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The Feasts of YHWH in YHWHSHUA!!

“These are the feasts of YAHWEH, even kodesh convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons.”
Wayyiora/Leviticus 23:4

**These are the tentative dates for the Feast Days.
All Feasts Begin at Sunset the Evening of the Previous Day
Any changes will be announced, as well as service dates and times.**

Up coming event

YAHWEH’s Feast (Moadim) Days

Pesach – Passover

Chag HaMatzoth – Unleavened Bread

Shavuot – Pentecost

Feast of Trumpets – Chag Shofars (New Moon Watch – Blowing of Shofar)

Day of Atonement – Yom HaKippurim

Feast of Tabernacles – Chag HaSukkot

The Last Great Day

December 26th, 2023 Before SunSet

December 26th @ Sun Set - Seven Days: High Shabbat Service December 27th

February 25th, 2024

June 7th, 2024

June 17th, 2024

June 22nd, 2024

June 29th, 2024


“YHWH made the moon also, to serve in its season to mark the times and to be an everlasting sign. From the moon comes the sign for feast days, a light that wanes when it has reached the full."
SIRACH 43:6-7



SCRIPTURE affirm that the Passover memorial begins at dusk at the start of the 14th day of Abib (month of green ears of barley), Exodus 12:6; Leviticus 23:5; Numbers 28:16; Deuteronomy 16:1. The Passover represents two significant events—the death of the firstborn of Egypt and the passing of the death malak, and the impalement of our Savior on the torture stake, Exodus 12; John 18-19. YAHSHUA partook of the Passover at twilight on the fourteenth day of Abib with His Apostles, Matthew 26:17-29; Mark 14:12-25, thus fulfilling the TORAH. We no longer sacrifice a lamb at Passover, but partake of the prescribed emblems, which represents YAHSHUA’S body (unleavened bread, matzoth) and blood (unfermented grape juice, the pure blood of the grape, Deut. 32:14), Luke 22:12-23, 1Corinthians 11:23-26.

Feast of Unleavened Bread

SCRIPTURE affirms The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins on the 15th day of the month of Abib and extends through the 21st day of that same month, Exodus 12:15-18, Leviticus 23:6; Numbers 28:17. The first and last days of the seven-day observance are observed as high Shabbat Days, Exodus 12:16, Leviticus23:7-8, Numbers 28:18, 25. During this time we are to {shaw-khaw} YHWH and examine ourselves, removing any pride, sin, falsity or false doctrine from our lives, Exodus 5:1, 1Corinthians 5:8. We are to remove all leaven products from our property and eat unleavened bread with our meals for all seven days of the Feast, Exodus 12:15, 18, Leviticus 23:6.

Feast of Weeks

SCRIPTURE affirms that the Feast of Weeks or Pentecost is the third of the seven annual observances. This Feast is to be calculated from within the Feast of Unleavened Bread. We are to start the count from the day after the weekly Shabbat that falls within the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and count seven complete weeks, Leviticus 23:15-16. On this day the Re-Newed Covenant Assemblyreceived the outpouring of Ha Kodesh Ruach, Acts 2.

Feast of Trumpets

SCRIPTURE affirms that the Feast of Trumpets is a High Shabbat, a memorial of blowing trumpets, that falls on the first day of the seventh Hebrew month, Leviticus 23:23-25, Numbers 29:1-6.

Day of Atonement

SCRIPTURE affirms that the Day of Atonement comes on the 10th day of the month of Tishri. On this day no manner of work is to be done, it is a strict Shabbat to YHWH. On this High Shabbat we are to afflict ourselves by abstaining from food and drink, Leviticus 16; 23:26-32; Numbers 29:7-11.

Feast of Tabernacles

SCRIPTURE affirms that the Feast of Tabernacles or the Feast of Ingathering starts on the 15th day of the seventh scriptural month and advances through the 21st day of the month. The Feast of Tabernacles is a seven-day Feast, which has a High Shabbat Day on the 15th day of Tishri, Exodus 23:16; 34:22; Leviticus 23:33-36, 39-43; Numbers 29:12-34; Deuteronomy 16:13-15. YAHSHUA set the example for all mankind by observing the Feast in the Re-Newed Covenant. Further, we are told that all people in the Millennium will observe the Feast of Tabernacles, Zechariah 14:16-19; John 7:2, 37.

Last Great Day

SCRIPTURE affirms that the Last Great Day immediately follows the Feast of Tabernacles and comes on the 22nd day of  Tishri as a High Shabbat. On this day no manner of work is to be done. This special day commemorates the closing of the yearly feast cycle, Leviticus 23:36; Numbers 29:35-38.


“These are the feasts of YAHWEH, even kodesh convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons.”

 Wayyiora/Leviticus 23:4

Come be with us here at Tshuwah Community and celebrate YAHWEH’s Feasts in true Ruach and Emet.

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