Complete Listing of the Jewish Holidays and Their Dates
All Jewish holidays begin at sunset prior to the date listed.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur -- a day of sweetness and a day of atonement are the culmination of a month-long process of coming back to God.
Rosh Hashanah marks the start of the Jewish near year. It is both a day of judgment for mankind, as well as an exhilarating time of closeness and reconciliation with God.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is a day of fasting and repentance, affording man the opportunity to cleanse himself of his sins and renew his relationship with God.
The Festival of Booths - with Lulav and Etrog in hand, we camp out under the stars seven days and remember that God is our ultimate protection.
Hanukkah, The Holiday of Lights -- celebrating the miracle of a little oil that lasted eight days, and continues to illuminate our lives to this day.
A Fast Day -- commemorating the day the Babylonians first laid siege on Jerusalem, setting in motion a long series of tragedies for the Jewish people.
New Year for the Trees – how to celebrate our connection to the environment and appreciate the fruits of the Land of Israel.
Purim: The Holiday of Joy -- dress up and celebrate God’s hidden miracles, while remembering how the Jews of Persia narrowly escaped annihilation thanks to the bravery of Queen Esther.
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Count 49 days until the Torah was given at Mount Sinai, preparing for the big event with a program of introspection and self-improvement.
Holocaust Remembrance Day -- Israel honors the memory of the Six Million by learning about their heroism in the face of inhumanity and exploring the roots of anti-Semitism.
Israel Memorial Day -- giving one's life in defense of the Jewish people is a mitzvah of the highest order.
Israel Independence Day -- the historic return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel is a modern miracle.
On the anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, we remember the special significance of the Holy City, and why it is the capital of the Jewish nation.
The Day the Torah was given -- celebrating the monumental encounter between God and the Israelites at Mount Sinai, an event which changed mankind forever.
A Major Fast Day -- remembering the day when the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed, not once but twice.