Rosh HaShanah marks the beginning of the civil year and is the Jewish New Year’s Day. God commanded the blowing of trumpets on the first day of the seventh month to call the congregation for a very solemn assembly.
Traditionally Rosh HaShanah is a time of self-evaluation and repentance. For those who know the Messiah, it is a time of praise because we know that we have eternal forgiveness in Him. Leviticus 23:24-25
Friday, September 22nd. Service for this Biblical Holy Day begins at 7:30 P.M. Please bring your favorite honey cake or Rosh Hashanah dish to share at Oneg. Adat Shalom does NOT charge for any of it’s High Holiday Services.