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Sarah Liberman and Band at the Southern Steps in Jerusalem during Succot

Come join us

this year for an extraordinary spiritual experience in Israel!

With great joy and anticipation, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem looks forward to warmly welcoming you to this year’s Feast of Tabernacles. It is is going to be an amazing, life-changing event! We are trusting the Lord to refresh and transform many lives during this special appointed time.


This year’s Feast gathering will be held from 29 September – 06 October 2023 under the theme “King of all the Earth.” Make sure to join us for this wonderful time of worship, proclamation of the Word, and prayer, as we join with believers from around the world to keep the biblical festival of Succot (Zechariah 14:16).


Why do Christians come up to Jerusalem each year to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles?

Feast of Tabernacles Roll Call of the nations


The Feast of Tabernacles, or Succot, is a unique Jewish holiday in which the Gentile nations were invited to come up to Jerusalem to worship the Lord during this "appointed time".

(Numbers 29:12-35, 2 Chronicles 6:32-33, Isaiah 56:7, Matthew 21:13)


The most visible symbol of Succot is the fragile small booths around Israel which symbolizes their forty years in the Wilderness, when God faithfully provided for them. Jewish families are commanded to dwell in these 'succah' for the eight days of the Feast (Leviticus 23:33-43), and as Christians observing this tradition, we mirror the character of putting our total dependence on a promise-keeping God through the toughest of times.


Succot holds the great prophetic call that throughout the Messianic Age, the entire world will come celebrate this grand Feast as it marks the glorious moment when Jesus comes to take up the throne of David in Jerusalem

(Zechariah 14:16)

A message from our President Dr. Jürgen Bühler

I look forward to seeing you here in Jerusalem for the Feast of Tabernacles this year to glorify and honor the King of all the Earth.

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