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The Eternal Church of God chooses to acknowledge the new moon by holding a Bible study each month, with the exception of those days when the new moon falls on a Sabbath or annual holy day. Our practice is based on the Scriptures indicating that the new moon was marked by some of God’s people in the past. For more information on this subject, you may select this link to hear two Bible studies on this subject. You may also select this link to read our booklet regarding the Calendar Controversy.

As a reminder, the Eternal Church of God uses the Hebrew calendar for new moon and holy day observance. Days according to this calendar begin at sundown (Gen. 1:5). Therefore, we hold our Bible studies the evening prior to the daytime portion of the new moon. The study dates and times below reflect the beginning of each month, according the Hebrew calendar, in Billings, MT. The following dates are also rendered to reflect the commonly used Gregorian calendar that is vastly used throughout the western world.

All studies will be broadcast over a conference phone call. You may find information to attend by selecting this link. All monthly Bible studies begin at 7:00 p.m. MT (mountain time) and are broadcast live via a conference phone call. Future Bible study dates are shown below.



  • Jan. 16
  • Feb. 14
  • Mar. (new moon occurs on a Sabbath; no Bible study)
  • Apr. 15
  • May 15
  • June 13
  • July 13
  • Aug. (new moon occurs on a Sabbath; no Bible study)
  • Sep. (new moon occurs on the Memorial of Trumpets; no Bible study)
  • Oct. 8
  • Nov. 7
  • Dec. (new moon occurs on a Sabbath; no Bible study)