2021 Feast Days and New Moons

FEAST DAYS - 2021

All Feast Days start at sunset the day before.

Passover:  Saturday, April 16th, Seder Dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. Passover is a preparation day for The Feast of Unleavened Bread and is NOT to be treated as a Sabbath. You are to get all the items that contain yeast out of your homes and diet until the end of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

Feast of Unleavened Bread: First day is Sunday, April 17th and the Last day is Saturday, April 23rd. Both of these days are Feast Days and require an assembly. No work should be done on these Feast Days.

First Fruits: Sunday, April 17th. Typically work is okay on this day, however it is also the First day of Unleavened Bread this year, so NO work is to tbe done this day. An assembly is required.

Pentecost: Sunday, June 5th. This is a Feast Day and an assembly is required. No work should be done.

Feast of Trumpets: Saturday, September 27th. This is a Feast Day and an assembly is required. No work should be done.

Yom Kippur: Thursday, October 6th. This is THE SABBATH and an assembly is required. No work should be done.

Feast of Booths (Sukkot): First day is Tuesday, October 11th and the Last day is Tuesday, October 18th. Both of these days are Feast Days and require an assembly. No work should be done on these Feast Days. Beit Yeshua will gave all required assemblies at the shul during the Feast. Members are encouraged to make their own plans for temporary sukkah during this week. All temporary sukkah should end by Monday, October 17th.

NEW MOON ASSEMBLY DATES - 2021

0January 3 – Monday 1.8% visible, Sunset 5:17, Moonset 6:24

February 2 – Wednesday 3.6% visible, Sunset 5:46, Moonset 7:35

March 3 – Thursday 1.6% visible, Sunset 6:14, Moonset 7:27

April 2 – Saturday 2.6% visible, Sunset 7:40, Moonset 9:18

May 1 – Sunday .9% visible, Sunset 8:03, Moonset 9:08

May 31 – Tuesday 1.7% visible, Sunset 8:26, Moonset 9:55

June 30 – Thursday 2.82% visible, Sunset 8:36, Moonset 10:14

July 29 – Friday 1.2% visible, Sunset 8:23, Moonset 9:26

August 28 – Sunday 2.3%, Sunset 7:50, Moonset 8:53

September 26 – Monday .9% visible, Sunset 7:08, Moonset 7:48

October 26 –  Wednesday 2.3% visible, Sunset 6:29, Moonset 7:21

November 24 – Thursday 1.0% visible, Sunset 5:06, Moonset 5:42

December 24 – Saturday 3.1% visible, Sunset 5:10, Moonset 6:37

With the exception of Wednesdays and Fridays meeting times will be at sundown. Times will be announced each month. REMEMBER: We spot the New Moon, therefore the Feast Days may not coincide with the Talmudic based standard calendar.

 

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