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Holyday Calendar

New Covenant Congregation of Israel Tabernacle Elohim was erected for the sole purpose of assisting people in their spiritual development through the word of Yah called Sinaiticism, the study of the Torah. Torah means instructions in Hebrew. NCCI's calendar system is based upon the Torah or Yah's instructions. As our weekly Sabbath, we observe a seven-day repetitive cycle from creation (Yah worked 6 days and rested on the seventh) as our seven day calendar week. We observe our fixed or appointed Holydays or festivals by the conjunction moon, which are the only days that are fixed to the moon. Below you will find our New Moon and Festive days calendar and the day we meet. In addition, we have enclosed the dates that one would want to take off work to celebrate these solemn festive occasions as a memorial to Yah in observance of his Sabbaths, which are to be kept in all our dwellings.

The Layman's calendar will tell you the Holyday being observed, the time of convocation and the days you should take off work.

2020 Layman Calendar

Click here to download the 2020 Layman Calendar.

We observe the dark conjunction moon according to Psalm 81:3 for our New Moons and we base our New Year according to ripened barley in Yisrael. Ripened barley and the subsequent New Moon introduce our New Year and the subsequent months and Holydays that we are commanded to commemorate as Holy gatherings. Should you have any questions regarding the Holydays or calendar, please email info@nccicharlotte.com.

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Malachi 3:6 ESV

For I the Lord do not change; therefore you, O children of Jacob, are not consumed.

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