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Secular holidays give us the chance to widen our communities of celebration. We can join with other Americans for prayer, introspection or community service, as we observe holidays that connect us to each other. We can also interpret these holidays in a Jewish context, understanding them in light of the texts and experiences of our people.

Counting Down to Rosh Hashanah

Ariana Katz
For me, living in two civilizations means that they inform one another. When I blow my New Years Eve party horn in the winter, I remember the echoes of the shofar in the fall. I love a New Year’s...  more
Blog Post | September 8, 2017

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