General information
Hyproma B.V.
Lekdijk 70B 
2957 CC Nieuw-Lekkerland
The Netherlands
Tel: +31(0) 184 670 478
Fax: +31(0) 184 670 484
Chamber of commerce nr.: 24426938
VAT nr.: NL-8188.14..081.B01

Opening hours
Sunday: closed
Monday to Friday: 07:30 – 16:30 hours
Saturday: closed

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Hyproma is closed from Friday evening to Saturday night (Sabbath) and during the Sabbath (rest days) of the Biblical festivals. The dates of the Biblical festivals of 2020 are listed, including their meaning:

- Pesach / Seder evening: Wednesday April 8, 2020
The day that Jesus was crucified and, therefore, paid for the sins of everyone in Him. The preceding evening (seder evening) is celebrated with a special meal.

- Chag Ha'Matzot / Feast of the Unleavened Bread: Thursday April 9 to Wednesday April 15, 2020.
The first and last day of the 7-day festival is celebrated as a rest day. We think about the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, during this feast.  Also, this feast includes 7 days of cleaning our house and life. We must remove all yeast (sins and wrong things) from our house and life. We eat unleavened bread for 7 days. Unleavened bread symbolises life that belongs freely to pride, bloatedness, etc.
Closed on: Thursday April 9 and Wednesday April 15, 2020

- Shawoe'ot / Pentecost (also called Weeks Festival): Sunday May 31, 2020.
The outpouring of the Holy Spirit took place. Christians can live in constant connection with God and God wants to live in their hearts.
Closed on: Sunday May 31, 2020

- Yom Teroeah / Trump festival: Saturday September 19, 2020.
Announcement of the return of Jesus. A call to be alert. It is celebrated as a rest day.
Closed on: Saturday September 19, 2020

- Yom Kippur / Great Day of Atonement: Monday September 28, 2020.
Central is the reconciliation of God with the people and with His people Israel. It is a day of fasting (not eating / not drinking)
Closed on: Monday September 28, 2020

- Sukkot / Feast of Tabernacles: Saturday October 3 to Saturday October 10, 2020.
It is a seven-day celebration where the first day is a rest day. With this feast, there will be looked forward to the Kingdom of Jesus where all the earth will be restored and everyone will recognize Him as King of the earth.
Closed on: Saturday October 3, 2020

- Sjeminie Chag Ha'atseret / Closing feast, also called 8th day: Saturday October 10, 2020.
This is the day after the Feast of Tabernacles, in which the perfection is looked ahead. When all pain and death will be destroyed and God will be "everything and in all." Heaven and earth will be new.
Closed on: Saturday October 10, 2020