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Rosh Hashanah: (lit. “head of the year”); the solemn New Year holiday, falling on 1 and 2 Tishrei, and beginning the ten Days of Repentance.
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The Secret of Rosh Hashanah
A Rosh Hashanah Message
What G-d Wants from You
We always talk about all the things we need from G-d. But is there anything that G-d wants from us?
A Rosh Hashanah Primer
Monarchy or Intimacy?
Our sages reveal that G-d's ultimate objective in creation is that the world be transformed into a home for Him, which means He desires a place of privacy and intimacy. How is this to be reconciled with the more universally expressed intent for creation—t...
The Paradox of Rosh Hashanah
The King and I
Rosh Hashanah is the day each year when we reaffirm and deepen our allegiance to G-d. The sounding of the shofar gives expression to our 'coronation' of G-d as our personal Monarch and as the Supreme King of Kings of all creation. This class will address ...
Chana’s Prayer and Rosh Hashanah
The Power of Prayer
On Rosh Hashana we read in the Haftorah about the birth of the prophet Samuel. Childless for many years, one year on Rosh Hashana, his mother Chana offered a prayer that elicited the Divine blessing resulting in his birth. The Talmud states that Chana's p...
Rosh Hashanah: Continuity vs. Change
The holiday of Rosh Hashanah marks the New Year, a time of renewal and change; yet the beginning of the yearly cycle also contains the polar theme of steadfast resolve and continuity.
Does the Creator Need Us?
G‑d for King
G‑d is on the campaign trail to be crowned as King of the Universe again this year, and He wants your vote.
The High Holidays: Lesson 2
Day of Judgment
Rosh Hashanah as the yearly Day of Judgment. Second in a 3-part series about the High Holidays.
The High Holidays: Lesson 1
Crowning the King
Rosh Hashanah as the yearly coronation of G-d as king. First in a 3-part series about the High Holidays.
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