Jewish Holiday downloads for desktop, mobile and web calendars

Free Jewish holidays for Microsoft Outlook, iPhone, iPad, macOS Desktop Calendar, Android (via Google Calendar), or to any desktop program that supports iCalendar (.ics) files.

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Major holidays such as Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Passover, Hanukkah.
Does NOT include minor & modern holidays, fast days or Rosh Chodesh.

Diaspora schedule (for Jews living anywhere outside of modern Israel)

~40 events per year · 10-year perpetual feed

Without emoji:

Major, minor, modern Israeli holidays, fast days and more.
Diaspora schedule (for Jews living anywhere outside of modern Israel)

  • Major holidays such as Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Passover, Hanukkah
  • Rosh Chodesh
  • Minor holidays
  • Fast days
  • Modern Israeli holidays
  • Special Shabbatot

~95 events per year · 8-year perpetual feed

Without emoji:

Create a custom calendar with event titles in different languages, candle-lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, Israeli holiday schedule, etc

Parashat ha-Shavua - Weekly Torah Portion such as Bereshit, Noach, Lech-Lecha.

Diaspora schedule

~50 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed

Parashat ha-Shavua - Weekly Torah Portion such as בראשית, נח, לך־לך.

Israel schedule 🇮🇱

~50 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed

Displays the Hebrew date (such as 18th of Tevet) every day of the week. Sephardic transliteration.

Hebrew year is included in event title on the 1st of each month (e.g. 1st of Kislev, 5782)

365 events per year · 2-year perpetual feed

Displays the Hebrew date without nikud (e.g. י״ח טבת) every day of the week.

Hebrew year is included in event title on the 1st of each month (e.g. א׳ כסלו תשפ״ב)

365 events per year · 2-year perpetual feed

Displays the Hebrew date with nikud (e.g. י״ח טֵבֵת) every day of the week

365 events per year · 2-year perpetual feed

7 weeks from the second night of Pesach to the day before Shavuot

49 events per year · 3-year perpetual feed

Daily regimen of learning the Talmud

365 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed

A program of daily learning in which participants study two Mishnayot each day in order to finish the entire Mishnah in ~6 years

365 events per year · 5-year perpetual feed

יוֹם כִּפּוּר קָטָן is a minor day of atonement occurring monthly on the day preceding each Rosh Chodesh.

Yom Kippur Katan is omitted in Elul (on the day before Rosh Hashanah), Tishrei (Yom Kippur has just passed), Kislev (due to Chanukah) or Nisan (fasting not permitted during Nisan). When Rosh Chodesh occurs on Shabbat or Sunday, Yom Kippur Katan is observed on the preceding Thursday. [1]

9 events per year · 10-year perpetual feed

Areyvut's daily act of kindness and related quotation from Tanach or Rabbinic text.

Example (February 11): Visit residents of nursing homes who have no family to visit them. "The path of the righteous is like a ray of light" (Proverbs 4:18).

365 events per year · 10-year perpetual feed