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www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/dates-of-upcoming-holidays

September 28, 2022, September 18, 2023. Yom Kippur, September 27-28, 2020, September 15-16, 2021, October 4-5, 2022, September 24-25, 2023.

www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jewish-holidays-and-festivals

Holidays & Festivals(listed in alphabetical order) · Rosh Hashanah · Shabbat · Shavu'ot · Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah · Sheva-As...

www.science.co.il/israel/holidays

Holidays of the Jewish people in Israel for the Hebrew Calendar year 5781.

www.hebcal.com/holidays

Dates of major and minor Jewish holidays for years 2020-2027. Links to pages describing observance and customs, holiday Torah readings.

18doors.org/jewish_holidays_cheat_sheet

About the Hebrew Calendar and the Holidays we Celebrate. Why are Jewish holidays always changing dates? Jewish holidays are on the same date every year ...

pjcc.org/jewish-life/jewish-holidays-explained

Learn more about significant holidays and observations of the Jewish calendar. We also invite you to join us at the PJCC for our holiday celebrations!

reformjudaism.org/jewish-holidays

In fact, the holidays never are early or late; they are always on time, according to the Jewish calendar. Unlike the Gregorian (civil) calendar, which is based on ...

www.hebrew4christians.com/Holidays/holidays.html

An overview of the Feasts and Holidays of the Jewish Calendar. ... Note: For Jews living outside Israel, major Jewish holidays (except for Yom Kippur) are often ...

www.jfedgmw.org/jewish-holidays-a-calendar-rich-with-tradition

Jewish Holidays: A calendar rich with tradition · Shabbat · Rosh Hashanah · Yom Kippur · Sukkot · Simchat Torah · Hanukkah · Purim...

cdn.fedweb.org/fed-66/2/Jewish%2520Calendar1.pdf

PASSOVER. Deliverance of the Jewish people from Egypt. The first and last two days are observed as full holidays. There are dietary restrictions against ...