Sabbath & Feast Schedule

Weekly Sabbath days are from Friday night at sunset to Saturday night at sunset. There are also a few Sabbath days during the biblical feasts throughout the year, some of which can land during the week. This varies year to year so look below to see the projected feast Sabbath days.

The Biblical Feast Days are reckoned by the sighting the new moon in Yerushalayim, (Jerusalem) Israel.  This is done twice per year. Once at the start of the Hebrew Year which is used to set the times for the Spring Feasts and once in the Fall to mark the times for the Fall Feasts. As soon as we see these new moons, we will updated the feast dates with actual dates and remove the projected dates. If you have any questions about the Hebrew Calendar or the Feast Schedule, we would love to hear from you. Please give us a call or shoot us an email for more information.

If you want to learn more on your own, the 23rd chapter of Leviticus in the Bible gives a clear outline to God’s appointed times and will give you a better understanding to the schedule listed below.