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Most holidays listed actually begin at sundown on the evening prior to the date listed. However, to avoid confusion about important services, the entries for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Passover, and Yom Hashoah do include evening event dates.
Please see the “Events” calendar on the Home page for dates and times of holiday services.
Erev Rosh Hashanah – evening of Sept. 15
Rosh Hashanah – Sept. 16
Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidrei) – evening of Sept. 24
Yom Kippur – Sept. 25
Sukkot – Sept. 30 – Oct. 6
Simchat Torah — Oct. 7
Hanukkah – Dec. 8 – 15
(Light 1st candle evening of Dec. 7; light 8th candle Dec. 14)
Tu B’Shevat – Jan. 25
Purim – March 24
Passover – April 23-29, 2023 (Passover Seder, held on the evening of April 22)
Yom HaSho’ah – May 6 (service TO BE HELD evening of May 5)
Yom Hazikaron/Yom Ha’Atzma’ut – May 13-14 (Israel Memorial Day and Israel Independence Day)
Pesach Sheni/2nd Passover – May 22
Shavuot – June 12
Fast of 17 Tamuz, start of the Three Weeks—July 23
Tisha B’Av—Aug. 13