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Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah

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Rosh Hashanah

Click here for Chabad's Rosh Hashanah Schedule
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Click Here for a Schedule of Shofar Playing on Campus
Click here to register for Chabad's Rosh Hashanah Dinners

 

Rosh Hashanah is the first day of the Jewish calendar year. According Apple & Honeyto our tradition, this is the day that Adam and Eve were created, and humanity embarked on its mission to perfect the world.
On the first Rosh Hashanah of history, 5777 years ago, immediately after his creation, Adam recognized and proclaimed G‑d's Kingship of the Universe, and called on all creatures: "Come let us worship, bow down and kneel before
G‑d, our Maker".
Every Rosh Hashanah, we renew our acceptance and proclamation of G‑d's Kingship of the Universe at large, and over each of us in particular. Thereby, turning toward Him, to lead our lives in accordance with His will. G‑d accepts our prayers and is willing to master the Universe and grant us all a good and sweet year
For more insights into Rosh Hashanah and the other High Holidays, check out Chabad's Rosh Hashanah site at www.Jewishnewyear.com

 

 

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