The Almighty has given a wonderful gift to those who believe in him: The Feasts of the LORD.
The biblical feast days show us the “end from the beginning!” The very act of celebrating the Feasts of the LORD reveals the Almighty’s plan of salvation from prophecy, through Yeshua’s first coming, to the blueprint for his return.
By celebrating these biblical feast days — Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Feast of First Fruits, Shavuot (Pentecost), the Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles — we send a message to the world that we belong to our Messiah, that we are different than everyone else.
This page contains the dates for the Feasts of the LORD based on the Creator’s calendar, a calendar that, like the biblical feast days, is different than what the rest of the world observes.
As such, the Creator’s calendar gives us the true, biblical answer to the question, “When are the Biblical Holy Days?”
Through careful study and reinstated practice of ancient time keeping, along with the help of modern technology from the likes of NASA, the Creator’s calendar has emerged as the most accurate calendar for observing time and the Feasts of the LORD in the way that the Almighty originally intended in the Garden of Eden.
Take note of the dates of this year’s biblical feasts on this page, according to your regular calendar, and click here to see how these wonderful events tie into the profound simplicity of the Creator’s calendar .
- Purim – Sundown Feb 14, 2014 (possibly sundown Feb 13th depending on moon sighting)
- Pesach – Sundown April 13 or 14, 2014
- Feast of Unleavened Bread Begins – Sundown April 14 or 15, 2014
- First Fruits – April 20, 2014
- Feast of Unleavened Bread Concludes – Sundown April 20 or 21, 2014
- The date of the following events will depend on the new moon sighting at the beginning of the month. (Underlined dates begin High Sabbath days)