Holiday - Rosh Hashanah
Sun, Sep 25, 2022

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a holiday celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Jewish calendar. If you love fun activities, it’s time to join one of them.


The holiday is mentioned in the Bible, as well as in the code of laws of the Mishnah. It first appeared in 200 AD. Many associate the event not only with the beginning of the next life period, but also with the birth of the world. It is noteworthy that there are several other similar dates in the Mishnah – Nisan 1, Elul 1, and Shevat 15.

Interesting Facts

  • Jews who honor culture, heritage, on days filled with magic, pray, correct mistakes in order to get into the Book of Life after death.
  • Traditionally, exotic fruits are eaten on the second New Year’s Eve, follow this tradition.
  • Hasidim annually make a pilgrimage to Ukraine, where a meeting is held in honor of one of the most important events in the calendar.

How to celebrate

During Rosh Hashanah, attend a synagogue service, pray, perform a special tashlih ceremony when bread is thrown into a pond, getting rid of sins. Eat traditional food – challah, it symbolizes continuous life. If you want to spend the next 12 months in health and sweetness, eat apples with honey. Learn a few Hebrew phrases and use them during the party. Learn more about Jewish culture and history, or if you want to cheer up, just organize a New Year’s Eve party.

When is Rosh Hashanah celebrated in 2022?

Rosh Hashanah starting on the first day of Tishrei each year.


Weekday Month Day Year
Sunday September 25 2022
Friday September 15 2023
Wednesday October 2 2024
Monday September 22 2025

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