Whit Sunday, also known as Pentecost, is an important Christian festival commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. It is celebrated on the seventh Sunday or 49 days after Easter Sunday.
Most Western churches follow the Gregorian Calendar, while Eastern Orthodox churches follow the Julian Calendar. Eastern Orthodox Whit Sunday in Julian Calendar corresponds to a later date comparing Western Whit Sunday in Gregorian calendar. Therefore, East Orthodox churches normally have Whit Sunday after the Western Observation.
The following is the list of Whit Sunday from 2020 to 2030.
|Whit Sunday||May 23, 2021||Sunday||Jun 20, 2021||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||Jun 05, 2022||Sunday||Jun 12, 2022||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||May 28, 2023||Sunday||Jun 04, 2023||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||May 19, 2024||Sunday||Jun 23, 2024||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||Jun 08, 2025||Sunday||Jun 08, 2025||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||May 24, 2026||Sunday||May 31, 2026||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||May 16, 2027||Sunday||Jun 20, 2027||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||Jun 04, 2028||Sunday||Jun 04, 2028||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||May 20, 2029||Sunday||May 27, 2029||Sunday|
|Whit Sunday||Jun 9, 2030||Sunday||Jun 16, 2030||Sunday|
Please also check Whit Monday: 2020 to 2030.