Feast Information Thru - 2030

The Annual Festivals

The Biblical Holy Days are the ordained Festivals of God as recorded in the Scriptures. Within these Annual Festivals there are seven Annual Sabbaths or "Holy Convocations" in addition to the weekly Sabbath which is also a Holy Convocation. On these Sabbaths work is restricted.


(Based on Gods Calendar, calendar as stated in scripture.) "These are the feasts of the Lord, even holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons." (Lev 23:4) 

You may find that many have broken down Tabernacles calling for the last day to be a separate date, it is not.


Calendars

History has shown us that the Jews CHANGED THE CALENDAR approximately four centuries after Christ's death, and substituted in its place a "fixed," artificial calendar which has changed the Holy Days, and POSTPONED these days by adding Jewish traditions to the calendar! The Jews themselves admit to this change! It can be clearly documented in the Jewish Encyclopedia, and many other Jewish books that deal with the subject. The calendar issue can be seen as a test of who you will follow, God or man.


A Simple Formula for Figuring the start of the new year


NOTE that all begin the evening before
* The Passover service itself is held just after Sunset the evening before
* First day and last day are a Sabbath

Keep in mind that these dates must be verified by the state of the barley!

We are only giving an estimate here as to when the annual biblical feasts will occur based on the visibility of the new moon.

2021 Early Dates

Date

Passover **/Unleavened Bread

March 27 - May 3

Feast of Firstfruits

May 23

Trumpets

September 8

Atonement 

September 17

Tabernacles*

September 22 - 29

2021 Late Dates

Date

Passover **/Unleavened Bread

April 27 - May 4

Feast of Firstfruits

June 4

Trumpets

October 8

Atonement 

October 17

Tabernacles*

October 22 - 29