The High Holiday prayer book emphasize the themes of the Days of Awe — introspection and repentance
This series of petitions addressed to "Our Father, Our King," is recited on Yom Kippur and other fast days.
Why does the holiest day of the Jewish year begin with a dry legal formula renouncing vows?
The prayer that asks us to consider our mortality is an urgent call to examine our lives.
From the depths of uncertainty, this High Holiday prayer invites us to call out the steadfast faith we wish we felt.
The Rosh Hashanah Musaf is the core of the service — and where we find its most iconic prayers and resonant themes.
A prayer for the eleven Jews massacred on October 27, 2018 at the Tree of Life synagogue.
A prayer book for the High Holidays.
A first step toward repairing a wrong.
The evening service of Yom Kippur is named after this declaration
A religious poem recited on the High Holidays that is meant to strike fear in us.
The prayer for "our father, our king," said on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The ram's horn is blown on the High Holidays in three specific ways.
This meditation traditionally recited by the cantor on the High Holidays is unique for being worded in the first-person singular.
This prayer is traditionally recited on Rosh Hashanah by a flowing body of water.