The Philadelphia Church does not recognize the validity of set asides, days added or subtracted so that one Sabbath does not become the preparation day for another.
|Year Begins*||March 28|
|Night to be Much Observed*||April 11|
|Feast of Unleavened Bread||April 12-18|
|Wave Sheaf Observance+||April 16|
|Feast of Trumpets*||September 21|
|Day of Atonement*||September 30|
|Feast of Tabernacles*||October 5-11|
|The Last Great Day*||October 12|
*Begins just after sunset
+ Observed in the morning, first day of the week
++ Two loaves baked and waved before God in the morning, first day of the week
A day begins in darkness, and ends in light showing how sons of light defeat the forces of darkness. A day is from evening to evening, consisting of a dark and light portion that makes "one" single day.
New Moons Sightings in your area should be used to verify dates monthly.
The new moon sightings were determined in the Central generalized time zone, UTC 6:00/5:00.
They will differ from coast to coast so observations should be
determined with your generalized time zone, with your time zone
information available from the following website.
The articles below offer assistance in how to set a calendar and the actual meaning of the Holy Days as God would have us observe them.
|How to Set the Calendar|
|Wave Sheaf Offering|
|Pentecost - Feast of Weeks|
|New Moons & Church Governance|
|What Does It Mean To Dwell In Booths?|
|Understanding the Festivals of God|