Shalom brothers and sisters. In this post and video, I wanted to share the dates we will be celebrating YHWH’s Festivals, for this coming year. These dates will be different than mainstream Hebrew calendars. If you have not seen the breakdown of our current understanding of the calendar yet, here are some links:
Calculating the Feast Days (Video Link)
Calculating the Feast Days (Article Link)
FREE CALENDAR DOWNLOAD
2021-2025 Downloadable Calendar PDF (Calendar Link)
We will be sharing dates according to the gregorian calendar, so that you have all the information you need for requesting off for work and other obligations.
HEBREW NEW YEAR
New Moon Festival (Numbers 10:10) – Evening of Mar 22nd (Sighting the New Moon sliver in the West at Sunset) Hebrew New Year (not a Sabbath).
PESACH (PASSOVER & UNLEAVENED BREAD)
Passover Meal: Evening (Sunset) on the 5th of Apr
Week of Unleavened bread: (Begins with the Passover Meal) Evening of the 5th of Apr to Apr 12th at evening
First Fruits: Evening of April 8th to the evening of April 9th (not a Sabbath).
Shavuot / Pentecost
Shavuot: Evening of May 27th to the evening of May 28th
Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets
Yom Teruah will be celebrated at the sighting of the new moon on Sept 16th at evening (sunset). The festival will last until the evening (sundown) on Sept 17th.
Day of Atonement
The Day of Atonement will be celebrated on the evening of Sep 25th to the Evening of the 26th.
Feast of Tabernacles / Sukkot
Sukkot will be celebrated from the evening of Sept 30th until the evening of Oct 9th. The first Sabbath will be from the evening of Sept 30th until the evening of October 1st. The last Sabbath of Tabernacles will be from the evening of the 7th until the evening of the 8th.
HOW TO CELEBRATE
Located within our Feast Days of YHWH playlist, we do our best to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding these most amazing days. We cover the basics of ‘how to’ celebrate each one.
May Yahuah bless you as you cast off the world’s celebrations and walk in his everlasting ways, regardless of when you will keep these set-apart days. Never let anyone discourage you from leaving the pagan ways and running into his arms!
Shalom and blessings!