In 2017, Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset on Wednesday, September 20 and ends on the evening of Friday, September 22. Get the answers to all your questions here.Read More
What the shofar is and why we blow it on Rosh Hashanah.At Home
The central home ritual of this holiday consists of a special festive meal.In the Community
In synagogue on Rosh Hashanah, a number of themes are repeated in the liturgy and Torah service.Services
The annual coronation of God.The Lowdown on High Holiday Tickets
Why many synagogues require them, and alternative options -- including live-streaming services -- for those on a budget.
Traditions & RitualsHome Customs
Suggestions for bringing the messages of the New Year home from synagogue.The Shofar as Prayer
Lessons from tradition about the meaning of the shofar.Tashlikh
A Rosh Hashanah ritual for the whole family.Day of Judgment
Rosh Hashanah is called Yom Ha-Din, the day we stand in judgment before God.Making Synagogue Meaningful
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PrayersHigh Holiday Mahzor
A prayer book for the High Holidays.Avinu Malkeinu
The language of merciful Father can still speak to us on the Day of Judgment.Unetanah Tokef
A religious poem that is meant to strike fear in us.Holiday Meditation
Facing the music.13 Attributes of Mercy
Asking God for forgiveness.