A full scale model of the ancient Hebrew tabernacle (www.messiahsmansion.com) built in the wilderness by the Hebrew nation will be on display and available for tours at Carrier Park from Tuesday, August 28 – September 3.
Travel back over 3,000 years into the desert between Egypt and Israel where more that two million people banded together to build a tabernacle for their God. Each element in the tabernacle had deep significant meaning to the Hebrew people which will be explained in the tour.
Tours will run daily from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Messiah’s mansion tour is broken into five sections, each lasting about 15 minutes. Total time for each tour is 75 minutes. Like the Old Testament tabernacle, carried from camp to camp by the Hebrews in the wilderness, the replica spends a lot of time traveling. Messiah’s Mansion is based at Oklahoma Academy, in Harrah Oklahoma, but it is transported across the U.S., from Ventura California, on the west coast, to Cumberland, Maryland, on the east coast, and back again-nearly a dozen times a year.
Operated by the staff and students of Oklahoma Academy, Messiah’s Mansion has been in operation since 2003. The students along with many volunteers have completed over 50 exhibits in 20 states, Canada and Jamaica. Just to set up the Mansion in Carrier park will require 300 local volunteers to operate and 700 man hours of labor for set up done, after its arrival on the academy’s semi.
The written piece or press release did not mention that this is a Messianic Judaism group, evangelical by its nature and that the presentation will reflect this. Just pointing this out so that it is clearly understood. Thank you.