Jewish Facts of Life: Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on September 16, which is right about when you’ll be receiving the next edition of RealTime. To give you time to plan if you want to get in on this holiday, here’s the scoop on Rosh Hashanah.

Rosh Hashanah means “head of the year” and as such, the holiday is often referred to as the Jewish New Year. But the biblical name for this holiday is Yom Truah. Click here for more about what that means.

On our Rosh Hashanah page you’ll find an overview of the holiday, links to (always free) related articles, as well as to places where Jews for Jesus will be holding High Holiday services that you are welcome to attend.

And if you missed our “ALSO IN THIS EDITION” section, we’ve got:

For a non-Messianic (i.e., more mainstream Jewish) perspective on Rosh Hashanah, you may find this article interesting.

Note: We hope you’ll find value in certain perspectives from Jewish people who, unlike us, do not have faith in Jesus as Messiah and Savior. However, we don’t necessarily endorse the full content of such articles, or the suggested reading that goes with them.

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