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Trumpets Declaration
The Molad Of Tishri occurs on:
Thursday, September 17, 2020 AD, at 20 hours and 701 parts

The postponement rule(s) used to declare Feast of Trumpets:
Rule(s) 1 and 2

The declaration of the Feast of Trumpets is therefore:
Saturday, September 19, 2020 AD

Trumpets 2020 AD ends civil year 5780 and begins civil year 5781.

Civil year 5781 runs from Trumpets 2020 AD to Trumpets 2021 AD. It is year 5 of the 19-year lunar cycle and has 353 days
8 April / 14 Nisan
Passover
9 April / 15 Nisan
First Unleavened Bread
10 April / 16 Nisan
Feast of Unleavened Bread
11 April / 17 Nisan
Feast of Unleavened Bread
12 April / 18 Nisan
Feast of Unleavened Bread
13 April / 19 Nisan
Feast of Unleavened Bread
14 April / 20 Nisan
Feast of Unleavened Bread
15 April / 21 Nisan
Last Unleavened Bread
 

God's Holy Days - 2020

Messianic Judaism & The Passover

Holy Day Calendar 1.0 [Original HD Calendar]

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This Holy Day Calendar Program is both a tool for in-depth Biblical research and a quick, easy means to look up future dates for God's days of worship. Some of the capabilities of this program are:

  • Displays and allows Printing of calendar delineating the dates of God's Biblical Holy Days for ANY year from 3761 BC (the Hebrew year of creation) well into the future!
  • Explains the four postponements rules used to determine Tishri 1 (the first day of the Hebrew new year) and offers basic definitions of important Hebrew calendar concepts.
  • The program can accept either a Julian/Gregorian (Roman Format) or Hebrew year as input, from which it can:
    1. Calculate the occurrence of the Molad (average conjunction of moon with earth and sun) of Tishri for the Hebrew year.
    2. Show which postponement rules (if any) were used to determine Tishri 1 for the Hebrew year.
    3. Determine which year out of the 19-year lunar cycle the Hebrew year is.
    4. Calculate the number of days in the upcoming Hebrew year.
  • Outputs a detailed one-month calendar showing the Hebrew/Roman date pairs for ANY desired Roman or Hebrew month!
  • And MORE!

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