Shana Tova. Happy Jewish New Year and pray for peace
This year the two-day holiday begins on the eve of Sunday September 25, 2022 and ends on the evening of Tuesday September 27, 2022.
The Jewish New Year being ushered in is 5783. Rosh HaShana does not celebrate the creation of the world
but rather marks the number of years since the creation of Adam and Eve.
Perhaps this is to remind us that in Judaism it is people
that are important.
So, at this time we appeal for your people to people
help in supporting Dry Bones
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Labels: High holidays, Holiday, Israel, Jewish, Jewish New Year, Rosh HaShana