Crunch Time for Tabernacles Preparations
With Feast of Tabernacles just a little over a week away, it’s down to the deadline. A reminder that
unless you’re staying in a motel room or RV, you will need to bring your own bedding for the Rec Center. The dorm rooms have mattresses, but you must provide your own sleeping bag, blankets and pillows. If there are any incontinence issues in your family please bring a waterproof mattress cover. You will also need to bring your own washcloths and towels for showers. The thermostat for the dorm rooms will be set in the low 70s, so if you’re someone who sleeps best in a chilly room, you might bring a small electric fan.
Also, don’t forget to bring along crock-pots for meal prep, your clothing for dressing up for Western Day, and any supplies you might need for the Chuck Wagon Cook-off. Weather permitting, there will be a campfire each evening so include your camp chairs.
A list of acceptable items to wear is very helpful. Therefore, I have included our Dress Code below in
During times of worship:
* Dress shirts, collar shirt, and pants for men and boys.
* Dresses, skirts, or dress pants for women and young ladies.
* During services ladies must have their heads covered (scarves or hats) and men must keep their heads uncovered, 1Corinthians 11:5-7.
If you do not have dress attire for worship, please come in your best, as we are coming before the King of the Universe.
During other times at YRM please avoid immodest dress, including: low neckline, sleeveless, exposed back, skirt above the knees, exposed midriff, tight fitting, shorts, and see-through.
Two commercial refrigerators and chest freezers are available in the Activities Building kitchen area for those staying in the upstairs dorm rooms. Each of the downstairs rooms, which are reserved for the infirmed, has its own small refrigerator. Therefore, we ask that NO PERSONAL COOLERS OR ICE CHESTS be brought into the Activities Building. Also, since heat sources could be a major fire hazard, no heaters, clothes irons, hair irons, or candles are allowed in the dorm rooms.
If you are flying in and need public transportation, you will need to contact Mo-X, Missouri’s airport
shuttle service, to make arrangements to get you from the airport to the drop-off point. Call them toll-
free at: Toll Free 877-669-4826. Their schedules can be found online at reservations @ moexpress.com
For those flying to St. Louis your drop-off point will be in Kingdom City (approx. 30 min. from Holts
Summit); the drop-off point for those flying to Kansas City is Columbia (approx. 40 min. away). The
closest Greyhound bus station and Amtrak train station are both in Jefferson City, about a 10-minute
drive away. Please let us know immediately the day and time of your arrival at your drop-off point so
we can arrange to have you picked up.
When you arrive here, please remember to register so we will know you’re here and so you will know
exactly where you’ll be staying. Registration will begin next Friday, September 13, in the main entryway, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. May Yahweh bless your travels to His Feast!
Broadcasting During the Feasts
YRM will be broadcasting LIVE on the Day of Atonement (1:30 P.M like every other Sabbath) also every day during the Feast of Tabernacles. (10:30 A.M every morning for duration of the Feast). yrm.org/live