We proffer you with some fantastic and enticing templates of the September 2020 calendar with holidays. The unique and quirky designs of our calendars would offer a serene and chic vibe to your place.
These calendars not only provide you with the dates and their corresponding days but also with the list of holidays present in September.
The clear and elegant design of our templates facilitates the intelligible reading of the dates, days, and holidays. All the holidays present in September are as follows:
September 2020 Calendar with Jewish Holidays (Hebrew Calendar)
- Leil Selichot:
- Erev Rosh Hoshanah
- Rosh Hashanah 5781
- Rosh Hashanah
- Erev Yom Kippur
- Yom Kippur
The Jewish festivals are also known as Yamim Tovim and refer to the holidays observed by the Jews. They are identified in Judaism throughout the Hebrew calendar.
These festivals are based on the social, cultural, and religious elements, which are further derived from the three sources. The Jewish holidays observed in September, which are even listed in our September 2020 calendar are as follows:
Selichot refer to the special prayers recited by the jaws during their fasts or even during the period preceding Yom Kippur to seek forgiveness from God.
According to Jewish Mysticism, the time at the end of the night and just before the morning is deemed favorable to recite such prayers because this is the time when you can feel the presence and closeness of God.
In this festival, the worshippers seek forgiveness for their heinous deeds committed in the past and promise never to repeat these acts. The worshippers direct their hearts towards repentance or teshuvah.
Erev Rosh Hoshanah
Rosh Hoshanah is the Jewish New Year and means ” head of the year” or “first of the year,” and Erev Rosh Hoshanah is an eve before the Rosh Hoshanah. The festival is held in the 7th month of the Hebrew calendar and falls on the first day of Tishrei, during September or October.
It is celebrated to commemorate the creation of this world and delineates the says of awe, ten days of repentance.
Rosh Hashanah 5781
It is the first day of the ten days of awe and ends with Yom Kippur, which is the holiest day of the year. It is a significant day for the Jews and the first day of the High Holidays.
The celebration is two days long and usually occurs in September. It is celebrated to remember God’s creation of this world where we dwell in.
This 2-day festival is a Jewish holiday and marks the first and the second days of the Jewish New year. It is celebrated by hearing the sound of shofars on both the mornings and lighting candles each evening and eating the various delicacies of the festival.
Erev Yom Kippur
Erev Yom Kippur is the eve preceding the Yom Kippur. It includes several rituals before the harsh held assessment of the Yom Kippur. Candle lighting and white clothing are observed in this say. The other rituals include Mincha afternoon service, Mikveh, and before a meal.
Yom Kippur marks the end of the ten days of awe. It is the day of atonement and is the most important holiday for the Jews. 25 hour fast and a particular religious service is offered on this day. It is even referred to as the “ Sabbath of Sabbaths.”
September 2020 Calendar with US Holidays
- Labour day
- International Literacy Day
- National Grandparents day
- Air force birthday
- Wife Appreciation Day
- World Tourism Day
- World heart day
Labour day is celebrated on the first Monday of September every year and this year it’s on September 7. It is celebrated to pay tribute to the achievements and contributions of the American workers.
This day is celebrated each year and was created in the late 19th century to pay tribute to the exceptional works of the workers.
It is celebrated in the cities and regions of the US with fireworks displays, parade, picnics, and other public gatherings as well. For the children, it represents the back to school season.
International Literacy Day
September 8 is observed as International literacy day all over the world. This day is celebrated to accentuate the significance of literacy to communities and individuals.
This day was celebrated for the first time in 1967 after UNESCO declared it on October 26 1966 at the 14th session of its general conference.
National Grandparents day
National Grandparents Day is observed on September 13 in the United States. It is a secular holiday in various countries and is even celebrated as an official holiday in other countries.
Some countries also celebrate the grandmothers’ and the grandfathers’ day separately, like Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Brazil, etc.
Air force birthday
The air force Birthday is observed on September 18 every year to commemorate the establishment of the United States air force, which became a separate branch of the armed forces on September 18, 1947.
Wife Appreciation Day
This day adds bliss to the love lives of the couples by proffering an opportunity to the spouse to show compassion and love to their wives. It is observed on the third Sunday in September and this year it’s on September 20.
The couples may observe this day by celebrating it traditionally through the exchanging of gifts. They may either opt for a posh dinner or a luxurious spa. A massage or a home dinner is also an excellent option to go for.
World Tourism Day
World Tourism Day is celebrated on September 27 every year. This day is celebrated to create awareness amongst the people related to the social, cultural, and economic aspects of tourism.
World heart day
This day is observed on September 29 and aims to create awareness amongst the people on cardiovascular topics and their diseases. Health checks and science forums are also conducted on this day.
The September 2020 calendars with holidays proffered by us would help you know about all the holidays, whether national or Jewish, along with the dates and their respective days. The colorful and various options of the calendar templates make it easy for you to select any calendar of your inclinations and preferences.