Jewish Fall Feasts Dates: 2018 to 2038

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Disclaimer: This article is not meant to be an overview of the Jewish fall feasts and their potential prophetic significance. My intention is merely to list the future dates of the fall feasts for those who are curious.

I provide information about the timing of the Jewish fall feasts of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkoth through the year 2038 in this article. The reason I believe it is a good idea to provide information concerning the future timing of these fall feasts is that there are some people who study Bible prophecy that believe significant Bible prophecy events will take place in connection with the Jewish fall feasts. For instance,

  • Some believe the Rapture could transpire during the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year).
  • Some believe that Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) could be the time when the seventieth week of Daniel (the seven year period that most people call “the tribulation”) will end. I have a further discussion of this topic, including how one may be able to determine the start of the seventieth week of Daniel using a Yom Kippur termination date at the following link.

The following table lists the start dates for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkoth through the year 2038. There is no particular reason why the list is twenty years in length except to provide people who have different expectations about how close we are to the end times an idea of what dates these fall feasts will occur in the coming years.

  • Note: Rosh Hashanah is celebrated for two days.
  • Note: Sukkoth is celebrated for seven days.
YearRosh HashanahYom KippurSukkoth
2018September 10September 19September 24
2019September 30October 9October 14
2020September 19September 28October 3
2021September 7September 16September 21
2022September 26October 5October 10
2023September 16September 25September 30
2024October 3October 12October 17
2025September 23October 2October 7
2026September 12September 21September 26
2027October 2October 11October 16
2028September 21September 30October 5
2029September 10September 19September 24
2030September 28October 7October 12
2031September 18September 27October 2
2032September 6September 15September 20
2033September 24October 3October 8
2034September 14September 23September 28
2035October 4October 13October 18
2036September 22October 1October 6
2037Septmber 10September 19September 24
2038September 30October 9October 14

It’s up to you to decide how relevant these dates are to you. You are welcome to believe that significant Bible prophecy events will coincide with important Jewish fall feasts or not. I am merely listing these dates just in case you are curious about what dates these fall feasts will occur in the coming years.

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MrLloydum
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MrLloydum

Hi Wayne, Thank you for posting the fall feast dates of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Is it possible that you could add a column and post the day count as well? The reason, as you probably know, is to see what years work for the 2550 day count to fulfill the 7 year tribulation. Then we can see clearly what years work for the theory that the tribulation starts on Rosh Hashana, and ends 7 years later on Yom Kippur. Keep up the prophecy studies and keep looking up 🙂

steve
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steve

I think its sad that you try to discredit anyone who has an opinion about prophecy and a rapture. I think we should keep an open mind and consider all ideas, theories. No one knows . I long for the rapture and hope it is soon as possible.. what makes you the authority on prophecy?

Watchman
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Watchman

Do you have any thoughts, Wayne, about the idea that Christ was born on 9/11/03 BC? Have you heard of or studied this before? Just curious.

David gee
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Do you by chance have the dates on our calendar that the first 4 feasts were fulfilled through Christ, then, something that might tie the last 3 feasts into the pattern of expectation according to the days of Daniel and Revelation.

I do think God is trying to get our attention, I just cannot go too far without more information and knowledge. For sure, we are living in exciting ties. Thanks for your work. A fellow watchman!