Jewish Holiday Calendar

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2016

Note that in the Jewish calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day:

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2017

Note that in the Jewish calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day:

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2018

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2019

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2020

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Karen Ammen

I was just looking up the dates of the Jewish feasts because of the foreshadowing of the Messiah they represent when I realized this is the year of the Jubilee (at least according to Rabbi Jonathan Cahn) . Not only is it the year of the Jubilee, it is also 5777! Wouldn't it be amazing if the rapture occured on the Feast of Trumpets this year. Always looking for His return...! PS I am already on your mailing list.
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2016 Jewish Holidays

Note that in the Jewish calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day: