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AA Abib 1 New Year  Mar 14 15 Sun Mon
Abib 14 Passover
Unleavened Bread - Day 1
Apr 27 28 Sat Sun
Abib 20 Unleavened Bread - Day 7 Apr 2 3 Fri Sat
Abib 21 Wave Sheaf Offering Apr 3 4 Sat Sun
Siwan 11 Pentecost May 22 23 Sat Sun
Tishri 1 Trumpets Sep 7 8 Tue Wed
Tishri 10 Atonement Sep 16 17 Thu Fri
Tishri 15 Tabernacles Sep 21 22 Tue Wed
Tishri 22 Ingathering (Last Great Day) Sep 28 29 Tue Wed

• The scriptural 24-hour day begins at sunset on the first date with gray background.

• High Sabbaths are in Bold Type. Italics in Calendar indicate non-Sabbath Days.

• The daylight portion of the scriptural 24-hour day is in red type.

• Click on (a) through (i) for explanatory notes.

The following are two versions of printable Calendars in PDF format.

*24 Years to Jubilee of 2045

*For information regarding the Jubilee Year of 2045 please refer to the publication by Qadesh La Yahweh Press which is titled: The Sabbath and Jubilee Cycle.

Notes to Calendar

(a) All dates are calculated from the location of Jerusalem per the instructions from Isaiah 2:3, "...for out of Zion will the law go forth, and the word of Yahweh from Jerusalem."

Days begin on the first date at sundown and end on the second date at sundown. Dates and days marked in red indicate the daylight portion of the High Sabbath Day which begins at sundown of the previous day.

Abib 1 is beginning of Year 26 of the 70th Jubilee cycle calculated from the time that the Israelites began the count for the first Jubilee cycle in 1386/1385 B.C.E. in the land of Kaanan. The event of the Exodus took place in 1439/1438 B.C.E., Abib 1 to Abib 1 reckoning. There are 24 years remaining until the 70th Jubilee year, which will commence on Abib 1 of 2045. For more information see The Sabbath and Jubilee Cycle.

(b) Passover Day begins on the 14th day of Abib and is Day 1 of  the 7-day Festival of Passover/Unleavened Bread. (Exod. 12:6-2013:3-10, 34:18Luke 22:7) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation. For more information see The Festivals and Sacred Days of Yahweh.

(c) This is the day of the Wave Sheaf Offering which is the day after the weekly Sabbath of Passover Week (Lev. 23:9-11). Listed to determine date of Pentecost (Festival of Weeks). Not a High Sabbath or Sacred Convocation.

(d) Festival day 7 and last day of the 7-day Festival of Passover/Unleavened Bread. (Exod. 12:1613:6-7Lev. 23:8Num. 28:16-25Deut. 16:8). High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation.

(e) Fiftieth day from the Wave Sheaf Offering which is the day after the weekly Sabbath day that occurs during Passover Week. (Exod. 23:1634:22Lev. 23:15-16Deut. 16:9) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation. For more information see The Festivals and Sacred Days of Yahweh.

(f) First day of the seventh month. (Lev. 23:24Num. 29:1) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation.

(g) Tenth day of the seventh month. A day of fasting. (Lev. 16:29-3123:26-32Num. 29:7) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation.

(h) Festival Day 1 of the 8-day Festival of Ingathering. According to Scriptures, this first day along with the next 6 also constitute the 7-day Festival of Tabernacles. (Exod. 23:1634:22Lev. 23:33-39Num. 29:12Deut. 16:13; John 7:10) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation.

(i) Festival Day 8 (Last Great Day) of the 8-day Festival of Ingathering. In particular, this single day as well as the previous 7 days are collectively referred to as the Festival of Ingathering. (Exod. 23:16Lev. 23:3623:39Num. 29:35Neh. 8:18; John 7:37) High Sabbath and Sacred Convocation.

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Criteria for the New Moons

The following is the criteria, which is utilized by Qadesh La Yahweh Press, for determining the beginning of a new month (moon).

If the conjunction of the sun and moon occurs between sunset and sunrise, the night portion of the 24-hour day, this would indicate that the conjunction occurred within the last day of the month. Therefore the next sunset would mark the beginning of a new month (moon).

On the other hand, if the conjunction of the sun and moon occurs between sunrise and sunset, the daylight portion of the 24-hour day, the next sunset would mark the beginning of the last day of the month (moon). Therefore the beginning of the new month (moon) would occur at the second sunset.

For more information see Rules for the New Moon and The Beginning of the Year.

Gregorian Calendar Year

2021