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Sukkot 2023
Friday September 29-

Friday October 6

Sukkot is the annual festival that reminds us of our time in temporary dwellings (Exodus period, and Mortality) and the future coming of Messiah to create a permanent dwelling (New earth and Immortality.)
We invite you to join Be One Fellowship to celebrate Sukkot (Feast of Tab
ernacles). We will enjoy a full week of activities, fellowship, worship services, children's events and fireside chats. The week will be thought provoking, spiritually uplifting and incredibly fun. Whether you can come for the entire week, the weekend or just take part in some of the activities plan now to be at G-d's appointed time (moed.)

Our campground offers many opportunities for activities including, hiking, games of all kinds, swimming in the lake or pool, indoor activities such as ping pong and board games, indoor children's playground. We have a schedule of activities which are all free and optional.


Each morning after breakfast we will all enjoy a Campfire Torah Discussion.  The children will have their own Torah time during this morning session. Each meal time (see meal plans) around the table will also provide opportunities for fellowship and some special surprise moments. 

Each evening we will have a different event that will encourage our spiritual growth. 

WHERE: Hargis Campground (Hargis Road, Chelsea Alabama),
WHO: Open to all.
AccommodationsTent, Cabin and RV Camping is available and registration is required. You can reserve a full week OR weekend only (Friday-S
unday.)  Go to the Camping Registration button to pick your spot and get registered. 



Meal Plans: We offer a full week or weekend (Friday-Sunday) plans for individuals and families. Click the Meal Plans Button for menu, price and details. 


Here are a few highlighted community events.

  • Friday September 29: Community Shabbat Dinner and Celebration:

    • Join us as we gather to open the Sukkot week. We will have dinner at 6 and service at 7. Dinner registration is required.

    • Introduction of the theme for the week and a campfire around the as

  • Saturday Morning Torah Service: At 10 am we will have a Torah service with praise and worship, dance, teaching and a midrash discussion on the meaning of Sukkot followed by immersions in the lake.

  • Sunday: We begin our week of morning themed discussions. This years theme is "Seek, Stand, See."

  • Tuesday Evening : Real Time Torah: Dinner is open to everyone at 6 and the service will begin at 7 at the campground. 

  • Thursday Evening: Talent show with awards. Prepare now to glorify G-d with your talent.

  • Friday Night Shabbat Worship: The Hashanah Rabbah service to close out the week will be a time of worship and testimonies. 

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