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Passover 2021        Webcast Schedule

Lord’s Passover — Thursday evening April 14 8:00 pm (PDT)
Passover Day – Friday April 15
Old Covenant Passover (NTBMO) – Friday evening April 15

First Holy Day— Sabbath, April 16 — 11:30 am (PDT)

Last Holy Day — Friday, April 22  11:30 am (PDT)

October 30th, 2023

A Detailed Explanation of the Amazing Hebrew Calendar

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Thank you to the authors for all of their research and their clarification of contentious issues surrounding the Hebrew calendar. I do not know how I came to have this information and would appreciate knowing how to contact the authors. In the meantime I am posting it on the website as it is a valuable source of information to all who seek to keep the weekly and annual Sabbaths of God.

The Calculated Hebrew Calendar Made Simple
© Dwight Blevins
Carl D. Franklin
January 30, 2014 May 30, 2015 March 13, 2016

We live and work in a very complex world. Among the seven billion people living on earth today, there are those who have sent machines into the universe to skirt the rings of Saturn and to rove and map the surface of Mars. Others have developed computer technology so incredibly minute as to be viewed only by a microscope. And by use of nanotechnology, man dreams of computers so small as to float about unseen amid the molecules of air.
In this busy and complex world, God has given us the Appointed Times to be days of festive worship and rejoicing. But for many, the calculated Hebrew Calendar is so complex that it has led to wrangling debates ending in frustration. Such things ought not to be. It is possible, in simple terms, to understand the workings of the calendar.

Like most of you, and like the world renowned newscaster, Bill O’Reilly, I’m a simple man among simple folks. By early childhood I came to realize that I am a being of average intelligence, unable to traverse many mountaintops in this difficult and complex world. By age ten I understood that I would never be able to conquer the heights of the future by a direct approach, going over the top; therefore I must search for ways around, though they be many times longer, to surmount the heights that rise before me.

Seventeen years in the writing, like a trip around the rings of Saturn and back, I have circled the heights of the Hebrew Calendar, exploring its complexities. Had I not taken this journey, I would never have arrived at the doorstep of simplicity. Now, finally, I can explain in simple terms how the Hebrew Calendar works.

In essence, all the calculations of the Hebrew Calendar have been reduced to a few simple pages. All arguments and opinions heretofore are pretty much null and void. They are water under the bridge of time.

Zechariah 4:7 and The Four Corners of Time

Every calendar in the history of man has attempted to measure time by either the solar or the lunar cycle. The Hebrew Calendar is a lunisolar calendar, meaning that it is based on the lunar cycle and aligned with the seasons of the solar cycle.
How can we know the Hebrew Calendar is accurate when there are so many variables? There are twenty-four hours in each day, but the divisions of the day are equal at only two points in the year. The months are no rock of stability as they are based on the lunar cycle, which is not a fixed period of time. The moon wobbles about, expanding and contracting its course with a variance from about 29.25 to 29.8 days, making an average of 29.53 days for a lunar cycle.
The solar year is 365 calendar days, but the solar cycle is actually 365.2425 days. The lunar year is also fractured. If it is to be aligned with the sun for maintenance of the seasons, it must be measured in rotations of 12 and 13 months, resulting in common years of 354.36 days (29.53 x 12) and leap years of 383.89 days (29.53 x 13).
In view of these astronomical facts, it may seem that there is no absolute standard by which to measure time in whole numbers. This is what some may think, but it is not the case.

April 3rd, 2023


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New Covenant Passover Service
Tuesday April 4, 2023
8:00 pm (PDT)
Foot-washing ceremony
Wine and Bread service

Thursday April 6, 2023
Webcast 11:30 am (PDT)

Passover - Faith and Obedience

Being Holy

If we are not “Holy” we will not “see the LORD!” Being holy is an important message from God, during the days of unleavened bread – to be holy as God is holy. Sin defiles individuals and nations, but the priests of God, those who teach and encourage God’s people must value His standard of holiness, and be holy, showing respect for His name. What are those standards that God has established for His priests, those who serve Him?

DAY 2 of Unleavened Bread
Friday April 7, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)
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lessons from unleavened breadLeading Unleavened Lives

Unleavened Bread — Our Spiritual Heritage

Paul in writing to the Corinthians reminded them of their spiritual heritage. He had instructed them to ‘put out the leaven’ in accordance with the Lord God’s instructions in the book of Exodus. For even though Gentiles by birth, they had become part of God’s people by baptism. But there was a problem. They had removed the physical leaven from their homes. But, they were not leading unleavened lives…


Day 3 of Unleavened Bread

Sabbath April 8, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)

wave sheaf and our Messiah

Christ and the Wave Sheaf

Paul was eager to preach the gospel, and in doing so he helps us understand the message of the wave sheaf. He wanted everyone to know the reality of the Messiah. For what he had witnessed had given him confidence that Jesus was indeed the Christ, the Messiah. It was through the Messiah, the Son of God, that all people would experience the hope of eternal life. And yet, the Jewish leaders went to Pilate to demand that Jesus be crucified for blasphemy, as he equated himself with the Lord God of Israel.  Amazingly, the efforts of the Jewish leaders in bringing Jesus before the Roman authorities aided in fulfilling the prophecies about Jesus. When we read the gospel accounts of Jesus’ crucifixion and death we note the many ways in which these events confirmed his Messiahship.


Day 4 of Unleavened Bread

Sunday April 9, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)

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beware the devils devicesBeware the Devil’s Devices

Jesus’ example should convict us of the reality of the Devil’s devices. The Tempter appeared to Jesus and challenged him on his identity with the taunt, “If you are the Son of God…?” Likewise, he may test us, getting us to doubt or question our identity as God’s children, called by his name, and given the promises of a future with God. Paul warned of such deception in speaking of the cunning of the ‘Serpent’ who is able to seduce us away from devotion to God through sowing doubt and delusion. Our adversary is a master of the half-truth, a clever combination of truth and error. Perhaps you have had to battle this negative inner voice of doubt and deception.



Day 5 of Unleavened Bread

Monday April 10, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)

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Rahab: a Passover story

Rahab: a Passover story

True Worship — Will God Hear Your Prayers


God hears the prayers of those who worship Him in truth. So do we know what true worship is?  Let’s learn a lesson from the days of Unleavened Bread and the conquest of Jericho that shows us who God will hear and who God will not hear. Rahab and Achan’s stories provide object lessons for our day. The scriptures  tell us in clear terms what God expects of those who worship Him, serving God and others. Does God take notice of you and does he hear your prayers?



Day 6 of Unleavened Bread

Tuesday April 11, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)

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Israel at the Red Sea go forwardFear NOT – Go Forward

Why We Remember

Are you facing a “Red Sea” roadblock in your life? Are you prepared to “go forward?” The last Feast day of Passover/Unleavened Bread teaches us powerful lessons about how to live our lives and face the obstacles we encounter. One of God’s instructions to his people at this time of year was to teach our children about the symbols and events of the Passover season. This was not just to be an ancient history lesson, a dull retelling of millennia-old stories. Rather, these stories were object lesson designed to teach us how to live in the present. In this way all generations were to preserve a knowledge of how God works in our lives.



Day 7 of Unleavened Bread

Wednesday April 12, 2023
11:30 am (PDT)

The seas are being partedChrist Leads will You Follow?

The people of God, the Israelites, walked through the sea on dry ground on the last day of unleavened bread. Our ancestors in the faith were led by Christ, in a pillar of cloud and fire, as they left Egypt and entered the wilderness. The Lord sheltered and protected them in their desert wanderings. But did they follow? And what are some crucial lessons that the experiences of the Israelites teach us in our walk with Christ? Christ leads, but will we follow fully?


Trapped at a dead end

April 7th, 2019

Passover Season with the Family

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Passover Youth and Family Activities

A new year has begun! And with it comes the promise of the spring festival season. These Passover youth and family activities might encourage you to study God’s word and create some meaningful and memorable moments.
Here are some thoughts and resources to help you make it a special time of learning for the whole family.


 Biblical Reader’s Theatre scripts

An excellent way to engage young and old in the biblical narratives, reader’s theatre provides an opportunity for everyone to participate in playing a role and gaining greater knowledge of the characters and events illuminated in the scriptures. Whether performed as a “play” or just enjoyed around the dining table, reader’s theatre could add to your celebration of God’s festivals.

Walking to Freedom



September 24th, 2018

Feast of Tabernacles 2018

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Feast of Tabernacles 2018

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Holy Day

  • Monday September 24

Biblical Futurist – What does Paul teach believers about the Kingdom of God?

  • Holy Day

    Monday October 1

    Can these Bones Live

    Can these bones live. The short answer is, “Yes!” but there is much more to the story. God says that, “all will be saved” but is that happening now? When will God work to save all of humanity? God’s plan of salvation for all is revealed through the Holy Days that God created as memorials and as prefigurative events envisioning what is to come in the future. The future is full of hope for those who put their trust in the God of scripture.

Be a “Biblical Futurist”  and learn more about God’s plans for the future!
Feast of Tabernacles 2018

March 30th, 2018

Recipes for Passover and the Days of Unleavened Bread

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unleavened goodies

Coconut Oaties (unleavened)

Oven 350 degrees
Line baking tray with paper
Makes 20 large cookies

2 ½ cups organic shredded coconut (unsweetened)
1 cup quick oats and 2 ½ cups rolled oats
½ cup organic raw sugar and ½ cup honey
1 cup coconut oil
2 eggs
Vanilla, or cinnamon, or nutmeg to taste
Blend oil, sugar, honey, flavouring, and eggs
Add oats and coconut and blend thoroughly
Use ice-cream scoop to place dollops on paper-lined tray, then flatten to 3” diameter
Bake for 15-20 minutes – golden brown edges, let rest on tray for 10 minutes




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Choco Balls (unleavened)

Mixer and bowl



2 cups organic rolled oats ( for gluten free, substitute 1 ½ cups ground sunflower seed)

6 T organic cocoa powder ( for gluten free, 1 cup cocoa)

1 cup finely shredded coconut (unsweetened)

½ cup ground seeds or nuts (sunflower, hazelnut etc.)
½ cup sesame tahini
⅓ cup honey (or to taste)

Cinnamon sugar for coating  and I cup raisins (optional)


Blend the dry ingredients
Add the tahini and honey and mix thoroughly
Add up to 1 T water if needed to bind ingredients into moldable dough
Form balls using 1 T of the mixture
Makes about 30 balls
Serve plain or roll in cinnamon sugar
Keep in refrigerator, or freeze for later use

March 30th, 2017

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