Rosh Hashanah

In a Rosh Hashanah sermon, Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels said the White House adviser's immigration tactics are "completely antithetical to everything I know about Judaism.”
Rosh Hashanah doesn't always have to be about brisket and babka. Try ash-e-reshteh, an aromatic green soup swimming with noodles and beans.
On the Day of Atonement, members of the United Orthodox Synagogues will face a poignant time of reflection.
It's the third swastika found on campus since the school year started.
The post-Charlottesville climate has left many Jewish organizations feeling on edge.
Homemade applesauce is richly flavored, tart and sweet — almost like apple pie filling — and a world apart from store-bought
The call exposed a fissure within the American Jewish community on how to approach relations with the White House.
When will this dreary news year end? 1. Christopher Cantwell surrendered himself to police in Lynchburg, Virginia, and was
There's a song that's included in the children's Yom Kippur service at the synagogue where I work, as I imagine in many more around the world, as well, titled It's Better to be Better. The staff and I (and I'm sure the congregants who attended the children's service) have had it in our heads and often jokingly will respond to requests or comments with, "it's better to be better!"
In the weeks before Rosh Hashanah, I participated in several gatherings of people whose lives are devoted to service and social change, and, especially, to engaging more individuals and communities to care about these things.
This past Monday and Tuesday marked the observance of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. At the temple I attend, the president of the congregation told the story of her own path to that congregation--a journey that began in Europe as the political forces were brewing that would eventually become the Holocaust.
In fact, Rosh Hashanah, literally translated, means "the head of the year" and is timed to coincide with the day God created
Jews, geniuses and Jewish geniuses in particular have always had an uneasy relationship with power. Trotsky, according to