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:
http://tikvatdavid.com/Torah_Study_files/Rosh%20HaShanahPDF.pdf

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

And try here for a little Rosh HaShanah culture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOTOdBzSpYc&NR=1

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.

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