announced in last week’s The World Ahead (and spelled by mistake as St. Actharines)has been changed to Niagara Region, Ontario.

UPDATE 01/19/12: USA Assigned Feast Sites:

2012 U.S. Congregation Feast of Tabernacles Assignments (by State)
The Festival Office and the Internet Department are in full gear preparing for festival registration, planned to begin in February. As we prepare for registration, we would like to let our brethren in the U.S. know how congregations are assigned to the various Feast sites in 2012. As a reminder, brethren are assigned to a Feast site according to the congregation they attend, not according to their home address. For example, if you attend the Charlotte, North Carolina congregation, but live in Rock Hill, just across the border in South Carolina, you would be assigned to the Feast site for North Carolina, which is Virginia Beach. Following is the list of U.S. Feast sites and the States assigned to them:
Chattanooga, TN
Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee
Kauai, Hawaii
Lake of the Ozarks, MO
Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma
Newport, OR
Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington
Panama City, FL
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi, Puerto Rico
San Luis Obispo, CA
Arizona, California, Nevada
Tannersville, PA
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Vermont
Louisiana, Texas
Vail, CO
Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D.C.
Wisconsin Dells, WI
Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin
Note: Brethren in International areas, please check with your Regional Office to find out to which Feast site your congregation is assigned.

The website also has Feast Site information. It is another source that you should visit.

Some articles of possibly related interest may include:

Did Early Christians Observe the Fall Holy Days? Did they? Did Jesus? Should you?
The Book of Life and the Feast of Trumpets? Are they related? Is so how? If not, where not?
The Day of Atonement--Its Christian Significance The Jews call it Yom Kippur, Christians "The Day of Atonement". Does it have any relevance for Christians today?
The Feast of Tabernacles: A Time for Christians? Is this pilgrimage holy day still valid? Does it teach anything relevant for today's Christians? What is the Last Great Day? What do these days teach?

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