Explore the High Holidays
 

Maybe for you, September means the start of the school year — or the return to a busy schedule after a restful summer.

For Jewish people, the fall season usually means preparing for the High Holidays:

The New Year (Rosh Hashanah) 

Monday, September 10 – Tuesday, September 11 — In general, even the most secular Jewish people will celebrate Rosh Hashanah (literally— the head of the year).

The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) 

Wednesday, September 19 — This is considered the holiest day of the Jewish calendar and will be observed in some way by nearly every Jewish person.

The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot)

Monday, September 24 - Sunday, September 30 — Fewer Jewish people celebrate this feast, although after the seriousness of the first two, the Feast of Tabernacles is a lot of fun and known as a time of great rejoicing!

Explore the High Holidays

with this special booklet!

For you, as a believer in Yeshua the Messiah, these High Holidays still have great meaning and can bring you great blessing.  

Learn about

Rosh HaShanah,

the Festival of Trumpets

 

Learn about

Yom Kippur,

the Day of Atonement

 

Learn about

Sukkot,

the Feast of Tabernacles