It will be raised at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 8700 N. Rodney Parham Road in early October.
From October 8 - 15 there will be free tours every 15 minutes daily from 1PM to 7PM. Tours for clergy will be also given on October 7.
The Messiah's Mansion tour is broken into five sections, each lasting about 15 minutes.
Visitors can travel back over 3,000 years into the desert between Egypt and Israel where more than two million people, as commanded, built a tabernacle for their God.
Tour guides will explain how:
- Each element in the tabernacle had deep significant meaning to the Hebrew people
- The sanctuary outlines the footprints of Jesus Christ in Earth's history
- Events in the Old Testament sanctuary relate to what takes place in God's people today
The modern tabernacle is built to scale and is intended to look just like the original did to the Hebrews.
The Old Testament tabernacle was carried from camp to camp by the Hebrews in the wilderness. The replica is transported across the U.S., from Ventura, CA on the West Coast, to Cumberland, MD on the East Coast, and then back again--nearly a dozen times a year.
It has been exhibited in over 80 locations including Hawaii, Canada and Jamaica. Messiah's Mansion is based at Oklahoma Academy, in Harrah, Oklahoma.
Click here for a sneak peek.
For more information call (501) 352-3488.