Jewish High Holidays

The High Holidays are religious traditions celebrated by people of Jewish faith all over the world. They fall on different days each year, as they follow the Jewish calendar. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are, considered to be, two of the most important Jewish holidays observed.

This resource guide is a tool for leaders and organizations to better understand and recognize these holidays, to show up and support their people, and celebrate all dimensions of diversity.

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  • Importance of High Holidays Time Changes from Year to Year
  • Celebrating the High Holidays High Holiday Terminology
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  • Did You Know? Facts about these holy days
  • Creating Equity in the Workplace Discussion Questions for Organizations and Faith-Based ERGs/Groups Resources