Your Rosh Hashanah questions answered.
In 2019, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sunday, Sept. 29 and ends at sundown on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Rosh Hashanah Food
Recipes for the Jewish New Year.
Our how-to video will help you conquer the art of braiding challah for any occasion.
Sprinkled with a little salt, these crunchy chips are delicious on their own, and even better when paired with a sweet and spicy pareve mayonnaise
This ritual for the Jewish New Year goes far beyond dipping apples in honey.
How the Jewish year is numbered.
Seven things to read in shul on the High Holidays.
How to celebrate the Jewish New Year at home.
Lessons from tradition about the meaning of the ram's horn blown on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Facing the music on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The Jewish New Year is a time of rejoicing and serious introspection.
The focus is on God, humanity and the relationship between the two.
Highlights of the Jewish New Year prayer services.
The shofar is mentioned in the Torah. An instruction manual, straight from the sources.