The Feast of Tabernacles 2023

September 29 – October 6

The Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering signifies the harvest of souls to be consummated at the return of Christ as King over the earth.

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2023 Theme

Family Life: Turning Hearts Toward God and Family Members

Every year, our fellowship observes the following Feasts: the Feast of Tabernacles, the Feast of Passover, and the Feast of Pentecost—all under the Gospel.

Annual attendees come to Fairwood mostly from Florida, Georgia, New York, New Hampshire, and Maine. We span all ages, come from all walks of life, and have one thing in common: devotion to our Lord Jesus Christ.

This convention’s focus will be on strengthening the family unit through the power of God.

“Jesus loves every family as well as every family member, and the gospel of Jesus meets every need.” — Neil Sandford, speaker

Come and join us! Strengthen and be strengthened.


What To Expect

Meals. Meetings. Fellowship. Prayer. Worship.

Main services and activities begin Friday morning September 29th at 9:00 a.m. and run through Monday evening, October 2nd. Topics covered include God’s Heart for Families, Children, Worship, Marriage, God’s Pattern for Family Life, Trusting God, Forgiveness, and Communication. 

From October 3rd through 6th, expect Chapel services in the mornings and meetings in the evenings. You’ll be able to attend Fairwood Bible Institute’s classes: Harmony of the Four Gospels and an in-depth study of a Pauline epistle.

Some Highlights:

Classical Worship

Join us in singing powerful, truth-exalting hymns that point our eyes to the Creator.

Men and Women’s Meetings:
Godly Husbands & Godly Wives

On Sunday, October 1 at 4:00 pm, we separate into groups to receive specialized edification.

Family Activities

Workshops, sports and games, singing, and more are scheduled to promote family unity.

Saturday Mini-Hike

Joe Brown of Florida will host a leisurely mini-hike up the steepest hill on Fairwood grounds, which promises a great view.

Featured Meeting

Attack On The Family

Neil Sandford

Friday, September 29 at 9:00 a.m.

“As a father, grandfather and pastor, my life is dedicated to spreading the gospel, which includes building up the family. My service will show how the family is under a direct and indirect attack. We all need to be wise to the enemy’s schemes and build fresh bulwarks to fend off the attacks.  Jesus loves every family as well as every family member and the gospel of Jesus meets every need.”

“We all need to be wise to the enemy’s schemes and build fresh bulwarks to fend off the attacks.”

Featured Meeting

Family Mission

John Lackie

Saturday, September 30 at 7:00 p.m.

John (President of Kingdom Christian Ministries) will discuss the benefits of a Family Mission Statement, and how to develop one for your family.

Featured Meeting

Sabbath Service

Dan Murray

Saturday, September 30

Dan will be leading a Sabbath service with a focus on the worship of Jesus, “the Lord of the Sabbath” who brings peace and healing to our troubled hearts. There will also be teaching on developing family Sabbath practices that strengthen family relationships with God and one another. 

Featured Meeting

Public Worship & Marriage

Pastors Robert Adams
and William Abram

Sunday, October 1 at 10:30 a.m.

While leading the Sunday worship service, Pastor Robert Adams and Pastor William Abram will share core principles of a godly marriage that are transferable to any relationship in our lives. It’s for everyone! 

Ordained in 1985, Robert Adams has since pastored in New Hampshire, Georgia, New York, and Canada. He has also lived in Jerusalem for 7 years, during which he was commited to intercessory prayer. Father of 8 children and a devoted husband to Sue, he is currently the Pastor at Fairwood Bible Chapel and a teacher at Fairwood Bible Institute, his alma mater. 


Pastor William Abram has served congregations in California, Washington, and Georgia. He currently serves as Pastor at Open Door Chapel in McDonough, GA. He was bi-vocational for many years, working in the residential construction field as a general contractor. He brings a lot of practicality to the ministry.

Featured Meeting

Capitol Prayer Campaign

Bobby & Becky Godfrey
Dan & Lisa Chaffin

Sunday, October 1 at 9 a.m.

Two couples, Bobby and Becky Godfrey alongside Dan and Lisa Chaffin, will embark on a journey across the United States, visiting state capitols and praying for the nation and our leaders.

Come and support their endeavors to set up prayer stations, to connect with local ministries, and to prayerfully take territory in the heavenlies by tearing down strongholds.


Fairwood Bible Institute

18 Fairwood Dr, Dublin, NH 03444

Fairwood is located in the picturesque town of Dublin, New Hampshire, in the heart of the Monadnock region in the southwest corner of the state, one hour from Manchester, the state’s largest city, and two hours from Boston, Massachusetts.

Situated at the foot of Mt. Monadnock, Fairwood has a grand view of the mountain from its grounds. The surrounding woodlands and rural location, the accessibility of Dublin Lake just one mile away, and the beautiful seasonal changes all contribute to a peaceful atmosphere that helps people connect with the presence of God.

General Inquiries

(603) 563-8492


18 Fairwood Dr
Dublin, NH 03444