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Yearly Feast Schedule
Last updated on September 7, 2019

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Spring Feast

April 19th Friday Passover Sedar/meal 7pm Feast of Unleavened Bread April 20th -26th
Sunset 7:55 pm starts Holy day till sunset April 20th (Saturday) it is the holy day and weekly Sabbath - no work! We eat no leaven this week and we eat unleavened bread every day for the week!! Sunday April 21st First Fruit Service at 1PM This is day our Lord raised from the dead -Feast of Unleavened Bread Goes to April 26th Friday a Sabbath holy day no work (starts Thursday at sunset) Service will be 12pm Friday –we have back to back Sabbath services- the Holy day starting Thursday night till Friday night then the weekly Sabbath 
JUNE 9th Pentecost/Shavuot Sunday 12PM service
Starts Sunset Saturday ends Sunday at Sunset
So we have back to back Sabbaths the whole week end is a Sabbath!!
Fall Feast schedule for 2019

Sept 29/30th Sunday/Monday Feast of Trumpets Sunset Sunday at 7:13 PM starts the Sabbath -sunset 7:12 on Monday ends Sabbath-Service will be 7pm on Sunday (Holy Day Sabbath)
Oct 9th Wed Day of atonement (Yom Kippur) starts sunset7:02 pm Oct 8th Tuesday- 
We are to afflict are souls which means we fast that day!!  We will come together at 6:00 pm for prayer and fasting sunset is 7:01 will break our fast together with a meal on wed.
FOT/Sukkot Oct 14th-20th Monday (Sabbath starts sunset Sunday 6:57pm) the two high holy day starts Sunday evening end on Monday eveningOct 21st last great day

Rosh Chodesh (New Month) Celebration at 7pm (begins at sunset) for this Hebrew Year on Gregorian calendar
April 5th Friday (Nisan 1)  , May 5th Sunday (Iyar 1) , June 3rd Monday (Sivan 1) , July 3rd Wednesday (Tammuz 1) ,
August 2nd Friday (Av 1) , August 31st Saturday (Elul 1) , September 29th Sunday (Tishri 1) , October 29th Tuesday (Heshvan 1) , November 28th Thursday (Kislev 1) , December 28th Saturday (Tevet 1), Jan 26th 2020 Sunday (Shevat 1), Feb 25th Tuesday (Adar 1),

Here is link to calendar we use for the holidays and Rosh Chodesh we celebrate