At sunset on Sunday, Septmber 16, Jews everywhere will attend services, heralding the arrival of the new year, 5773, of the Hebrew calendar.
As we did last year we're re-posting this remarkable video of, the spiritual leader of Plainview's .
Here, in two videos, Rabbi Senter offers a short service for those who are unable to attend one in person - people ranging from the homebound sick to college students far from home.
Senter offers a solemn 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.
Please take a moment to consider sending this link to a loved one sick or far away. Last year, when this ran, many readers contacted Patch to say the video brought great comfort to their loved ones.
Rabbi Senter and Patch wish our community, no matter where they are: "L'Shanah Tovah:" Or "for a good year."