Bring your family and friends
to the beautiful Ozarks
to celebrate Sukkot
We have a week of activities for the entire family! There are indoor and outdoor games, including a community trivia game night and a Family Games outdoor event. We are also hosting a talent show, which is open to all attendees to share their talents. For the more adventurous there are hiking trails on the campus and numerous fishing opportunities nearby. Sunday will include a Marketplace followed by an old-fashioned Hymn-Sing that evening!
Click below to view and download the schedule of activities!
We will provide a few of the meals and host a few potblessings. For the other meals, we encourage families to bring their own food and meet in the dining room or patio for "picnic-style" meals throughout the week.
Click on the button below for more detailed information regarding the food and meals at our 2021 Sukkot gathering!
The Love & Purity Campus is located in Patterson, MO, in the easternmost part of the Ozark Mountains.
Our campus encompasses over 60 acres surrounded by the Mark Twain National Forest.
We are 30 minutes from a grocery store and 45 minutes from other shopping. Sam A. Baker State Park is 15 miles away. The surrounding area has plenty of lakes and a river for the fisherman and explorers.
FULL WEEK PRICE (Sun-Tues)
Max Family price $300
Adults 18+ $60
Children 6-17 $30
Children 0-5 $FREE
WEEKEND PRICE (Fri-Mon)
Max Family price $150
Adults 18+ $30
Children 6-17 $15
Children 0-5 $FREE
Registration Deadline: Closed
We have the following accommodations available for the Sukkot event:
RV Sites with 30 amps and water ($20/night)
RV Sites with 50 amps and water ($25/night)
Tent with electricity ($5) - you must bring your own extension cord
Dorm ($10 per person per night)
House/Apartment/Cabin: We have a limited number of these available and they are of varying sizes. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com to inquire. ($50-125 per night)
Contact us if you are interested in staying an extra night
"The whole community that had returned from exile made booths and lived in them. They had not celebrated like this from the days of Joshua son of Nun until that day. And there was tremendous joy!"