Passover/Feast of Unleavened Bread 2019. The Passover Seder will be Saturday evening, April 20. The first day of Unleavened Bread is April 21, and the last day is April 27. Because Passover is on a seventh-day Sabbath, guests are welcome to arrive on Friday, April 19.

Dates and Times

The next event will be Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread. The Passover seder will take place Saturday, April 20, at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 21 and Saturday, April 27 are the first and last holy day of unleavened bread.

At our feasts, we have events scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. each day, with breaks throughout the day. We offer children’s class for children age 3 – 7 and youth class for children age 8-13 during the mid-day session. Those 14 and older are welcome to join the adult sessions. For parents with children under three, you are welcome to bring them to the children’s class but you (or a sibling age 12 or older) must remain with your child at all times. Children are allowed in the main hall during the speaking sessions with their parents’ oversight.We may be live broadcasting and recording the main speaking sessions, so parents need to ensure that children need to play quietly.

Preparing for your visit

What to bring:

  • Food: There will be no community meals other than the Passover seder. Each attendee will need to bring their own food for the entire feast. There are camp stoves in the cabins. There will be limited shared refrigerator space available in the main meeting hall.
  • Bedding: sheets and blankets (or sleeping bag) and pillows. (Mattresses are provided.)
  • Power: We are off-grid. The main generator will be on from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. If you want power after hours, or power to supplement small electronics in your lodging, you will need to bring your own generator. Please note that you will be unable to use the showers when the generator is not running.
  • Towels and toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush and paste, etc). Hot showers are available between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m..
  • Rubber boots and umbrellas (optional, but it is the rainy season)
  • Indoor shoes for the main meeting hall
  • Water bottles (filtered water available in the main meeting hall)
  • Flashlight (no gas lanterns, please)
  • Warm clothes, jackets. Evenings can get quite cool this time of year
  • Quiet activities for children during evening meeting (colouring books, etc)

Facility Rental Suggested Donations:

  • Cabins with power* from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.: $25 per person per night (Children 12 and under free, 13 – 18 $10 per night).
  • Tents (no power): $15 per person per night (Children 12 and under free, 13 – 18 $5 per night).
  • RV space (no power): $20 per person per night (Children 12 and under free, 13 – 18 $5 per night). Must provide your own generator.
  • If you are blessed by the fellowship and messages, we also need your on-going support in the way of tithes and offerings so that we can continue to host events, produce podcasts and videos, and to spread the gospel to the world. Ministry books and DVDs are available for purchase.

*Power: We are off grid, using generators for electricity. We cannot accommodate guest appliances such as electric coffee makers or other such devices. If you would like coffee, there is a coffee maker available in the main lodge for your use.  Please bring your preferred blend and creamer (sugar is available).

Volunteering: Because we do not have paid staff, all visitors are asked to help in with helping around the camp, cleaning, preparing firewood, etc.

No pets please. We already have cats, dogs, and free-range chickens living at the camp. Extra animals put our pets and livestock at risk. If you must bring a pet, it must be restrained at all times. You must clean up after your pet at all times. No pets in the cabins or other buildings at any time.

Meals: The camp will not be serving meals. Each family will bring their own food.  Please make sure everything is Biblically kosher. The meeting hall kitchen will not be available for visitor cooking. The stoves will not be functioning. There will be limited refrigeration and freezer space, apportioned equally for each family. Bring your own cooler, or food that does not require refrigeration.  The kitchen can be used for washing dishes. Each family will be responsible for their own clean up.

Schedule (times are approximate):

  • 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: Tamiyd/Prayer time. Women in round house, men in cabin three/studio.
  • 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.: Breakfast break/free time
  • 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.: Adult session in main hall, children’s sessions (locations to be announced)
  • 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.: Free time
  • 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.: Afternoon Tamiyd/Prayer time. Main meeting hall.
  • 4:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.: Supper break
  • 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.: Worship in music, Main meeting hall.
  • 6:45 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.: Evening meeting

Registration

To register for this event, please click the following link: Register here

Things you need to know

Everyone in attendance must sign a liability waiver. Roaming the forest is done at your own risk. We are in a wilderness area, so there is a good deal of wildlife in the area. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all time, and remain in after dark (either main hall or cabin).

Camp Tamiyd offers some beautiful views. Click on each photo below to view them in full size:

Map and Directions

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Directions

HWY 33 to Westbridge, British Columbia.

Turn onto Christian Valley Road. After passing the 59 Km marker (each kilometer is marked with a red sign on this active forestry service road), turn onto Rendell Creek Road. Travel approximately 4.5 km to our driveway on the right. (At approximately 2.5 km there is a private driveway to the right, be sure to stay left on Rendell Creek Road.) There is an HTSM ministry sign posted at our driveway. (During winter months, Rendell Creek Road in only snowplowed up to our driveway, making our driveway almost indistinguishable from the road. During the other seasons, you will turn right into our driveway.)

Please be cautious on the forestry roads. The logging trucks treat these roads as single lane freeways. Keep wide around corners and practice defensive driving.

Rendell Creek Ranch, vintage archives.

Rendell Creek Ranch, vintage archive photo from the late 1970’s.

Come for YHWH’s feast!

Come and enjoy Bible study and fellowship the way YHWH requested, a three-day’s journey into the wilderness.

If you are new to keeping the feasts you will be blessed as you begin to realize why God has asked His people to come for these celebrations. The feasts teach the plan of salvation and God’s ultimate plan for this world.

Current Google Earth view of Camp Tamiyd:

Come and enjoy the rich blessing of the feast and spiritual renewal this spring in at Rendell Creek Ranch.

Rendell Creek Ranch log cabins.

Rendell Creek Ranch log cabins.

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