At WRT, holidays and festivals mark the sacred moments in time that bring our community together in observance and celebration. Each holiday prompts us to experience the unique sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the season, as well as to engage in the learning, social action, and arts and culture associated with its special moment.

The first date specified for each occasion marks the evening when the holiday begins since days on the Jewish calendar begin at sunset.

 Jewish Year 5782 5783
 Secular Dates Sept. 2021–Sept. 2022 Sept. 2022–Sept. 2023
 Rosh Hashanah Sept 6-8 Sept 25-27
 Yom Kippur Sept 15-16 Oct 4-5
 Sukkot Sept 20-27 Oct 9-16
 Shemini Atzeret – Simchat Torah Sept 27-28 Oct 16-17
 Chanukah Nov 28- Dec 6 Dec 18-26
 Tu BiShvat Jan 16-17 Feb 5-6
 Purim Mar 16-17 Mar 6-7
 Pesach Apr 15-22 Apr 5-12
 Yom Hashoah Apr 27-28 Apr 17-18
Yom Hazikaron May 3-4 Apr 24-25
Yom Haatzmaut May 4-5 Apr 25-26
 Lag Ba’Omer May 18-19 May 8-9
 Shavuot Jun 4-5 May 25-26
 Tisha B’Av Aug 6-7 July 26-27
Selichot Service Aug 28 Sept 9