Oho 2013- 2014 Calendar

                               


Holiday Name

Day

Regular Calendar Date

Biblical Calendar Date

Notes

Yom T’ruah

Thursday

September 5, 2013

1 Tishri 5774

Traditionally called Rosh Hashanah

Yom Kippurim

Saturday

September 14, 2013

10 Tishri 5774

 

Sukkot – Day 1

Thursday

September 19, 2013

15 Tishri 5774

We celebrate the birth of Messiah at this time as well.

Shmini Atzeret

Thursday

September 26, 2013

22 Tishri 5774

We also celebrate Simchat torah at this time.

Chanukah

Thursday

November 28, 2013

25 Kislev 5774

OUR celebration TBD

Traditional Christmas

Wednesday

December 25, 2013

 

Western Church

Traditional New Years

Wednesday

January 1, 2014

 

 

Special Christmas Dates

Monday

January 6, 2014

 

Armenian Church

Eastern Orthodox

Tuesday

January 7, 2014

 

Eastern Orthodox Churches7

Purim

Sunday

March 16, 2014

14 Adar Sheni 5774

Our celebration will be Saturday March 15

New Year/
Nissan 1 Prayer

Tuesday

April 1, 2014

1 Nissan

Biblical New Year – our prayer will be Tuesday night April 1

Oho Last Supper Seder

Sunday

April 13, 2014

13 Nissan

Location TBD

Passover
(Unleavened Bread)

Tuesday

April 15, 2014

15 Nissan 5774

Traditional 1st Seder is Monday evening April 14

Bikkurim

Sunday

April 20, 2014

20 Nissan 5774

Our celebration of the Resurrection of Yeshua    Location TBD

Passover 7th day

Monday

April 21, 2014

21 Nissan 5774

Service time and location TBD

Traditional Easter

Sunday

April 20, 2014

 

Western and Eastern Churches

Yom Hashoah

Monday

April 28, 2014

28 Nissan 5774

Remembrance of the holocaust

Yom Hazikaron

Monday

May 5, 2014

5 Iyar 5774

Remembrance of Israel’s fallen heroes. (akin to American Veteran’s day)

Yom Ha'Atzmaut

Tuesday

May 6, 2014

6 Iyar 5774

Israel’s Independence day 1948. (akin to American July 4th)

Lag B'Omer

Sunday

May 18, 2014

18 Iyar 5774

Traditional remembrance of saddest events in Israel’s history.

Yom Yerushalayim

Wednesday

May 28, 2014

28 Iyar 5774

Commemorates reunification of Jerusalem in 1967.

Shavuot – OHO

Sunday

June 8, 2014

 

At TBD
Traditional Judaism will celebrate this on June 4!

Remember – all biblical feasts begin at sunset. Therefore the holiday begins the evening of the day prior to what is listed. I.E. Yom   T’ruah  actually starts sundown Wednesday September 4, 2013.

Yom T’Ruah, Sukkot and Shmini Atzeret will be at City of Faith – services starting at 10 AM.

Because we believe Yeshua was born on Tishrei 15 (the first day of Sukkot). We celebrate the 1st advent at this time.

We begin our counting of the Omer at this time. Traditional Judaism begins the counting Nissan 16, Wednesday April 16.

Our Bikkurim – resurrection service will be on Saturday evening April 19 starting at 6 PM Location TBD

We will celebrate Shavuot evening of June 7
7 The Orthodox calendar is Gregorian and Jan 6 corresponds to December 25 on the Julian calendar.