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Jewish Holidays

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, marks the beginning of the Year on the Hebrew Calendar as it is the day on which man was created. It is the day when our deeds of the past year are judged. We blow the shofar and the prayers of the day center around proclaiming God as our king.

Incredible Illumination

September 19, 2022, by

 Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com Adapted by Channie Koplowitz Stein From the beginning of Elul until Hoshanah Rabba we add Psalm 27 to our daily prayers: “Ledovid Hashem ohri v’yishi…/By David, Hashem is my light and my salvation.” Our medrash teaches that ohri/my light refers to Rosh Hashanah while yishi/my salvation refers to Yom Kippur. In other words, […]