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Festival Dates for 2011 to 2020

When to observe the Feasts of God

                      FESTIVAL DATES FOR 2011 - 2020


Taken from the interactive calendar from the Website:
www.hebcal.com


2011



FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 17 - Sunday evening for observance.

Explanation: 

The Jewish calendar (and some Roman calendars) will always have 
"Passover" on the 15th day God's 1st month. This year 2011 it is 
marked as Tuesday April 19th.
The Jews are INCORRECT! What they have marked as Passover is
the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread (see all my studies
on Passover under "Sabbath and Feasts of God"). The 14th day of
the first month will ALWAYS be the day BEFORE the day the Jews have
marked as Passover day on their calendar (and some Roman calendars).
Hence this year of 2011 the 14th day of the 1st month is Monday
April 18th. But the Passover is observed at the BEGINNING of the 
14th day. God begins days at sunset/dusk - hence Sunday evening April 
17th on Roman calendar is the beginning of the 14th day of God's first
month.
So the Passover memorial - the night to be much observed - is April
17th, Sunday evening at sunset and into the night, going from Sunday
evening into the hours of Monday (at midnight) as we look at the 
Roman calendar.
The Passover day is the first Feast of God, BUT it is NOT a Sabbath.
The daylight hours work can be done, especially taking leaven out of
the home, and preparing for the Sabbath day (15th day on God's calendar)
of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Remember with God days begin in the
evening or the period we call dusk - sunset to darkness.
Unleavened Bread must be eaten for the Passover memorial service, but
the 14th day is NOT a day of unleavened bread - leavened bread can be
eaten after the Passover service. The days of just eating UN-leavened
Bread is the 7 days of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.


FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 19-25 (Tuesday to Monday, those
two of the 7 days being Holy Days)

PENTECOST - June 12 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 29 (Thursday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - October 8 (Saturday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 13 (Thursday) to 
October 19 (Wednesday) 
Thursday is a Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 20 (Thursday) - Holy Day



2012



FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 5 (observed evening before at sunset)
Thursday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 7-13 (Saturday to Friday),
those two days of the 7 days being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - May 27 - (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 17 - (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 26 (Wednesday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 1-7 (Monday to Sunday) 
Monday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 8 - (Monday) - Holy Day



2013


FEAST OF PASSOVER - March 24 (observed evening before at sunset)
Sunday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - March 26-April 1 (Tuesday to Monday)
(those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - May 19 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 5 (Thursday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 14 (Saturday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - September 19-25 (Thursday to Wednesday) 
Thursday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - September 26 (Thursday) - Holy Day



2014



FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 13 (observed evening before, at
sunset).
Sunday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 15-21 (Tuesday to
Monday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - June 8 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 25 (Thursday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - October 4 (Saturday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 9-15 (Thursday to
Wednesday). 
Thursday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 16 (Thursday) - Holy Day



2015


FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 2 (observed evening before, at
sunset).
Thursday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 4-10 (Saturady to
Friday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - May 24 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 14 (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 23 (Wednesday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - September 28 - October 4 (Monday
to Sunday). 
Monday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 5 (Monday) - Holy Day



2016


FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 21 (observed evening before, at
sunset).
Thursday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 23-29 (Saturady to
Friday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - June 12 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - October 3 (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - October 12 (Wednesday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 17-23 (Monday
to Sunday). 
Monday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 24 (Monday) - Holy Day



2017


FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 9 (at sunset).
Sunday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 11-17 (Tuesday to Monday, 
those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - June 4 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 21 (Thursday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 30 (Saturday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 5-11 (Thursday
to Wednesday). 
Thursday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 12 (Thursday) - Holy Day



2018


FEAST OF PASSOVER - March 29 (at sunset).
Thursday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - March 31 - April 6 (Saturday to
Friday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - May 20 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 10 (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 19 (Wednesday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - September 24-30 (Monday to Sunday) 
Monday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 1 (Monday) - Holy Day



2019


FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 18 ( at sunset).
Thursday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 20-26 (Saturday to
Friday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - June 9 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 30 (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - October 9 (Wednesday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 14-20 (Monday to Sunday) 
Monday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 21 (Monday) - Holy Day



2020


FEAST OF PASSOVER - April 7 (at sunset).
Tuesday evening for observance

FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - April 9-15 (Thursday to
Wednesday, those two days of the 7 being Holy Days)

FEAST OF PENTECOST - May 31 (Sunday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TRUMPETS - September 19 (Saturday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF ATONEMENT - September 28 (Monday) - Holy Day

FEAST OF TABERNACLES - October 3-9 (Saturday to Friday) 
Saturday is Holy Day

LAST GREAT FEAST - October 10 (Saturday) - Holy Day


NOTE:

PENTECOST must be COUNTED: from the Sunday after the WEEKLY
SABBATH that falls during the 7 days of Unleavened Bread -
7 weeks to be counted, or 49 days, and the 50th day is 
Pentecost. It will ALWAYS be on a SUNDAY.

If anyone finds I have not counted correctly please email me at
keithmalcolm742@gmail.com

All the above (except for counting to Pentecost) was taken from
the Website: www.hebcal.com     the Interactive Hebrew Calendar

The proof that the Jews have authority over the calendar is fully examined
in my studies on THE CALENDAR on this Website. All arguments to the
contrary are answered.



 
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