Dear Friend,

Time is moving fast, and there are less than three weeks to Rosh Hashanah. Rabbis are practicing their sermons, cantors are perfecting their melodies, and homemakers are already cooking and freezing holiday favorites.

Do you know someone who isn’t yet set with a place for Rosh Hashanah services? Please give her a call, and offer to take her with you. Do you know someone who does not have a family or close friends to join for a Rosh Hashanah meal? Please reach out, and invite him to your festive meal.

And if you are currently in need of a place, please don’t be shy. Get in touch with your closest Chabad representatives. We are a loving, extended Jewish family, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how comfortable you’ll feel among your fellow Jews—even those you’ve never met before.

We read in the daily prayers, “Bless us, our Father, all of us together.” When we stand united, we are assured a year of peace, security, spiritual inspiration, and prosperity for all.

Amen. May it be so.

The Editorial Team
P.S.: Have you ever spent Rosh Hashanah as a guest of a family you did not know? How did it go? Please share your experiences in the comment section.