Feasts and Times of Remembrance

Feast 5782/5783DayDateTime
Yom KippurWednesday (4th day) October 5th 6:30 pm
SukkotWednesday (4th day) October 12th 6:30 pm
HanukkahFriday (6th day) December 23rd 6:30 pm
* Offering 2 Chronicles 31:4-5 & Leviticus 23:37-38

Adonai has singled out Rosh Hodesh to be remembered by His people. We are to sound the shofar, bring an offering and prostrate ourselves before Adonai in worship on Rosh Hodesh. We are to look at Rosh Hodesh as a holy convocation, meditate on God’s word, celebrate it as a Shabbat and give thanks to Adonai who faithfully renews and restores us, as He does the moon, month after month.

Please note: the only time we will come together to remember Rosh Hodesh will be when it falls on Shabbat.

Rosh Hodesh (New Moon) schedule 5782/5783

January 2, 20221st day (Sunday)Luke 8:17-18
February 1, 20223rd day (Tuesday)Colossians 1:12-23
March 2, 20224th day (Wednesday)Colossians 2:14-15
April 1, 20226th day (Friday)1 Corinthians 15:56-57
April 30, 20227th day (SHABBAT)1 Corinthians 15:56-57
May 30, 20222nd day (Monday)Romans 10:9
June 29, 20224th day (Wednesday)1 Corinthians 1:30
July 28, 20225th day (Thursday)Luke 10:19-20
August 27, 20227th day (SHABBAT)Romans 6:8-10
September 26, 20222nd day (Monday)Revelation 16:15
October 25, 20223rd day (Tuesday)Matthew 12:28
November 24, 20225th day (Thursday)Isaiah 46:10
December 23, 20226th day (Friday)John 1:1-5

Rosh Hodesh blessing: Praise are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who created the skies with Your word and all heavens host with the breath of Your mouth. You gave the appointed times and roles, and they never miss their cues, doing their creator’s bidding with gladness and joy. Praised are You, O Lord, who renews the new moon.

Additional scriptures: Genesis 1:14; Exodus 12:1-2; Numbers 10:10, 28:11-15; Isaiah 66:23; Ezekiel 46:3; Colossians 2:16-18; Psalms 81:4(3), 104:19

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