The Savior of The World
Feast of Weeks is a highly regarded occasion; celebrated just seven perfect weeks following the Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread, and this celestial cycle concludes with giving thanks to (Deuteronomy 16:10-12) for delivering us from the burdens and oppressions of Egypt: past, present, and future.
In the past, sent Moses to bring us out of Egypt and to teach us of His laws. But almost immediately, we again rebelled against and were punished to continue a ceaseless life of slavery and bondage to other nations throughout our entire history. Resultantly, we were brought again into bondage in Egypt (America) this time by way of ships (Deuteronomy 28:68); crying out once more to due to the anguish and pain at the hands of our oppressors up until “this” very day.
Hearing our cries, remembering the promise to Abraham, and destined to raise up a nation who would obey His voice and follow His laws, decided to come in the present, at the end of the world, as the Son, , to “once” and for all save His people and put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself (Hebrews 9:26). In fact, by His own blood, He entered in “once” into the holy place having obtained “eternal” redemption for us (Hebrews 9:12).
Now as the lost sheep of the house of Israel, we can testify to the spiritual birth of , His miraculous works, persecution, crucifixion, and physical death. In addition, as living witnesses we can affirm that has “REDEEMED” us from the curse of breaking the laws of : that the blessings of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through , thereby, “ALL MEN” might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith (Galatians 3:13-14).
With that said, know of a surety that we may seem few in number, but there are those of us who remain “faithful” unto , and who patiently await His Second Coming in the ever so near future, because we understand and recognize that alone is: “THE HORN OF OUR SALVATION” (Psalm 18:2). A horn typically represents a musical instrument. But, in this case, horn is used in a metaphorical sense like that of an “ox horn.” When a horn sprout’s from an ox’s head, it is a symbol of great strength and regal power, and is displayed as a notable sign to all of his enemies that he is to be “majestically” feared.
In like manner, shall raise up , the “Horn of Salvation,” for us in the house of His servant David (Luke 1:69), as a notable sign to “all” of His enemies that He too is to be “majestically” feared. For shall clothe the enemies of with shame: but upon shall His crown flourish as a symbol of His great strength and regal power forever (Psalm 132:18).
You Love Me, Keep My Commandments (John 14:15).
"As Israel, you would never think of coming to a city and not staying at the place where chooses to place His name.”
in A Global Call to The Remnant on pages 117-18
Therefore, as we assemble from the East and the West, and from the North and the South to observe Feast of Weeks, let us unite as “one” family by registering through The Feast Committee of to stay at the “one” place where has chosen to place His holy name. When we do this, we are showing that we are joined one to another, that we stick together, and that we cannot be sundered (Job 41:17).
The host hotel is the fabulous Embassy Suites San Marcos Hotel conveniently located between Austin and San Antonio in the Texas Hill Country. It is just 38 miles from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and just 42 miles from San Antonio International Airport. All guests will enjoy a two-room suite with a host of special amenities.
San Marcos Hotel
1001 McCarty Lane
San Marcos, TX 78666
Convention Dates: May 28 – June 3, 2017
Pre-registration for Feast of Weeks is $770 per person for 7 days. Pre-register by April 28, 2017, and SAVE $80. After April 28, 2017, the registration fee is $850 for 7 days or a $125 daily rate.
Pre-registration, housing, and meals for Feast of Weeks is $1,500 per person for 7 days. Pre-register by April 28, 2017 and SAVE $150. *PLEASE SEE CONVENTION REGISTRATION FORMS FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF RATES.
“Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and Thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart” (Jeremiah 15:16).
If you love wisdom and knowledge is pleasant to your soul (Proverbs 2:10), you will travel with your study tools in preparation for our day-time seminars and nightly family study sessions.
The first 75 persons to pre-register will receive Guaranteed Reserved nightly VIP seating up until 7pm.
REMEMBER: Our Feast is an Holy Occasion—Please dress appropriately! Full Culture or Business Attire
If you make reservations to stay at the host hotel during our feast and/or register for our nightly classes and will not arrive on the date stated on your registration form (flight canceled, will not be able to attend, and so on), please notify The Feast Committee 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE so we can cancel your room reservation or your ballroom seating reservation. If you fail to do this, you will be billed for the hotel room or not receive a registration refund. To cancel, you must call the Host Hotel at (512) 392-6450 after May 18, 2017 and ask for The Feast Committee Registration Office.
NO REFUNDS ON ADVANCED RESERVATIONS IF THE ABOVE PROCEDURES ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
Menu for Feast of Weeks 6020
Spinach and arugula salad with avocadoes, green/red peppers, sliced shallots, shredded carrots, and artichokes
Roasted red potatoes, rosemary, garlic, and olive oil
Grilled broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots
Red velvet cake
Tomato and basil soup
Baby greens with palms, radishes, pine nuts, and cherry tomatoes
Pinto beans with wild rice
Roasted Brussels sprouts
Whole wheat rolls
Key lime pie
Vegetable barley soup
Spinach leaves w/onions, olives, cucumbers, and feta cheese
Ramen Noodles w/stir-fried vegetables, tamari sauce, and toasted sesame
Veggie spring rolls
Potato and leek soup
Greek salad with crumbled feta cheese, grape tomatoes, pitted black olives, cucumbers, and red onions
Three bean chili with wild rice
Sautéed spinach with onions and red peppers
Whole wheat rolls
Brown lentil soup
Caesar salad with romaine lettuce, croutons, and parmesan cheese
Angel hair pasta w/marinara sauce
Stir-fried broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots
Whole wheat garlic bread
Green split pea soup
Spinach leaves w/cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and onions
Black beans with wild rice
Grilled French cut green beans
Whole wheat rolls
Warm peach cobbler
Breath of Life Systems: provides transportation to and from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
$60 per person (round trip)
$40 per person (one way)
They also provide transportation to and from the San Antonio International Airport.
$70 per person (round trip)
$40 per person (one way)
*Children age 3 and under free
A $10 discount per person will apply to a family of 5 or more within the same household.
To make reservations, please call (702) 300-4452 or email to
*Must call or email at least 24 hours in advance to make reservations.
Self Parking: Outdoor Parking Lot
Valet Service: $12 per day
Feast Performance Guidelines
In keeping with the standards that established for our nation, The Feast Committee has instituted the following performance guidelines to ensure that we continue to show respect and reverence toward His moral teachings. Therefore, to be in accord with Titus 2:1-8, 10, all—adults as well as children—wishing to perform during our nightly program must adhere to the performance criteria listed below:
Our Feast of Weeks 6020 theme is: “: The Horn of Our Salvation” (Psalm 18:2) and our overall theme for the year is: “: The Savior of The World” (1 John 4:14). All performances must reflect research done on either the themes or Feast of Weeks. The use of on-line dictionaries and thesauruses are prohibited as creditable sources of reference.
All performers must wear either “full” culture or “full” business attire. All diadems worn must have the standard “V” wrap. No sheer or revealing fabrics, as well as no form-fitting, low-cut, or form-showing garments should be worn. Sisters must wear long, ankle-length, free-flowing outer cultural garments (tops, skirts, or dresses). Brothers must wear loose-fitting, ankle-length cultural pants. Arms must be covered, and legs must be covered with appropriate leg stockings. No one with unclean garments, shoes, or diadems, and wearing false fingernails and makeup—lip gloss, lip stick, mascara, eye shadow, and the like—will be permitted to perform.
All performers must submit a video format for all proposed performances. Video formats must be qualitative, audible, and accompanied by the type-written words/lyrics of the song, recitation, poem, play, and music voiceovers. Voiceovers should be readings or recitations that are applicable to the themes, the feasts, KJV Bible stories, or parables. Your performance should not exceed seven (7) minutes. No rough drafts will be accepted. All submissions must be in their “final” stage.
Recitations: All recitations, plays, poems, welcomes, exordiums, including HIA, must adhere to paragraphs A and B above.
Music/Songs: All singers and musicians must adhere to paragraphs A and B above. In addition, no singing or playing of secular (worldly) songs to or . Except for spirituals created before 1920, the use of secular samples, melodies, or any portion of worldly music as original compositions is prohibited. Any one found violating this guideline shall be suspended from performing. Music choices are: music and “original” songs, instrumentals, and/or jazz compositions. All instrumental and jazz compositions must be accompanied by Scriptural or poetic voiceovers. (Persons doing the voiceovers, if not appearing on the stage, do not have to appear on your video submission.)
Dances: All dancers must adhere to paragraphs A and B above. In addition, dances must have a moral message. All instrumental dance music must be accompanied by voiceovers as stated in paragraph D. Dances must exemplify cultural connotations that represent the principles of chastity as taught by . Body movements should not be suggestive or sexually explicit, i.e., hip thrusts, hip rolls, gyrations, or clutching of the breast or crotch area.
All performances must be sent to The Feast Committee by April 28, 2017. Any performance received without registration is denied. The Feast Committee will respond to all unacceptable performances by May 22, 2017. Please mail your performance(s) to The Feast Committee, P. O. Box 1138, Seguin, TX 78156-1138.
Please see PDFs for Registration Forms