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The Hebrew or Jewish calendar is a lunisolar calendar used today predominantly for Jewish religious observances. It determines the dates for Jewish holidays ...

September, 2016 - Jewish Calendar - Chabad.org


Jewish Practice. Parshah (Weekly Torah) · Daily Study · Texts & Writings .... Jewish Practice » Jewish Calendar. To view Shabbat Times click here to set your  ...

Jewish Calendar, Hebrew Date Converter, Holidays - hebcal.com


Interactive web interface for generating a list of Jewish dates and times customized to zip codes, converting between Hebrew and Gregorian dates.

The Jewish Calendar | Calendars - Webexhibits


The current definition of the Jewish calendar is generally said to have been set down by the Sanhedrin president Hillel II in approximately C.E. 359. The original  ...

Introduction to the Jewish Calendar - Hebrew for Christians


The Hebrew lunar calendar (i.e., ha-lu'ach ha-ivri: הַלוּחַ הַעִבְרִי) is "set" differently than the solar calendar. The day begins at sundown; the climactic day of the ...

Jewish Calendar: Solar and Lunar - My Jewish Learning


Looking for a Jewish calendar? Click here to create a free, customized, printable Jewish calendar. You can also download free digital Jewish calend ...

Jewish Holidays | Orthodox Union


The Jewish holidays calendar with articles and stories on Pesach, Passover, Sukkot, Rosh HaShanah, High Holidays, Chanukkah, Purim, Tisha B'av and more.

The Jewish Calendar | ReformJudaism.org


Unlike the Gregorian (civil) calendar, which is based on the sun (solar), the Jewish calendar is based primarily on the moon (lunar), with periodic adjustments ...

Introduction to Jewish Calendar - JewishGen


Fundamentals of the Jewish Calendar: Days and Weeks; Months; Years; Holidays. Further Information: Books; Computer Programs; JewishGen Services ...

The Jewish or Hebrew Leap Year - Timeanddate.com


A leap year in the Jewish calendar has 13 months and occurs 7 times in a 19- year cycle. In Hebrew, a leap year is referred to as Shanah Me'uberet, or pregnant ...

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Judaism 101: Jewish Calendar


Learn about the Jewish calendar, its background and history, the numbering of Jewish years, the months of the Jewish year and the days of the Jewish week.

Jewish Calendar - Aish.com


All-purpose Jewish calendar - listing holidays, sefirat ha'omer, shabbat and holiday candle lighting times.

The Jewish Calendar | Jewish Virtual Library


The Jewish calendar is primarily lunar, with each month beginning on the new moon, when the first sliver of moon becomes visible after the dark of the moon.