Messiah's Mansion: Life-size Replica of the Ancient Hebrew Tabernacle
The Messiah's Mansion traveling exhibit brings the Akron area a chance to learn a little bit of ancient history through a living museum. Travel back over 3,000 years into the desert between Egypt and Palestine where over 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 and this tour will bring each symbol to life. Messiah's Mansion will be at Christian Healthcare Ministries at 127 Hazelwood Ave., Barberton, OH 44203 during August 3-11, 2013. Free tours of the Messiah's Mansion exhibit will run from 1-7 pm daily.
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About Messiah's Mansion
Operated by the staff and students of Oklahoma Academy in Harrah, Oklahoma, Messiah’s Mansion has been in operation since 2003. The students along with many volunteers have completed 46 exhibits in 15 states, Canada and Jamaica. No matter where the Messiah's Mansion Tabernacle goes it is guaranteed to generate interest from schools, history buffs and families. In October of 2008 the Messiah's Mansion exhibit drew over 10,000 visitors during its nine day stop in Chattanooga, TN.