Rosh Hashanah means “Head of Year” and it is a time to celebrate a new year on the Jewish Calendar. Biblically, we call this day Yom Teruah or “Day of Trumpets,” and it is a day for sounding the Shofar. We treat this day like Shabbat and it is a day of rest and worship. So, we gather together to celebrate all that God has done in the last year and all He will do in the new year!
Join us Monday, September 10 at 10:30am.