Hebrew Calendar 2017-18

2016-17, Hebrew Calendar, Hebrew Moedim, Feasts of Yehovah, Passover, Shavuot, Feast of Weeks, Feast of Unleavened bread, Yom Teruah, Day of Trumpets, Day of Shouting, rosh hashanah, Yom Kippur, Yom Kippurrim, Day of Atonement, Day of Coverings, Day to Afflict Your Souls, Sukkot, Feast of Tabernacles, Spring Feasts, Fall FeastsThis Is The Current, Sighted New Moon, Hebrew Calendar

Last Updated 5/17/17

This calendar is updated once “the aviv barleyis found and the renewed moon is sighted each year.

The faithful servant does know the time that the Master is coming and is ready and waiting for Him.

Below is our new moon and feast day schedule for Yehovah’s people, true Israel.

Hebrew Calendar New Moons

   Month On the
Evening of:
Day of
Month
1st Wed., 3-29-17 30th
2nd Thur., 4-27-17 29th
3rd Sat., 5-27-17 29th
4th Sun., 6-25-17 29th
5th Mon., 7-24-17 29th*
6th Wed., 8-23-17 30th*
7th Thur., 9-21-17 29th*
8th Sat., 10-21-17 30th*
9th Mon. 11-20-17 30th*
10th Tue.,12-19-17 29th*
11th Thur., 1-18-18 30th*
12th Sat., 2-17-18 29th*
1st/13th Sun., 3-18-18 29th*

*Michael Didier used a program called LunaCal 4.0 to calculate these dates
and only an actual sighting in Israel makes them official.
Some of these expected sightings will require very clear weather.

Hebrew Calendar Moedim (Feasts of Yehovah)
All these feasts begin the previous evening at sunset and are contingent
on the actual sighting of the new moon in the 1st and 7th month.

Day of event
Feast Day
Wed., April 12th Preparation Day & Passover
Becoming as One Born in the Land
Thur, April 13th* –
Wed., April 19th*
Unleavened Bread / Chag HaMatzot
Sun., June 4th* Pentecost / Shavuot / First Fruit Wheat Harvest
Fri., Sept. 22st* Day of Alarm/Shouting/Blowing
Yom Teruah
Sun., Oct. 1st* Day of Coverings / Yom Kippurim
Fri., Oct. 6th* –
Thur., Oct. 12th
Tabernacles / Sukkot
Fri., Oct. 13th* Eighth Day

* Holy Convocation / High Sabbath / Day of Rest

Here is printable PDF of the 2017-18 Hebrew Calendar (Last Updated 5/17/17)

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