The Bridge is suspending activity September 21 and 22 for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. We’ll be back on Monday, September 25. Shanah Tovah - Happy New Year!
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Our friends at Israel21c have compiled some interesting facts about the Jewish New Year, which begins at sundown today! For many Jews, this holiday will include honey and pomegranates, and possibly Nerf balls and carp.
The traditional holiday and Sabbath bread called challah is usually braided all year long. On the Jewish New Year, which begins today at sundown, Jews make the challah round instead in order to symbolize a whole and perfect year ahead of us. And what better way to celebrate than by making round challah with chocolate chips? Our friends at The Nosher show us how.
Rabbi Eckstein offers prayers and assistance for those whose lives have been affected by recent hurricanes in the United States.
Evangelical Christians are supporting the Jewish state in record numbers, many of them through The Fellowship.