VERO ESSENE YAHAD WILDERNESS


Tabernacling and Feast of Pentecost

A Slice of Life from the Journey of the Historical Essenes

June 6 - 10, 2019 - 4 nights

Pentecost is the 9th of June - Zadokite Calendar

Make the Most of the Feast!

!! Semi-primitive !!

 

RegisterPay $60

 

Harrison Bay State Park in Chattanooga, TN

 

 

PLANNED FEATURES

This is a semi-primitive event - tents or RVs

We would love to make this as authentic an experience as possible with the least cost. We do have some extra tents, cots and camping supplies for you if you are flying in.

Forums for rare documents of Jewish-Christian Origins on the life of Messiah

Big historical surprises; new discoveries; fresh material

Studies and Devotionals in the Woods

The temperature expected is from the 60s to 80s in the Tennessee mountains

Authentic Pentecost / Shavuot Service

The according to the Essene / Enochian / Davidic Calendar (download here)

Cave Tour (perfect for Essenes) ($12.95 - $17.95)

This is at extra charge and optional, but we Essenes are spelunkers

Fishing on site (with license - $20.50)

Meals at the Campsites - we work them together

Bring food for the common pot - kosher only - vegetarian available

 

Camper's paradise in the Tennessee mountains - just add a little water

 

COST AND LIMIT

Lodging ($60 includes four nights) to be paid in advance of the event

Harrison Bay is a very popular retreat - we have reserved your space

Register for the Event at this link

Pay at this link via Paypal or Card

Limit 15 participants only - we want to keep it small

Bring your Pentecost offering and food money for the common pot
 

VENUE - PHOTO LINKS

Harrison Bay State Park is a 1,200 acre park with approximately 40 miles of Chickamauga Lake shoreline, and was originally developed as a Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) recreation area in the 1930s. Its name is derived from a large bay at the main channel of the Tennessee River that covers the old town of Harrison, and the last Cherokee Campground. The parklands are historically significant because the Cherokee Campground consisted of three villages which were ruled by one of the last great Cherokee Chieftains. Harrison Bay became the first Tennessee State Park in 1937. This beautiful wooded park is a haven for campers, golfers, boaters and fishermen, as well as picnickers and other day-use visitors from Chattanooga and the surrounding tri-state area. Nearby, the ferocious battle of Chickamauga was fought.

 

Harrison Bay - a great place for recreation and fishing.

 

Raccoon Mountain Caverns: The Crystal Palace Tour is a 45-55 minute guided walking tour through the first 1/2 mile of the cave. This section of the cave has been modified to include lights, pathways, steps, and handrails. Education is the focus of our tours and your guide will explain how caves form, provide a history of the cave, and point out a wide variety of formations such as stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, and much more, including rare shield and helictite formations! Guests also have a chance to view cave wildlife including bats and salamanders, as well as ancient fossils. Photography is welcomed, however you must keep up with the group.

 

Sponsored by the Vero Essene Yahad and Yahad of East Tennessee

 

The Vero Essene Yahad / Yahad International

3495 1st St. Vero Beach, FL 32968

 

Map of Harrison State Park