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Recipes for a New Rosh on Rosh Hashanah

With all the new food recipes available for this Rosh Hashanah . . .
it might also be good to have a Recipe for a New Rosh this Rosh Hashanah, so . .
For 5771 and going forward I will do my best to . . .
1) only think and say nice things about a fellow Jew
or [...]

August 27 2010 | Posted in Jewish Blogs | Read More »

How to Observe Evening Kiddush in Celebration of Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah or the  ’Jewish New Year’ is a festival which is observed on the first and second days of Tishrei. Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a 10-day period of prayers, reflection and repentance. Like other Jewish holidays, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated with various rituals and religious activities aimed at strengthening one’s spiritual devotion. A [...]

May 26 2010 | Posted in Jewish How To | Read More »

How is Rosh Hashanah Celebrated?

Rosh Hashanah is a 2-day festival observed on the first and second days of Tishrei. This Jewish holiday is celebrated in lots of different ways by different kinds of Jews. Rosh Hashanah is the only Jewish holiday which is observed for two entire days. Generally, this is celebrated with prayer services in synagogues and festive [...]

May 24 2010 | Posted in Jewish How To | Read More »

Lighting Candles for Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a Jewish holiday commonly referred to as “Jewish New Year.” It is a day of contemplating and honoring God. As with other major Jewish holidays, lighting a candle is very significant during Rosh Hashanah. Lighting a candle is a great way to to honor God, thanking him for the gift of life.

Prepare [...]

May 24 2010 | Posted in Jewish How To | Read More »

Rosh Hashanah – A Time for Starting Over

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. The name of this holiday can be translated from Hebrew to mean “first of the year.” Just because this is a New Year, however, does not mean that this holiday has anything in common with the American New Year, which usually involves large celebrations and champagne. On the [...]

March 23 2010 | Posted in Jewish Holidays, Rosh Hashanah | Read More »

Happy Birthday, World: A Rosh Hashanah Celebration

Rosh Hashanah comes to life when a little boy celebrates the birthday of the world as he would celebrate his own birthday! At this birthday party he enjoys apples and honey, holiday candles and the blowing of the shofar. Ages 1-4, Grades Pre-K. }

February 16 2010 | Posted in Pre-School/Picture Books | Read More »

The Companion Guide to the Rosh Hashanah Prayer Service

February 16 2010 | Posted in Books About Prayer | Read More »

60 DAYS: A Spiritual Guide to the High Holidays

60 DAYS: A Spiritual Guide to the High Holidays is a fascinating expedition through the most powerful two months of Elul and Tishrei — a 60-day journey toward finding hope, love, fulfillment and the realization of oneメs deepest aspirations. 60 DAYS offers spiritual tools to revitalize and invigorate the High Holidays. It is for [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in High Holidays | Read More »

Machzor: Rosh Hashanah Hebrew Only Sefard (SHIRAS MOSHE)

Publisher: Artscroll
IN RESPONSE TO POPULAR DEMAND: An all-Hebrew Rosh Hashanah Machzor with halachos and instructions
The all-Hebrew ArtScroll Siddur has impressed many a person and whet many an appetite. Requests flooded in for the same kind of Rosh Hashanah Machzor. Here it is! Nusach Sefard only.
It has all the features of the very popular [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in High Holidays | Read More »

Artscroll Children’s Machzor for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Author: Shmuel Blitz
The Artscroll Children’s Machzor includes carefully selected prayers of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, translated into language that youngsters can easily understand. In the fun, easy-to-read “Closer Looks” and “Did You Know?” sections that dot the pages, children learn about the many customs of the Days of Awe: why we blow shofar [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Artscroll Books | Read More »