JCCMHolidays, News

When Is Chanukah? Chanukah begins on the eve of Kislev 25 and continues for eight days. On the civil calendar, it generally coincides with the month of December. Chanukah 2022 runs from Dec. 19 until … Read More

Simhat Torah


Immediately following the seven-day festival of Sukkot comes the two-day festival of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. (In the Land of Israel, the festival is “compacted” in a single day). Shemini Atzeret means “the eighth … Read More

Yom Kippur

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ATONEMENT & HOLINESS The holiest day of the year, when we reconnect with our essence, which remains faithful to G_d regardless of our behavior.t. [/cs_text] Yom Kippur Eve – Tuesday, October 4th 2022 Yom Kippur … Read More

Rosh Hashana

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THE WAKING OF CREATION Rosh Hashana is the time when Our Creator judges all His Creations. The soul stirring sound of the Shofar is a wake-up call to return to our Father.   Rosh Hashana … Read More

Tisha Be – Av August 6-7, 2022

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The fast of Tishea Beav, marks the destruction of both Beth Hamikdash. The fast will begin Saturday evening, August 6 at 20:47, and will end Sunday evening August 7 at 21:18. The fast begins at sunset of … Read More

17 of Tammuz – July 17th 2022

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The fast of the 17th of the Hebrew month of Tammuz, known as Shivah Asar B’Tammuz, is the start of a three-week mourning period for the destruction of Jerusalem and the two Holy Temples. The … Read More


JCCMEvents, Holidays, News

Purim How-To Guide Your Purim 2022 guide contains the story of Purim, and all you need to know about the 4 mitzvahs of Purim and the other observances of the day Purim, celebrated on the … Read More


JCCMHolidays, News

Purim begins Wednesday night, March 16 and continues through Thursday, March 17, 2022 (March 17-18 in Jerusalem) Monaco Purim Program at the Fairmont Rooftop: On Purim, we need to listen to the Megillah twice. Once … Read More

Tu Bishvat

JCCMEvents, Holidays

The 15th of Shevat on the Jewish calendar—celebrated this year on Monday, January 17, 2022—is the day that marks the beginning of a “new year” for trees. Commonly known as Tu Bishvat, this day marks … Read More