Feast Meetup Policy

By attending an AOY Feast MeetUp, you agree to abide by the following rules:

Children Policy

  • Quiet time is from 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. for all attendees, especially children.
  • Children should always be within sight of their parent or guardian due to wildlife and potentially unfamiliar visitors; vigilant supervision is required at all times.
  • Parents or guardians should ensure a peaceful atmosphere during our studies and gatherings. Bring quiet activities like coloring books or drawing materials.
  • Provide emergency contact information and any important medical details about your children before attending.
  • Understand if an adult in the community gently redirects your child in case of misbehavior. This is not personal.

Shared Kitchen Policy

  • Store food in containers labeled with your name.
  • Refrain from disposing of or consuming anyone else's food without permission.
  • A communal shelf will be available for shared ingredients like spices and condiments. Ensure this shelf is labeled as communal.
  • Clean up after yourself, including washing dishes and wiping down surfaces.
  • Coordinate with others when using the shared kitchen.

Pet Policy

  • Pets are allowed in cabins and motel rooms but not in the meeting room or kitchen.
  • No pets in the Women’s Premier cabin where multiple individuals are lodging.
  • Pets are permitted in the campground area and trails but not in public facilities.
  • Pets must be confined or kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and supervised.
  • Proof of current rabies vaccination is required for pets.
  • Pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.
  • Service dogs are welcome in all facilities at no additional charge (emotional support animals are not considered service dogs under Virginia's disability law).

Code of Conduct

  • No smoking of illegal substances or consuming hard liquor. Please also refrain from cigarette and cigar smoking, especially during group gatherings.
  • No use of profanity.
  • Modest dress is required. This includes avoiding clothing that reveals cleavage and avoiding tight-fitted clothing for both males and females. Men should not be shirtless. Please wear shoes when outside.
  • While our elders see wearing blue ribbons or tzitzits as a command in Scripture, and head coverings as an ordinance in Scripture when believers are assembled, they support everyone in obeying their personal convictions. Your choice to wear or not wear these items is between you and Yahuah & not an expectation or requirement for attending feast gatherings or fellowshipping with the assembly.
  • During immersions, please ensure that your attire is not see-through.
  • Engage with fellow attendees in a respectful and considerate manner. Treat others with kindness, understanding, and respect at all times.
  • No passing out of literature not approved by the elders; please also refrain from correcting others on how to pronounce our heavenly Father's Name; avoid being the "name police" or "pronunciation police"

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