Jewish High Holidays; Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
Coming with the promise of cool fall days, the Jewish High Holidays are just ahead. Rosh Hashana, which begins at sundown on September 4, and Yom Kippur, September 13, are the most important holidays of the Jewish year. They combine times of great celebration with solemn contemplation, making them quite unique. During Rosh Hashana we celebrate the New Year and new beginnings, and on Yom Kippur we atone for our sins from the previous year and consider how to make the coming year better.
Lovely Traditions Abound
Rosh Hashana Gift GivingRosh Hashana is a time of family, celebration and gift giving. Kosher gift baskets that feature items such as apples, honey, chocolates, challah and other sweet things are appropriate for the holiday. At Challah Connection, all of our Rosh Hashana baskets and gifts are created with holiday traditions in mind.
L’Shana Tova! In Hebrew, this means, have a sweet year!
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