For the Home Bound, and Far From Home, a Rosh Hashanah Prayer

Rabbi David Ross Senter recites an ancient prayer and sounds the shofar for those who can't be at a Rosh Hashanah Service.

At sunset Wednesday, Jews all over the world will attend Rosh Hashanah services, heralding the arrival of the new year, 5772 of the Hebrew calendar.

But with the arrival of the High Holy Days, Rabbi David Senter, the spiritual leader of the Manetto Hill Jewish Center, was remembering those who are unable to attend a service, from the homebound sick to college students far from home.

His solution is this video: Senter offers a solemn Rosh Hashanah prayer and the sounding of the shofar, the ancient call made from a ram's horn that signals the New Year and the approach of Yom Kippur.

Rabbi Senter and Patch wish our community, no matter where they are: "L'Shanah Tovah:" Or "for a good year."


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