Rosh Hashanah holiday begins Wednesday night October 20th to Friday October 22nd, followed by Shabbos, October 23rd.
On Rosh Hashanah, the most universal of all Jewish holidays, we commemorate the creation of the human being. Creation began with one human being called Adam so all of humanity would know that there is one creator. Adam contained the souls of all people, men and women, of all nations,for generations to come. The prayers of Rosh Hashanah are designed for us to tap into the original divine vision and purpose for creation. In so doing, our souls are uplifted and we can receive a glimpse of the people God wants us to be. On Rosh Hashanah Continue Reading