Year 2014 AM (After Man)
Passover
Mar 22
Unleavened Bread
Mar 23
Mar 29
Pentecost
May 12
Feast of Trumpets
Sep 2
Day of Atonement
Sep 11
Feast of Tabernacles
Sep 16
Sep 22
Last Great Day
Sep 23
The above dates are observed the previous evening, after sunset
How many 247 Year Cycles
8

Hebrew Calendar
385
Solar Calendar
365
Which 19 year cycle
Second

Difference
20
Last Year
-10
Where in 19 year cycle
19

Differences
10
Gregorian Calendar
Hebrew Calendar
Solar Calendar
Demonstration of Math
Previous Year
The below dates represent the sabbaths of each month
Next Year
Jan
6
Tev
26
2013
293
 
13
Shev
4
 
300
 
20
 
11
 
307
 
27
 
18
 
314
Feb
3
 
25
 
321
 
10
Adar
2
 
328
 
17
 
9
 
335
 
24
 
16
 
342
Mar
2
 
23
 
349
 
9
Nisan
1
 
356
 
16
 
8
105033
363
 
23
 
15
2014
5
 
30
 
22
 
12
Apr
6
 
29
 
19
 
13
Iyar
6
 
26
 
20
 
13
 
33
 
27
 
20
 
40
May
4
 
27
 
47
 
11
Sivan
5
 
54
 
18
 
12
 
61
 
25
 
19
 
68
Jun
1
 
26
 
75
 
8
Tamm
3
 
82
 
15
 
10
 
89
 
22
 
17
 
96
 
29
 
24
 
103
Jul
6
Av
2
 
110
 
13
 
9
 
117
 
20
 
16
 
124
 
27
 
23
 
131
Aug
3
 
30
 
138
 
10
Elul
7
 
145
 
17
 
14
 
152
 
24
 
21
 
159
 
31
 
28
 
166
Sep
7
Tish
6
 
173
 
14
 
13
 
180
 
21
 
20
 
187
 
28
 
27
 
194
Oct
5
Chesh
4
 
201
 
12
 
11
 
208
 
19
 
18
 
215
 
26
 
25
 
222
Nov
2
Kis
2
 
229
 
9
 
9
 
236
 
16
 
16
 
243
 
23
 
23
 
250
 
30
 
30
 
257
Dec
7
Tev
7
 
264
 
14
 
14
 
271
 
21
 
21
 
278
2032 BC
28
 
28
 
285
Jan
4
Shev
6
 
292
 
11
 
13
 
299
 
18
 
20
 
306
 
25
 
27
 
313
Feb
1
Adar
4
 
320
 
8
 
11
 
327
 
15
 
18
 
334
 
22
 
25
105082
341


GREGORIAN CALENDAR (THE ONE YOU HAVE ON YOUR DESK OR WALL)

Christian Biblical Calendar ConverterAbbreviations: BC/AD (Before Christ/Anno Domini) or BCE/CE (Before Common Era/After Common Era)

The Gregorian calendar is sometimes called the Christian calendar or Western calendar. Some calendar scholars reference the Julian calendar, which is similar but lacks modern leap year corrections.

HEBREW CALENDAR (God’s Sacred Calendar, the one in the Bible.)

Abbreviations: AM (Anno Mundi – Latin: "in the year of the world", Hebrew: "from the creation of the world")

The Hebrew calendar is sometimes called the Biblical calendar or Jewish calendar, which draws from the Old Testament and calls creation the start of year 1. Converting the calendar is sometimes tricky because the first day of the year 1 is not January 1st.

ANCIENT HEBREW CALENDAR CONVERTER


The above tool allows you to enter any Gregorian calendar date. Example 2015, 2016, 2017. This results in giving the Hebrew calendar date in AM years.