Holiday Dates for Hebrew Year 5776

Jewish holidays are from Sundown to Sundown. The holiday begins at Sundown of the previous evening to the date listed. Hanukkah and Passover are two holidays that last longer than one day. The dates for these holidays are listed.

Click on any of the holiday names for more information about the holiday and how TAI celebrates!

Shabbat Every Saturday

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Generation TAI enjoying a Sukkot meal in the TAI sukkah

Rosh HaShanah Sept. 14-15 2015
Yom Kippur Sept. 23 2015
Sukkot Sept. 28 - Oct. 4 2015
Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah Oct. 5 - 6 2015
Hanukkah Dec. 7 - 14 2015
Tu BiSh’vat Jan. 25 2016
Purim Mar. 24 2016
Passover Apr. 23 - 30 2016
Yom HaShoah May 5 2016
Yom HaZikaron May 11 2016
Yom HaAtzmaut May 12 2016
Shavuot June 12 2016

Tishah B'av: A Brief History

in Jewish Holidays
Tishah B'Av means "Ninth of Av" and refers to a Jewish day of fasting and mourning. Excerpted from The Jewish Home by Daniel B. Syme. URJ Press Traditionally Tishah B'Av is the darkest of all days, a time set aside for mourning the destruction of both ancient…