NO CUSTOMARY WORK DAYS

“God’s Holy Days”

As our Church Family prepares to celebrate the Spring Feasts consider scheduling the following days off from work. In Leviticus 23, God instructs the Israelites to “do no customary work” on specific days associated with the feasts because He considers them Holy days. The general interpretation of “no customary work” is taking the day off from your job or any activity that contributes to your income.  Any work that is done in preparation of the feast is acceptable. The Lord understands if you have to work, but if you can, take the day off to enjoy the Lord and your family.

Remember all Holy days begin at sundown the evening before the calendar day listed.

 

Feast of Passover:
Tuesday, April 11th

Feast of Unleavened Bread:
Wednesday, April 12th

Feast of Pentecost:
Wednesday, May 31st

Feast of Trumpets:
Thursday, September 21st

Day of Atonement:
Saturday, September 30th

Feast of Tabernacles (Day 1):
Thursday, October 5th

Feast of Tabernacles (Day 8):
Thursday, October 12th

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