Calendar, The Jewish
Tishrei, Month of
Fast of Gedaliah
Ten Days of Repentance
Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah
Cheshvan, Month of
Kislev, Month of
Tevet, Month of
Tevet 10 (Fast)
Shevat, Month of
Adar, Month of
Nissan, Month of
Sefirat HaOmer period
Iyar, Month of
Pesach Sheni ("Second Passover")
Sivan, Month of
Tammuz 17 (Fast)
Three Weeks, The
The Nine Days
Tisha B’Av (Fast)
Seven of Consolation
Av, month of
Elul, Month of
Dates on the Secular Calendar
Parshah Vayelech, Shabbat Shuvah and Yom Kippur – the meaning of teshuvah, tefillah and tzedakah, and the service of the High Priest in the golden and white clothing and how it re-enacts itself in the Jews entry into our quintessential space and soul on...
Rabbi Mordechai Gutnick relates that his father, known as a powerful orator, once confided in the Rebbe that he wonders how much he is actually accomplishing with his speeches. The Rebbe’s advice to his father is something Rabbi Gutnick still uses today.
The most comprehensive and advanced Jewish calendar online. Features a brief summary of key events in Jewish history, laws and customs, Shabbat times and more.
Since Biblical times the months and years of the Jewish calendar have been established by the cycles of the moon and the sun. Torah law prescribes that the months follow closely the course of the moon, from its birth each month to the next New Moon.
All about the Jewish calendar and how it works
If you are not relating to the words of the Megillah, then you are experiencing a backwards Purim.
A desert decree revoked . . . a marriage ban lifted . . . 600 survivors go wife-hunting . . . roadblocks to Jerusalem removed . . . Betar dead buried . . . What is the connection between all of these events?
Use this powerful tool to convert any regular calendar date to its corresponding Jewish calendar date, or vice versa.
"Creation" (beriah, in the Hebrew), which means bringing something into being out of a prior state of non-existence, implies a "before" and "after"; so to say that G-d created anything is also to say that He first (or simultaneously) created time...
Nissan is the first month, but it comes six months after the beginning of the year; Rosh Hashanah is the first day of the year, but it falls in the seventh month. Makes sense? It does, if you’re a Jew.
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