The feast will run Oct. 10 through 13 with services in the morning at 11, Friday through Sunday, and evening at 7:30 Thursday through Saturday. There will not be a Sunday evening service.
“Each year many delegates from across the nation gather in Benton for this great and exciting time of fellowship and spiritual renewals,” noted Bishop John W. Preacherman” McCann.
McCann, his wife Hazel and the congregation at Mercy’s Tabernacle are hosting the event.
McCann, founder and pastor at Mercy Tabernacle, spend many years traveling conducting evangelistic revivals.
He said many people who have been in the revivals and had their lives changed, travel hundreds of miles to attend the Feast of Pentecost.
“What singing, shouting, preaching is heard. This is our spiritual heritage,” McCann said. There will be “tongue-talking, shouting and highly anointed praise and worship.”
McCann noted Hazel Hembree on the Hammond organ “will make you shout your shoes off. This music, worship and anointed preaching will stir your soul, bringing deliverance and healing ot many souls.”
Evangelists, pastors, missionaries will also be presenting their testimonies.
There will be a meal served after the day and evening service.
Mercy Tabernacle is located at 442 Clemmer Ferry Road in Benton.
For information, call 423-299-9139 or 423-628-8027.