Feasts dates should never be a point of contention or division within the Body of Messiah. The point is to “Keep the Feasts”, for obedience is better than sacrifice (1 Samuel 15:22). So whether you keep the Feasts according to the Aviv or the Rabbinical Calendar, go out and keep the Mitzvot/commandment to keep and celebrate the Feasts of Yehovah.

Start Getting you Sukkah Plans Started

On Sukkot (The Feast of Tabernacles) we are commanded to build a Sukkah (Booth) using as building materials the “4 species” listed in Leviticus 23:40, also as evidenced in Nehemiah 8:15.

Celebrate Sukkot

  • After Yom Kippur, start building and decorating your Sukkah.
  • Camp out in a tent with your family.
  • Have a Thanksgiving Celebration.
  • Gather around a campfire, as you worship, tell bible stories and enjoy some kosher s’mores.