#roshhashana

Miscellaneous | Religion & Spirituality

Rosh Hashana has a message for people of all faiths | Fox News

The Jewish New Year – Rosh Hashana in Hebrew – begins at sundown Sunday, marking the start of the year 5779.

History | Culture

Caring For Our World | Jlife

Shemittah, Jubilee and Drought

History | Culture

New Traditions | Jlife

History | Culture

The Origins of Rosh Hashanah | Jlife

While we celebrate Rosh Hashanah as the Jewish New Year, as the day the Hebrew calendar begins, that wasn’t always the case.