First Century

             Church of God

                             Dates of the Annual Festivals of God
Roman Year
Passover

Feast of

Unleavened Bread

Pentecost

FEAST OF

TRUMPETS
Day of Atonement

Feast of

Tabernacles

Last Great Day
2009
April  8
April  9-15
May 31
Sept. 19
Sept. 28
Oct. 3 - 9
Oct. 10
2010
Mar. 29
Mar. 30-Apr 5
May 23
Sept. 9
Sept. 18
Sept. 23 - 29
Sept. 30
2011
April 18
April 19 - 25
June 12
Sept. 29
Oct. 8
Oct. 13 - 19
Oct. 20
2012
April 6
April  7-13
May 27
Sept. 17
Sept. 26
Oct. 1 - 7
Oct. 8
2013
Mar. 25
Mar. 26 - Apr  1
May 19
Sept. 5
Sept. 14
Sept. 19 - 25
Sept. 26
2014
April 14
April 15 - 21
June 9
Sept. 25
Oct. 4
Oct. 9 - 15
Oct. 16
2015
April 3
April 4 - 10
May 24
Sept. 14
Sept. 23
Sept. 28 - Oct. 4
Oct. 5
2016
April 22
April 23 - 29
June 12
Oct.  3
Oct. 12
Oct. 17 - 23
Oct. 24
2017
April 10
April 11 - 17
June 4
Sept. 21
Sept. 30
Oct. 5 - 11
Oct. 12
2018
Mar, 30
Mar. 31 - April 6
May 20
Sept. 10
Sept. 19
Sept. 24 - 30
Oct. 1
2019
April 19
April 20 - 26
June 9
Sept. 30
Oct. 9
Oct. 14 - 20
Oct. 21
2020
April 8
April 9 - 15
May 31
Sept. 19
Sept. 28
Oct. 3 - 9
Oct. 10
2021
Mar. 27
Mar. 28- Apr. 3
May 16
Sept. 7
Sept. 16
Sept. 21 - 27
Sept. 28

In biblical reckoning, days begin in the evening (Genesis 1: 5) when the sun goes down (Joshua 8:29) ll Chronicles 18:34; Mark 1:32 and are counted from "evening to evening" (Leviticus 23:32).  Thus, all of God's festivals begin the evening just before the dates listed in this table. For example, in 2012 Passover is observed the evening of April 5 after  sundown. The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins the evening of April 6 after sundown and services are held in accordance with church schedule. The Festivals end in the evenings at sundown on the dates given.