has a wonderful explanation for Christians of the 7 feasts of Israel - how they relate to Jesus's first coming as well as his second coming. Including this wonderful chart showing exactly where it all falls within our own western calendar.
Introduction Notice that the feasts fall into three clusters. The first three feasts Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits occur in rapid succession in the spring of the year over a period of eight days. They came to be referred to collectively as "Passover."
The fourth feast, Harvest, occurs fifty days later at the beginning of the summer. By New Testament times this feast had come to be known by its Greek name, Pentecost, a word meaning fifty.The last three feasts Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles extend over a period of twenty-one days in the fall of the year. They came to be known collectively as "Tabernacles." (The Feasts of Israel A Study in Symbolic Prophecy by Dr. David R. Reagan)
Go to http://www.inplainsite.org/html/seven_feasts_of_israel.html to read on........
It is important for a Christian to understand the prophetic implications of the Feasts of Israel. You will understand better the New Testament by understanding hos the feasts are also prophetic. Once you understand these, you will better see the timing of prophetic events and the ORDER in which they will happen......perhaps even the actual days in which they will happen......however, the year itself is unknown as Jesus told us in Matthew 24:36 "But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone."