Category: High Holidays

Passover Cleaning – Planning and Ideas

Passover Cleaning – Planning and Ideas

Passover is coming up soon. One of the most recognizable factors of Passover and the Feast of the Unleavened Bread is the removal of all leavening from our homes. Leavening is a symbol of sin. […]

The Biblical New Year vs The Gregorian New Year

The Biblical New Year vs The Gregorian New Year

Celebrating the new year is very popular around the world. People throw cute parties, spend time with their families, watch the ball drop in Times Square, craft their new goals and resolutions for the upcoming […]

2021 Hebrew and High Holidays Printable

2021 Hebrew and High Holidays Printable

2021 is upon us! I know that if you are new to celebrating the feast days of the Lord, figuring out or deciding what calendar to use can be difficult. There are so many opinions […]

Sukkot and Jesus

Sukkot and Jesus

Ah! And just like that, we have come to the last Feast of the Lord. The Feast of Thanksgiving for the Lord’s provision. Throughout scripture, we see how this festival was celebrated and its significance. […]

Yom Teruah Decor Ideas

Yom Teruah Decor Ideas

Happy almost Yom Teruah! As I am writing to you, Yom Teruah is three days away! I finally finalized my decorations, and I wanted to share them with you. I hope you get some ideas […]

Why Yom Teruah is Not Rosh HaShanah

Why Yom Teruah is Not Rosh HaShanah

On the first day of the seventh month is the Feast of Trumpets. Is this day also Rosh HaShanah? Or are Yom Teruah and Rosh HaShanah completely different holidays? When my family and I first […]

Sukkot – The Feast of Tabernacles

Sukkot – The Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles is a High Holiday- a feast that was instituted by Elohim, that is commemorating the time the Hebrews were in the wilderness following their Exodus from Egypt. The word Sukkot in […]

Scripture Reading for Sukkot

Scripture Reading for Sukkot

Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles is the last Feast of the Lord. The feast of thanksgiving for the Lord’s provision. Throughout scripture, we see how this festival was celebrated and its significance. We see […]

Why is Yom Kippur Important?

Why is Yom Kippur Important?

Yom Kippur begins on the night of the 10th day of the seventh new moon. This is a day to afflict our souls by doing no work at all, a day where, under the Levitical […]

Scriptures for Yom Kippur

Scriptures for Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur begins on the night of the 10th day of the seventh new moon. It is the second Fall High Holiday. This is a day to afflict our souls by doing no work at […]