High Holidays During Coronavirus

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur will be very different in 2020. Join My Jewish Learning to understand the changes and try out new opportunities this fall.

Yom Kippur

Where to Stream Yom Kippur Services for Free

Where to find a free online service for the Day of Atonement.

Rosh Hashanah

Where to Stream Rosh Hashanah Services for Free

Where to find a free online service for the Jewish new year.

High Holidays During Coronavirus

High Holiday Zoom Services: How to Get the Most out of Them

Try these seven tips to make the holiday sacred and special, even if you're not going to synagogue in person.

Your Guide to the Best Elul and High Holidays Classes and Events

Prepare for the Jewish year 5781 with these unique classes from dozens of other Jewish organizations and synagogues.

Join My Jewish Learning Live Online for the High Holiday Season

Join My Jewish Learning for a meaningful and engaging online experience on Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and throughout the holiday season.

How to Celebrate the High Holidays At Home

Many of us might be grieving what can’t be this year, but the High Holidays are also a time to consider what's possible.

Where to Do Tashlich in New York During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Tashlich is one High Holidays ritual that can remain mostly unchanged during the pandemic.

Never Give Up on Humanity

Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of humankind -- and an annual opportunity to start again.

My Jewish Learning’s Yom Kippur Program Schedule

Register for the morning service and classes, and browse through the full schedule of events for Yom Kippur with My Jewish Learning.

My Jewish Learning’s Rosh Hashanah Program Schedule

Register for the speed service and classes, and browse through the full schedule of events for Rosh Hashanah with My Jewish Learning.

Where to Hear the Shofar in New York in 2020

A selection of a few live shofar blowings you might enjoy during the holiday.

In Praise of Uncertainty

The unpredictability of life is scary and even anxiety-inducing. But it’s also a blessing -- and one of the great themes of Rosh Hashanah.