Rosh Hashanah 5784

Entry and exit times for Rosh Hashanah 5784 2023

Rosh Hashanah is considered in Jewish tradition as the Day of God's Coronation over Humanity and the Day of Judgment when individuals are assessed for their actions in the past year, determining what will happen to them in the coming year. The times for the onset and conclusion of the holiday are as follows

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Rosh Hashanah falls on a Saturday this year. The times presented here indicate the onset of the holiday's eve (Friday) and its conclusion on Sunday evening.

Rosh Hashanah, which begins in the month of Tishrei, is a biblical holiday and one of the Jewish New Year festivals. It is observed in our time as a Jewish holiday on the 1st and 2nd of Tishrei. The 1st of Tishrei is traditionally considered the day of God's coronation over humanity and a day of judgment when each person is evaluated for their actions in the past year and what will happen to them in the coming year is determined.

A short Torah lesson for Parshat Nitzavim and Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah entry and exit times


Entrance of the holiday: 18:09. Holiday departure: 19:23.

Tel Aviv

Entrance of the holiday: 18:25. Holiday departure: 19:23.


Entrance of the holiday: 18:16. Holiday departure: 19:23.

Be'er Sheva

Entrance of the holiday: 18:27. Holiday departure: 19:23.


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