Holidays

Holidays and festivals form the circle of the Jewish year. While celebrating and observing with our community fills an important role, there is also an essential component which we can fulfill at home, especially for our children, for whom we set the example of Jewish worship.

  • Tishah B'Av - JUL 31 - AUG 1 2017

  • Selichot - SEPT 16 2017

  • Rosh HaShanah - SEPT 20–22 2017

  • Yom Kippur - SEPT 29–30 2017

  • Sukkot - OCT 4–11 2017

  • Simchat Torah - OCT 11–12 2017

  • Hanukkah - DEC 12–20 2017

  • Tu BiSh'vat - JAN 30–31 2018

  • Purim - FEB 28–MAR 1 2018

  • Passover - MAR 30–APR 6 2018

  • Yom HaShoah - APR 11–12 2018

  • Yom HaZikaron & Yom HaAtzmaut - APR 17–19 2018

  • Lag BaOmer - MAY 2–3 2018

  • Shavuot - MAY 19–20 2018

  • Tishah B'Av - JUL 21–22 2018

  • Selichot - SEPT 1 2018

Celebrate Shavuot

Celebrate Shavuot

Shavuot means “weeks.” It marks the completion of the seven-week counting period, the Omer, between Passover and Shavuot. One of the three pilgrimage holidays mentioned in the Torah, it celebrates both the harvest of the first fruits and the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai over 3,000 years ago.

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