Sabbath to Sukkot represents for the reader a single volume introduction to the biblical festival days. Rather than simply explaining their function, this book takes each festival succinctly placing it into its historical and religious context for both Jews and early Christian believers. This book may well challenge some deeply held Christian beliefs which have become embedded over the past two millenia though lacking of any sound biblical basis. The clarion call of the book represents an urgent call amongst Christian believers of a return to an early church mode of worship and practice. Hopefully the pages should challenge and push the boundaries of current Christian practice whilst not playing down the importance of two thousand years of Church history.