the Jewish New Year begins on the first of Tishrei, Hebrew months. you would have to check the Hebrew calendar for the English date of that.
As of November, 2010, the year, according to the Jewish calendar is 5771.
As of 2014, it is 5774 according to the Jewish calendar.
In one week will begin the last month of year 5.768 of the Jewish calendar. Year zero being the year the world was created
It was 5769 up until Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year which this year began on the 18th of September in the secular calendar; so, according to the Jewish calendar, it is now 5770.
this year it starts on Feb. 24.
In September (24th) of 2014, the Jewish year will be 5775. Year 1 on the Jewish calendar began the sixth day of creation according to the book of Genesis.
The Jewish calendar is a lunar calendar. The New Year is always on the same date in that calendar - it is just our solar calendar where the date "changes."
Well, the year starting in September, 2010 is 5771 on the Jewish calendar - so 3761 BCE (before the common era). However, this refers to when Adam's soul was created and not when the universe was created. Most modern Jews recognize that the earth is around 4.6 Billion years old.,
Israel operates according to the Gregorian Calendar, so, like nearly every other country, it is currently 2012. Jewish observances, however, are regulated by the Jewish Calendar and it is currently 5772 on that calendar.
The year 7000 on the Hebrew calendar will occur in September of the year 3240.
The Hebrew calendar year of 5772 began on September 29, 2011.