As September hits, it’s a new season – Fall is beginning and everything is moving into high gear. School has begun and Fall programs are kicking off once again in churches and in our communities.
If you are Jewish, it’s also time to say Shanah Tovah, or Happy New Year, as the High Holidays begin. Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of the New Year, leads into the most important day of the year – Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Between these holidays are the Days of Awe, a time of reflection, evaluation, and repentance.
Following Yom Kippur comes the Feast of Tabernacles, seven days to remember God’s supernatural provision. But this season isn’t only for Jews. Take a few moments to watch Heather and Eran as they explain the meaning of these holidays for Jewish families and for us:
From the entire JH Israel team in Israel and North America, Shanah Tovah! May this be a year of blessing for you and your family.
Thank you for standing with us in shaping the future leaders in Israel.
The JH Israel Team