Sukkot, known as the Feast of Tabernacles in our English Bibles, is one of God's appointed times outlined in Leviticus 23. It has both a retrospective and future/prophetic meaning. It looks back to the time of God's provision for the Israelites in the wilderness as God trained them to trust Him for provision and direction before they entered the Promised Land. Sukkot is a time to express thanksgiving for God's concern and faithful provision for our physical needs. Sukkot also looks to the future when Jesus will tabernacle with us and we will rule and reign with Him.
Sukkot is a celebration of God's goodness and faithfulness and is a time for renewing family relationships and friendships. At this event, we will have a time of teaching about Sukkot, and a time of celebrating God's goodness to us. We will decorate the sukkah and enjoy fellowship and snacks together in it.