SPRING & FALL FEASTS OF YAHUAH

Below are the mandated moedim or feasts we observe as a fellowship. There are also other feasts that are not mandated that some in our fellowship also observe, such as Purim or Hanukkah. Click the blue Learn more button next to each feast for more info. There are also detailed videos pertaining to appointed times at the bottom of this page.

Tuesday, April 13th

New Moon of First Month
Hhodesh (beginning of Months)

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Monday, April 26th

Passover/Pesach &
the Feast of Unleavened Bread

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Sunday, June 20th

Pentecost/Shavuot

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Friday, October 8th (Starts Oct 7th at Sunset)

Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah begins at sunset on Thursday, October 7th and ends at sunset on Friday, October 8, 2021.

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Sunday, October 17th (starts sunset on Oct 16th)

Day of Atonement/Yom Kippurim begins at sunset on Saturday, October 16th and ends on Sunday, October 17, 2021.

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Friday, October 22nd (starts Oct 21st at Sunset)

In 2021, Sukkot begins at sundown on Thursday, October 21st, and ends at
sundown on Friday, October 29th. The last day is referred to as "The Last Great Day" or "The Eighth Day."

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Friday, October 29th

Last Great Day of the Feast

For more info on each Feast, click the plus sign below to expand.

SPRING FEASTS

Hhodesh is important as it is how we biblical count to know when to start the Spring Feasts and then subsequently the Fall Feasts.

To learn more about Hhodesh, click here.

In everything we do, we desire to follow Scripture over the traditions of man. The markers we see in Scripture (Aviv, barley sprout, new moon), all pertain to the Spring. Everything is new. Everything is fresh. When we look at the marker that is consistent when it comes to Spring, we look at the Spring equinox which every year is the same time, March 20th.

We will look at the two most popular ways or schools of thought of how people look at the calendar and when they start their count.

Method One: Some persons count from the closest New Moon to the Spring equinox. For example, if there is a New Moon 2-weeks or 3-weeks before the Spring equinox, then people start their count at the first sliver of light after that New Moon.

Method Two: In contrast to that, other persons, such as our assembly, always start our count with the sliver after the first New Moon, subsequent to the Spring equinox, after Spring has started. In other words, once Spring is here, we then look for the first new moon after Spring, and that's our count to Day One of the New Year. With the way we count according to Scripture, the new month never starts before the new year. Why would a new month start prior to a new year?

On the Gregorian calendar year 2021, a lot of people started their count with the new moon PRIOR to the Spring equinox. Ours started the first new moon AFTER the Spring equinox. That is why there is a month's separation from the feast dates.

Occasionally both methods of counting will end up with the same feast dates. This happens about every other year or every third year, and it happens at times because the nearest new moon to the Spring equinox is sometimes also the first new moon after Spring.

To recap, Judaism always takes the closest new moon, and we always take the first new moon after Spring is announced, which is founded in Scripture. We have a weekly Question & Answer Bible Study on Friday nights where further questions about this can be asked. In addition, there are full videos on our YouTube channel and website about the "Heavenly Calendar" that examine multiple Scriptures in detail pertaining to Yahuah's calendar, the Day, Year, Moon, Month, Evening, and similar topics. We have put two of those videos below.

WHEN: The Day of Pentecost or Shavuot begins at sunset on Saturday, June 19th, and ends at sunset on Sunday, June 20th. 

VIEW PDF STUDY:  https://assemblyofyahuah.com/pentecost-shavuot/

WHEN: Passover begins on Sunday, April 25th, and ends on 

FALL FEASTS

WHEN: The Feasts of Trumpets begins at sunset on Thursday, October 7th, and ends on Friday, October 8th.

SCRIPTURES: Leviticus 23:24-25Numbers 29:1-6Psalm 81:3Zephaniah 1:16Revelation 1:10

STUDIES: Video Playlist for Yom Teruah

WHEN: The Day of Atonement begins at sunset on Saturday, October 16th, and ends at sunset on Sunday, October 17th. 

SCRIPTURES: Leviticus 23:26-32Hebrews 9:22

STUDIES: Video playlist on Day of Atonement.

WHEN: Sukkot begins at sundown on Thursday, October 21st, and ends at sundown on Friday, October 29th.

SCRIPTURES: Exodus 23:16;34:22Leviticus 23:33-44Numbers 9:15-60, 29:12; 29:13-38Deuteronomy 16:13-15Ezra 3:42 Chronicles 8:12-13Ezekiel 45:25Nehemiah. 8:13–18Zechariah. 14:16–19Matthew 1:18-25Luke 2:1-20John 7:2-3

STUDIES: Video Playlist on Sukkot.

 

Videos about the Sabbath Day & Yahuah's Set-Apart Calendar

Detailed PDFS with scriptural references on the various feast (moedim) days...

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Feast of Tabernacles / Sukkot

Yom Teruah Feast of Trumpets

Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah

Pentecost Shavuot

Pentecost/Shavuot

Pesach (Passover) - Assembly of Yahuah - Shabbat Message and Discussion

Passover / Pesach & Unleavened Bread

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New Moon of First Month

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