Expected Feast Dates

These dates may be a day different depending on the sightings of the moons! These are just expected times for planning purposes.
* All holy-days start the evening before at sunset.

Feast of Passover/Peach: Wednesday, April 12th –
Feast of Unleavened Bread/Chag Ha Matzot: Thursday, April 13th – Wednesday, April 19th
Feast of Weeks/Shavuot: Sunday,June 4th
Day of Trumpets/Yom Teruah: Friday, September 22nd
Day of Atonements/Yom Kippurim: Sunday, October 1st
Feast of Tabernacles/Sukkot: Friday, October 6th – Thursday, October 12th
Last Great Day: Friday, October 13th

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  1. Stella White

    How do we acknowledge AHBA YAHUAH’S appointed days

  2. HCB

    Are these dates for 2017? If so, April 12th is not a Thursday, it is a Wednesday. So does Passover start on Wednesday 12th or Thursday, 13th?

    1. Mark Harris

      It is Wednesday, the 12th.

      1. lizette

        just to confirm…. passover was at sunset on the 12th of april? is the dates for south africa the same?

        1. lizette

          ok please scrath that question. just watched your video “the creator’s calendar”. i understand now that the first day of the month starts ON the day the new moon was sighted. thank you & shalom

  3. Dom

    Hallo, weiß jemand ob sie Gerste schon den Aviv Zustand hat für das Jahr 2017? Der Neumond wird ja nächste Woche gesichtet.

    Schabbat Schalom

  4. Bob Young

    Since Weds Sept 16th evening would make the previous month to be 31 days, I assume you are considering the evening (night) of Sept 15th to be the beginning of the 1st day of the seventh month and sunset of the 16th to be the conclusion of that day. Is that correct?

    1. Ed

      That would be correct.

  5. Janice Andreyka

    Thank you, I am looking for a listing of the holy days for this year 2015 to be
    used for the observance of each holy day… and to learn how to find the moon
    phase myself also. Thx so much, Janice and Joe

    1. Mark Harris

      This link Shows the Feast Dates for 2015
      http://whenisthenewmoon.com/expected-feast-dates/

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