The High Holidays mark the beginning of the Jewish new year. They begin with the holiday of Rosh Hashanah (September 26-27, 2022) and culminate ten days later with Yom Kippur (October 5, 2022). This period is known as the The Tens Days of Penitence. It is a time when God is especially close to us and hears our prayers.

The High Holidays are a time for introspection and self-improvement, in which we beseech God for a favorable judgment for the coming year. Read more about the High Holidays »

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