May you have a good and sweet Rosh Hashanah – New Year.
shana Tova Jewish New Year
The evening of Friday September 18 marks the start of the High Holy Days which end at sundown on Sunday September 20.  For our non Jewish Members and Friends Rosh Hashanah means “the head of the year” in Hebrew. It is the start of the observance of the High Holy Days – 10 days of repentance for sins committed during the year. During these Days, Jews are called to seek forgiveness from others whom they have wronged, to make amends and to resolve to act better going forward.
The High Holy Days end with Yom Kippur.  Yom Kippur is the “Day of whom they have wronged, to make amends and to resolve to act better going forward. The High Holy Days end with Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur is the “Day of Repentance.”