Fall and Winter Holidays 2022
September 25th and 26th, are both Sabbaths.
Rosh Hashanah is scripturally known as Yom Teruah which means “Day of Blowing”
and is commonly known as the Jewish New Year.
Sunset October 4th, is a Sabbath.
Yom Kippur literally means “Day of Atonement” and is essentially your
last chance to change the judgment that will come when the books are closed
and to demonstrate your repentance and make amends with God.
Sunset October 9th, to the 16th. The first and eighth days are Sabbaths.
Sukkot is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles.
During Sukkot we are to “dwell in booths” or a sukkah for seven days.
Sunset December 18th, to December 26th
Chanukkah is also known as the Feast of Dedication and the Festival of Lights.
During Chanukkah we light candles in a nine branched menorah often called a chanukiah.