Resources for Rosh HaShanah

L’shanah Tovah, everyone!

For those who are not Jewish, L’shanah tovah means “for a good year,” and it is a traditional greeting for this holiday season. Rosh HaShanah begins tonight at sundown. Yom Kippur begins Wednesday, October 8 at sundown.

Want to know more about Rosh HaShanah? Here are some notes that you may find helpful:

Notice also below that I have posted my sermon for Rosh HaShanah this year.

And try here for a little Rosh HaShanah culture:

And don’t overlook another post, put on here just last night, called “Supersessionism Retro, 1930’s Style.”

May you be filled with grace, truth, and shalom in this upcoming year.


About Derek Leman

IT guy working in the associations industry. Formerly a congregational rabbi. Dad of 8. Nerd.
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