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United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism's official calendar for the Jewish year. It is intended to guide congregations and individuals through the liturgy during the Jewish year 5774.

This book contains no instance of the Divine name that requires burial ( גְנּיִזהָ genizah). Everywhere that such a name appears, the first letter is separated from the remainder of the letters so that the name never appears as an intact unit ( e. g., ל ·ֵ .( א Copyright © 2013 by Miles B. Cohen and Leslie Rubin All rights reserved Published by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, in partnership with the Rabbinical Assembly and the Cantors Assembly No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system without the express prior written consent of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. ISBN 978- 0- 9834535- 7- 4 ( online edition) design and composition by miles b. cohen Luaḥ Hashanah 5774 was inspired by the vision and endeavors of Kenneth S. Goldrich ז״ל . Ken’s efforts provided a comprehensive English luaḥ for the Conservative movement beginning in 5755 ( 1994). y Dedicated to the memory of Leah Cohen ז״ל my mother, my teacher, and my typesetting partner who taught me to strive for excellence and showed me that the details matter — MBC

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Front MatterUsing eLuah 5774ContentsPrefaceGuide to TransliterationsGuide to Symbols and ConventionsAbout the Year 5774HEBREW CALENDAR 5774Elul 5773Rosh ?odesh Elul—Day 2Shabbat ShofetimShabbat Ki tetseShabbat Ki tavoShabbat Nitsavim + VayelekhLeyl Seli?otTishrey 5774Rosh Hashanah—Day 1Rosh Hashanah—Day 2Shabbat Ha'azinuTsom GedalyahYom KippurSukkot—Day 1Sukkot—Day 2Shabbat ?ol Hamo'ed Sukkot?ol Hamo'ed Sukkot WeekdaysHosha'na RabbahShemini AtseretSim?at TorahShabbat BereshitRosh ?odesh ?eshvan—Day 1?eshvan 5774Shabbat Noa? Rosh ?odesh ?eshvanShabbat Lekh lekhaShabbat VayeraShabbat ?ayyey sarahShabbat ToledotRosh ?odesh Kislev—Day 1Yortsayt: Death on 30 ?eshvanKislev 5774Yortsayt: Death on 30 ?eshvanRosh ?odesh Kislev—Day 2Shabbat VayetseShabbat Vayishla?Shabbat Vayeshev?anukkah—Day 1?anukkah—Day 2Shabbat Mikkets ?anukkah—Day 3?anukkah—Day 4?anukkah—Day 5Rosh ?odesh Tevet—Day 1 ?anukkah—Day 6Yortsayt: Death on 30 KislevTevet 5774Yortsayt: Death on 30 KislevRosh ?odesh Tevet—Day 2 ?anukkah—Day 7?anukkah—Day 8Shabbat VayiggashAsarah BetevetShabbat Vay?iShabbat ShemotShabbat Va'eraShevat 5774Rosh ?odesh ShevatShabbat BoShabbat Beshalla?Chanting Shirat HayamTu Bishvat Fifteenth of ShevatShabbat YitroTe'amim for Public ReadingChanting Aseret HadibberotAseret Hadibberot in the Triennial CycleShabbat MishpatimRosh ?odesh Adar Rishon—Day 11st Adar 5774Yorstayt: Death during AdarYortsayt: Death during 1st AdarShabbat Terumah Rosh ?odesh Adar Rishon—Day 2Shabbat TetsavvehShabbat Ki tissaShabbat Vayak·helShabbat PekudeyRosh ?odesh Adar Sheni—Day 1Yortsayt: Death on 30th of 1st Adar2nd Adar 5774Yorstayt: Death during AdarYortsayt: Death during 2nd AdarRosh ?odesh Adar Sheni—Day 2Shabbat VayikraTa'anit EsterShabbat TsavPurimShushan PurimShabbat SheminiShabbat TazriaNisan 5774Rosh ?odesh NisanShabbat MetsoraShabbat A?arey motPesa?—Day 1Pesa?—Day 2?ol Hamo'ed Pesa?—WeekdaysShabbat ?ol Hamo'ed Pesa??ol Hamo'ed Pesa?—WeekdayPesa?—Day 7Pesa?—Day 8Shabbat KedoshimYom Hasho'ah VehagevurahRosh ?odesh Iyyar—Day 1Iyyar 5774Rosh ?odesh Iyyar—Day 2Shabbat EmorYom HazikkaronYom Ha'atsma'utShabbat BeharPesa? SheniShabbat Be?ukkotayLag Ba'omerShabbat BemidbarYom YerushalayimSivan 5774Rosh ?odesh SivanShabbat NasoShavu'ot—Day 1Shavu'ot—Day 2Shabbat Beha'alotekhaShabbat Shela? lekhaShabbat Kora?Shabbat ?ukkat Rosh ?odesh Tammuz—Day 1Tammuz 5774Rosh ?odesh Tammuz—Day 2Shabbat BalakShabbat Pine?asShiv'ah Asar BetammuzShabbat MattotShabbat Mas'eyAv 5774Rosh ?odesh AvShabbat DevarimTish'ah Be'avShabbat Va'et·?annanTu Be'avShabbat EkevShabbat Re'ehRosh ?odesh Elul—Day 1Elul 5774Rosh ?odesh Elul—Day 2Shabbat ShofetimShabbat Ki tetseShabbat Ki tavoShabbat Leyl Seli?otSECULAR CALENDAR 2013-2014Aug 2013Tue 6 Aug (evening)Wed 7 AugSat 10 AugSat 17 AugSat 24 AugSat 31 Aug (daytime)Sat 31 Aug (evening)Sat 31 Aug (night)Sep 2013Wed 4 SepWed 4 Sep (evening)Thu 5 Sep (morning)Thu 5 Sep (evening)Fri 6 Sep (morning)Fri 6 Sep (evening)Sat 7 Sep (daytime)Sat 7 Sep (evening)Sun 8 SepFri 13 Sep (morning)Fri 13 Sep (evening)Sat 14 Sep (daytime)Sat 14 Sep (evening)Mon 16 SepWed 18 Sep (daytime)Wed 18 Sep (evening)Thu 19 Sep (daytime)Thu 19 Sep (evening)Fri 20 Sep (daytime)Fri 20 Sep (evening)Sat 21 Sep (daytime)Sat 21 Sep (evening)Sun 22 Sep (evening)Sun 22 Sep (morning)Mon 23 Sep (evening)Mon 23 Sep (morning)Tue 24 Sep (morning)Tue 24 Sep (evening)Wed 25 Sep (daytime)Wed 25 Sep (evening)Thu 26 Sep (daytime)Thu 26 Sep (evening)Fri 27 Sep (daytime)Fri 27 Sep (evening)Sat 28 Sep (morning)Sun 29 Sep (morning)Oct 2013Thu 3 Oct (daytime)Thu 3 Oct (evening)Fri 4 OctFri 4 Oct (evening)Sat 5 OctSun 6 OctSat 12 OctSat 19 OctSat 26 OctNov 2013Sat 2 Nov (daytime)Sat 2 Nov (evening)Sun 3 NovSun 3 Nov (evening)Mon 4 NovSat 9 NovSat 16 NovSat 23 NovWed 27 Nov (daytime)Wed 27 Nov (evening)Thu 28 Nov (daytime)Thu 28 Nov (evening)Fri 29 Nov (daytime)Fri 29 Nov (evening)Sat 30 Nov (daytime)Sat 30 Nov (evening)Dec 2013Sun 1 Dec (daytime)Sun 1 Dec (evening)Mon 2 Dec (daytime)Mon 2 Dec (evening)Tue 3 DecTue 3 Dec (evening)Wed 4 Dec (daytime)Wed 4 Dec (evening)Thu 5 DecSat 7 DecFri 13 Dec (morning)Sat 14 DecSat 21 DecSat 28 DecJan 2014Wed 1 JanWed 1 Jan (evening)Thu 2 JanSat 4 JanSat 11 JanWed 15 Jan (daytime)Wed 15 Jan (evening)Sat 18 JanSat 25 JanThu 30 Jan (evening)Fri 31 JanFeb 2014Fri 31 Jan (evening)Sat 1 FebSat 8 FebFri 14 FebSat 15 FebSat 22 FebMar 2014Sat 1 Mar (daytime)Sat 1 Mar (evening)Sun 2 MarSun 2 Mar (evening)Mon 3 MarSat 8 MarThu 13 Mar (morning)Sat 15 Mar (morning)Sat 15 Mar (evening)Sat 15 Mar (night)Sun 16 Mar (daytime)Sun 16 Mar (evening)Mon 17 MarSat 22 Mar (morning)Sat 29 Mar (morning)Mon 31 MarApr 2014Mon 31 Mar (evening)Tue 1 AprSat 5 AprSat 12 Apr (morning)Sat 12 Apr (evening)Sun 13 Apr (evening)Mon 14 Apr (morning)Mon 14 Apr (afternoon)Mon 14 Apr (evening)Tue 15 Apr (daytime)Tue 15 Apr (evening)Wed 16 Apr (daytime)Wed 16 Apr (evening)Wed 16 Apr (evening)Thu 17 Apr (evening)Thu 17 Apr (morning)Fri 18 Apr (morning)Fri 18 Apr (evening)Sat 19 Apr (daytime)Sat 19 Apr (evening)Sun 20 Apr (daytime)Sun 20 Apr (evening)Mon 21 Apr (daytime)Mon 21 Apr (evening)Tue 22 Apr (daytime)Tue 22 Apr (evening)Wed 23 Apr (daytime)Wed 23 Apr (evening)Thu 24 AprFri 25 AprSat 26 Apr (daytime)Sat 26 Apr (evening)Sun 27 Apr (evening)Sun 27 Apr (evening)Mon 28 Apr (daytime)Mon 28 Apr (evening)Tue 29 Apr (evening)Wed 30 AprMay 2014Wed 30 Apr (evening)Thu 1 May (daytime)Thu 1 May (evening)Fri 2 MaySat 3 May (daytime)Sat 3 May (evening)Sun 4 May (evening)Mon 5 May (daytime)Mon 5 May (evening)Tue 6 May (daytime)Tue 6 May (evening)Wed 7 MayThu 8 MayFri 9 MaySat 10 May (daytime)Sat 10 May (evening)Sun 11 MayMon 12 MayTue 13 May (daytime)Tue 13 May (evening)Wed 14 May (daytime)Wed 14 May (evening)Thu 15 MayFri 16 MaySat 17 May (daytime)Sat 17 May (evening)Sun 18 May (daytime)Sun 18 May (evening)Mon 19 MayTue 20 MayWed 21 MayThu 22 MayFri 23 MaySat 24 May (daytime)Sat 24 May (evening)Sun 25 MayMon 26 MayTue 27 May (daytime)Tue 27 May (evening)Wed 28 May (daytime)Wed 28 May (evening)Thu 29 MayThu 29 May (evening)Fri 30 May (daytime)Fri 30 May (evening)Sat 31 May (daytime)Sat 31 May (evening)Jun 2014Sun 1 Jun (daytime)Sun 1 Jun (evening)Mon 2 Jun (daytime)Mon 2 Jun (evening)Tue 3 Jun (daytime)Tue 3 Jun (evening)Wed 4 Jun (daytime)Wed 4 Jun (evening)Thu 5 Jun (daytime)Thu 5 Jun (evening)Fri 6 JunSat 7 JunSun 8 Jun (daytime)Sat 14 JunSat 21 JunFri 27 Jun (evening)Sat 28 JunSat 28 Jun (evening)Sun 29 JunJul 2014Sat 5 JulSat 12 JulTue 15 Jul (morning)Sat 19 JulSat 26 JulSun 27 JulSun 27 Jul (evening)Mon 28 JulAug 2014Fri 1 Aug (evening)Sat 2 Aug (daytime)Sat 2 Aug (evening)Mon 4 Aug (daytime)Mon 4 Aug (evening)Tue 5 Aug (daytime)Tue 5 Aug (evening)Wed 6 Aug (morning)Sat 9 AugSun 10 AugMon 11 Aug (morning)Sat 16 AugSat 23 AugMon 25 Aug (evening)Tue 26 AugTue 26 Aug (evening)Wed 27 AugSat 30 AugSep 2014Sat 6 SepSat 13 SepSat 20 Sep (daytime)Sat 20 Sep (evening)Sat 20 Sep (night)Wed 24 SepHOLIDAYSRosh HashanahSeli?ot — Penitential PrayersTeki'at Shofar — Hearing the Sounds of the ShofarPreparing to Celebrate with a New Fruit or with New ClothesEruv TavshilinPreparation of a Flame for Rosh HashanahCandle Lighting — Day 1Rosh Hashanah Meals — Day 1 and Day 2TashlikhCandle Lighting — Day 2Celebrating with a New Fruit or New ClothesCandle Lighting for Shabbat after Rosh HashanahYom KippurYom Kippur Prohibitions and PracticesCandle Lighting for Shabbat and Yom KippurBlessing the ChildrenBefore Kol NidreySukkotBuilding a SukkahAcquiring Lulav and EtrogThe Lulav AssemblyPreparation of a Flame for Yom TovEruv TavshilinEating in the SukkahTaking the LulavCandle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Yom Tov Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Waving the Lulav during HallelCircling the Sanctuary with Lulav and EtrogCandle Lighting — Day 2Candle Lighting for Shabbat after Yom TovWearing Tefillin during ?ol Hamo'edHosha'na RabbahShemini AtseretEruv TavshilinPreparation of a Flame for Yom TovCandle Lighting for Shemini AtseretYom Tov Meals for Shemini AtseretMashiv Harua?Sim?at TorahCelebrating with the Torah on Sim?at TorahAttah Hor'eytaHakkafotCandle Lighting for Sim?at TorahYom Tov Meals for Sim?at TorahReading the Torah on Sim?at Torah MorningCandle Lighting for Shabbat after Yom Tov?anukkahCandle ?Lighting for ?anukkahSpecial Instructions for the Synagogue?PurimTa'anit EsterThe Five Mitsvot of Purim??Procedure for Reading of Megillat EsterPesa?How to Search for ?ametsHow to Dispose of ?ametsFast of the Firstborn and SiyyumPreparation of a Flame for Yom TovCandle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 1Yom Tov Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Morid HatalCandle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 2Sefirat Ha'omer?Wearing Tefillin during ?ol Hamo'edPreparation of a Flame for Yom TovCandle Lighting for Yom Tov — Day 7Yom Tov Meals — Day 7 and Day 8Chanting Shirat HayamCandle Lighting for Pesa? — Day 8Yom Ha'atsma'utShavu'otPreparing a Flame for Yom TovArvit — Day 1: Completing 7 Full Weeks of the OmerCandle Lighting — Day 1Yom Tov Meals — Day 1 and Day 2Tikkun Leyl Shavu'ot at NightCandle Lighting — Day 2OTHER COMMEMORATIONSTsom GedalyahAbout Tsom GedalyahAsarah BetevetTa'anit EsterYom Hasho'ahYom HazikkaronYom Ha'atsma'utLag Ba'omerYom YerushalayimShiv'ah Asar BetammuzTish'ah Be'avThe Nine DaysThe Afternoon before Tish'ah Be'avProhibitions throughout Tish'ah Be'avProcedures in the SynagogueMegillat Eykhah and KinotThe Tenth of AvSPECIAL SHABBATOTShabbat ShuvahShabbat ShirahChanting Shirat HayamShabbat ShekalimShabbat ZakhorShabbat ParahShabbat Ha?odeshShabbat HagadolShabbat ?azonShabbat Na?amuAppendixesSefirat Ha'omerBirkat KohanimDetermining the Date of a YorsaytHELP
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