Church of God
God's Annual Holy Days
|New Year||Apr 2||Mar 23||Apr 9||Mar 30||Mar 19||Apr 8||Mar 28||Mar 17|
|Passover||Apr 15||Apr 5||Apr 22||Apr 12||Apr 1||Apr 21||Apr 10||Mar 30|
|Unleavened Bread||Apr 16 - Apr 22||Apr 6 - Apr 12||Apr 23 - Apr 29||Apr 13 - Apr 19||Apr 2 - Apr 8||Apr 22 - Apr 28||Apr 11-Apr 17||Mar 31-Apr 6|
|Pentecost||Jun 5||May 28||Jun 16||Jun 1||May 24||Jun 13||Jun 4||May 20|
|Trumpets||Sep 26||Sep 16||Oct 3||Sep 23||Sep 12||Oct 2||Sep 21||Sep 10|
|Atonement||Oct 5||Sep 25||Oct 12||Oct 2||Sep 21||Oct 11||Sep 30||Sep 19|
|Feast of Tabernacles||Oct 10 - 16||Sep 30 - Oct 6||Oct 17 - 23||Oct 7 - 13||Sep 26 - Oct 2||Oct 16 - Oct 22||Oct 5 - Oct 11||Sept 24 - Sep30|
|Last Great Day||Oct 17||Oct 7||Oct 24||Oct 14||Oct 3||Oct 23||Oct 12||Oct 1|
All Holy Days start the Evening Before at Sunset
|The day of the
Passover; the special Passover service with the washing of feet (see
Foot washing Question).
unleavened bread, and wine; is held just after sunset. Work may be done on
the remainder of the day.
The annual holy days on which work may not
be done are:
With the exception of The Day of Atonement, the prohibition against work on these days is against "servile work" or that which one does for a living. So, the preparation of food for that holyday is allowed on each of these annual Sabbaths. However, the Day of Atonement is a day of total fasting from sunset to sunset and the prohibition against work is complete.
If you would like to learn
more about observing or attending the Annual Holy Days,