Rosh Hashana

So next Sunday night is Erev Rosh Hashana..the New Year, the Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Remembrance. The beginning of the Days of Awe and the High Holy Days.

This year we will be going slow and scaled back on the celebrations. We will have a Rosh Hashana Seder, has a great printable to start with. After that we will have a nice meal, read the Akeda and go to shul some where.

I think the important thing is to do something that is meaningful for your family, the age of your children and for your understanding. Don’t try to make your Rosh Hashana look like everyone else’s try to make yours meaningful.


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