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The Jewish Year is counted from the time of creation, so it is currently 5781, for the calendar beginning on Rosh Hashanah, which fell on September 19th and ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_observances_set_by_the_Hebrew_calendar

Main articles: Hebrew calendar and Jewish holidays. All observances begin at sunset the day prior to the Gregorian date listed unless otherwise ... Jewish calendar year 5782 - Shmi...

www.infoplease.com/calendars/holidays/jewish-holidays

Here are the dates of the most important Jewishholidays through 2030. These holidays move in the Western ... 2011, March 20, April 19, June 8, Sept.

nationaltoday.com/rosh-hashanah

Sep 6, 2021 ... Rosh Hashanah, literally translating to 'head of the year', is the Jewish New Year, starting on the first day of Tishrei — the Jewish calendar's .....

mountainstates.adl.org/files/2021/06/5-year-Jewish-Holiday-Calendar-2021-2026.pdf

*Jewish holidays begin at sunset the previous day (e.g. Rosh Hashanah will begin on the evening of September 6, 2021). Rosh Hashanah – The Jewish New Year; ...

www.jewishallianceri.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CRC-Holiday-Calendar_2017-2021-4.8.14.pdf

In addition to providing dates for Jewish holidays ... Sept. 28. Monday. Sukkot. Feast of the. Tabernacles. Oct. 17 & 18. Mon. & Tues. Oct. 5 & 6.

www.temple-beth-el.org/hhd

Hebrew Months, Jewish Holidays, Secular Months. Tishri. Selichot, Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Simchat Torah. September-October. Chesvan.

www.deseret.com/faith/2021/9/5/22650672/what-is-rosh-hashana-the-jewish-new-year-elul-tishrei-yom-kippur

Sep 5, 2021 ... Why do Jews celebrate the new year in September (or sometimes in October)? ... This is a tricky one. There is a connection to the spring holiday ...

mjaa.org/jewish-holidays-2019-2020

Yom Kippur- Begins sunset of Friday, September 28, 2020| Ends nightfall of Saturday, September 29, 2020 Yom Kippur is a Day of Atonement. Repentance and ...

www.decaloguesociety.org/jewish-holidays

No other prohibitions on this holiday. Thursday, September 16. YOM KIPPUR – High Holy Day – The holiest day of the Jewish calendar. Fast from sundown on ...

jewishcolumbus.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/JEWISH-HOLIDAY-CALENDAR-2018-2022.pdf

Each Jewish holiday is explained following the calendar below. ... Sept. 7 & 8. Tues. & Wed. * EREV (EVE OF). YOM KIPPUR. September 18. Tuesday.