There isn't any festival celebrated along with Christmas as per the Hebrew calendar, since Christmas is not tied to the Hebrew calendar.
(So every year, Christmas falls on a different date on the Hebrew calendar).
Passover is always celebrated at the same time on the Hebrew calendar, the 15th of Nisan. However, the Hebrew and Western calendars are not the same so Passover falls on different dates on the Western calendar.
Christmas is not tied to the Hebrew calendar. Since it's tied to the Western calendar, it falls on a different date every year on the Hebrew calendar. (The opposite of Jewish holidays, which are the same date every year on the Hebrew calendar, but different dates on the Western calendar. Here are Hebrew Dates for Christmas for the next 5 Years: 2013 = 22 Tevet 5774 2014 = 3 Tevet 5775 2015 = 13 Tevet 5776 2016 = 25 Kislev 5777 2017 = 7 Tevet 5778
Purim is the Jewish holiday celebrated on the 14th of the month of Adar. It usually falls out sometime in March on the secular calendar. It is a festival celebrating the hidden miracle of the Persian Jews being saved from extermination by Haman.
The Gregorian Calendar is solar and the Hebrew Calendar is lunisolar.
None. There is no Jewish holiday that is specifically celebrated during Christmas. Hanukkah SOMETIMES coincides with Christmas, but not always.Hanukkah starts on the Hebrew calendar date of 25 Kislev, and lasts for eight days. Here are the coinciding secular dates for the upcoming years:2011: December 20-282012: December 8-162013: November 27-December 52014: December 16-242015: December 6-14
The Torah spells out that this is a festival for the Jewish people. Rosh Hodesh is the festival for the beginning of Hebrew Calendar months, which always start on a New Moon. "And on your joyous occasions - your fixed festivals and new moon days - you shall sound the trumpets over your burnt offerings and your sacrifices of well-being." (Numbers 10:10a)
In the Hebrew calendar, the month of Av is followed by the month of Elul.
1 week = 1 week on the Hebrew calendar. (The Hebrew week is the same length as the week on the Western calendar)
Christmas = khag hamolad hanotsri, which means "festival of the birth of the nazarene".
The Hebrew calendar is used in Israel, and by Jews all over the world.
A Hebrew calendar website can help you with that.
In the Hebrew calendar, the month of Nissan immediately precedes Iyar.