To learn more about the programming for each of our events, check out our events calendar.

Tu B’Shvat (January 23, 2023) – New Year for Trees, marks the beginning of the agricultural cycle and the eating of fruits from the Land of Israel.

Purim (March 14, 2023) – Celebrates the salvation of the Jewish people from a genocide plot in the ancient Persian Empire.

Passover (March 30-April 6, 2023) – Commemorates the Jews’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

Shavuot (May 19-20, 2023) – Celebrates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai.

Tisha B’Av (July 29, 2023) – Mourns the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem.

Rosh Hashanah (September 11-12, 2023) – Jewish New Year, marks the beginning of the Jewish calendar and is a time of reflection and resolution.

Yom Kippur (September 20, 2023) – Day of Atonement, a time for fasting, prayer, and repenting for sins.

Sukkot (September 25-October 1, 2023) – Feast of Booths, celebrates the harvest and God’s protection of the Jewish people during their wandering in the desert.

Simchat Torah (October 1, 2023) – Rejoicing of the Torah, marks the end of the annual cycle of reading the Torah and the beginning of a new cycle.

Hanukkah (December 8-16, 2023) – Festival of Lights, celebrates the miracle of the oil that burned for eight days in the Temple.