- This year, the first night of Hanukkah happens to fall on Christmas Eve — which hasn’t happened in nearly four decades. On the Jewish calendar, which relies on lunar months that last either 29 or 30 days, Hanukkah begins on the same night every year: the 25th of the month of Kislev.
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Dec 20, 2016 · Since 1900, the first night of Hanukkah has fallen on Christmas Eve three times (with 2016 being the fourth). Hanukkah has started on Christmas Day four times in the same period. With eight total...
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For the first time since 2005, the first night of Hanukkah will coincide with Christmas this year. The only difference is that more than a decade ago, the Jewish holiday started on Christmas Day, 25th December. This time, it will begin at sunset on Christmas Eve, the 24th. This 8-day holiday will end on the evening of 1st January.
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The first night of Hanukkah and Christmas Eve literally converge tomorrow night, Dec. 24 -- a calendar coincidence greeted with joy by many, including me. But the inherent apprehension about the...
Dec 23, 2016 · A 9 foot Hanukkah menorah is raised in front of the PPL Center in Allentown on Dec. 23, 2016 in preparation of Hanukkah "Festival of the Lights" which starts on Saturday night December 24, 2016.
Dec 25, 2016 · It has been nearly four decades since the first night of Hanukkah fell on the day before Christmas.
Hanukkah — the Jewish holiday also known as Festival of Lights or Feast of Dedication — begins Sunday night and ends on the evening of Dec. 30.
Hanukkah falls on the 25th of Kislev, which may coincide with November or December. What is the difference in years between Christmas and Hanukkah?
Hi there! Chanukah (Hanukkah) starts on the Hebrew calendar date of 25 Kislev, and lasts for eight days.Here are the coinciding secular dates for this year: Chanukah 2020: Nightfall on December 10 - Nightfall on December 18
Aug 17, 2020 · Happened on: Saturday, December 24, 2016 (though Christmas and Hanukkah often overlap, and may be bundled anyway by savvy advertisers). The two holidays overlapped four times since 1900 including...
Nov 24, 2013 · The Jewish month of Kislev can currently start as early as November 3 or as late as December 2, which means that the first day of Hanukkah can come as early as November 28 or as late as December 27. The reason for the broad range of possible dates is that the Jewish calendar is lunar-solar. The months are based on the cycles of the moon.