Friday, September 18, 2020

Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) Begins today at Sundown


What is Rosh Hashanah?

It is First Day of the Jewish New Year and is also known as "The Feast of Trumpets"

This Holiday covers two days since the exact time it begins is based on when the first sliver of the New Moon is sighted.

Even though it is shown on the calendar to begin this year at Sundown today and extend through sundown tomorrow, IF the New Moon is not seen today, then the day will be observed tomorrow beginning at sundown and extending through the next day.

In fact, this is the ONLY Jewish Holiday that 'no one knows for sure when it will begin'.

HERE'S THE LINK TO learn more about this very important Jewish Holiday and why it is important for both Jews and Christians


HERE'S THE LINK To hear the sound of the Shofar which is sounded on this Holiday