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Jewish Name Biblical Name/(Event) English Name Hebrew Date Gregorian Date

Rosh Hashana

Yom Teruah

Feast of Trumpets

1 Tishri

Sep 25, 2014

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur

Day of Atonement

10 Tishri

Oct 4, 2014

Sukkot

Sukkot
(includes Hoshana Raba)

Feast of Tabernacles

15-21 Tishri

Oct 9-15, 2014

*Simchat Torah

(Ezra/Nehemiah Revival)

Celebration of the Torah

23 Tishri

Oct 17, 2014

*Chanukah

Chanukah (John10:22)

Feast of Dedication

25 Kislev - 2 Tevet

Dec 17 - Dec 24, 2014

*Purim

Purim

Lots / Feast of Esther

14 Adar

Mar 5, 2015

 

Pesach

Passover

14 Nisan

Apr 3, 2015

Pesach/Passover

Chag Matzah

Feast of Unleavened Bread

15-22 Nisan

Apr 4 - Apr 11, 2015

Yom HaBikkurim

Re'shiyt (Lev 23:10-14)

First Fruits (of Barley)

23 Nisan

Apr 12, 2015

Shavuot

(Rabbinic/P'rushim dated)

Feast of Weeks

6 Sivan

May 24, 2015

 

??Shavuot (Tzaddikim)

Feast of Weeks/Pentecost

6 Sivan

May 24, 2015

*The asterisk denotes a day of celebration not commanded in Torah, but rather created by Biblical events.

??After the 2nd Temple was destroyed the rabbis chose 6 of Sivan for Shavuot, always counting 50 days from Nisan 15. History reports that the Kohenim of the Temple counted 50 days from Yom HaBikkurim, which itself is always the first day of the week after the Passover, therefore the Scriptural Shavuot is always on the 7th first day of the week after Passover.

Festivals begin at sundown the prior Gregorian day.