Inside The Jewish Planner
We’ve laid out the lunar and solar calendars so you can keep track of them simultaneously, while also using the planner for important dates and appointments. The offset of the two calendars are visually connected by shaded blocks representing sundown.
This wheel connects you to the cyclical nature of the week, the perpetual return of Shabbat – while providing insights into where this week falls in the broader cycle of the year. It also lists the Torah portion traditionally read for this week in the annual reading cycle with a short quote from the portion to serve as inspiration.
With Jewish teachings, prompts for reflections, and space to take notes, this can be an all-purpose tool that integrates ancient wisdom and modern practicality.
note: These demo images are from previous years. The dates are not accurate for 5782 and the color for 5782 is violet, so more reddish purple than depicted here. Plus, the weekly wheel is now bigger!
Print your own planner or view it as a pdf on a device. This option is great for Jewish educators working in an organization. You can work with your team to plan around seasonal themes and holidays without needing to print anything out. You can also use the planner as a teaching tool, screen sharing pages on Zoom, or printing physical copies of specific pages for in-person classrooms. Consider getting the digital version in addition to a physical planner.