From the shofar blast on Rosh Hashanah to the crunch of matzah on Passover, holiday celebrations and observances are the touchstones of Jewish life. But Jewish holidays are not merely celebratory. Their rituals evoke both history and theology, and engender feelings of joy, sorrow, and introspection. 

On these pages you will find introductions to several of our most celebrated holidays.   

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