Many people ask us: “What are the dates of The Feast of Tabernacles?”.
That is a great question!
The Bible gives us the dates to celebrate The Feast of Tabernacles in Leviticus 23.
However, the dates given are based on the Hebrew calendar, and many
people have questions about how this works, and why, in some years (like this year)
different believers have different dates! If you would like to know more about the
Hebrew Calendar, and exactly how you can know exactly what day the Feasts are to be kept,
please view our video: The Creator’s Calendar Part 1
Well, this year (2013) if the New Moon is sighted on Sunday, October 6th, (the first expected date)
then the 15th day of the seventh month (Tishri) will be on October 21st, (starting the evening before at sunset)
Therefore, the seven days will be complete on the 27th, and the last great day (or the 8th day) is expected on October 28th.
Of course, it may not be sighted till a day later, Oct 7th, if so, each of those days are one day later.
For more clarification see our Feast Day Calendar http://thefeastoftabernacles.com/feast-date-calendar/
So, please sure to watch when the New Moon is sighted on Our New Moon Report Blog
If you have any questions, please let us know, and we’ll do our best to get them
answered as soon as we are able.
All Blessings to you, in YHWH’s Name,
Brother Mark Harris