Waxing and Waning: Celebrating the New Moon
Kislev, the darkest month of the Hebrew year, launches the start of the holiday of Hanukkah. While Kislev is most famous for the twinkling of the menorah lights at the end of the month, the minor holiday of Rosh Hodesh Kislev is the start of this auspicious time. In the darkest of the night the new moon shines bright in the sky. Explore the customs of this minor monthly holiday and how it relates specifically to the 9th month of the Hebrew calendar.
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