Jewish High Holidays Explained

The High Holy Days, or High Holidays, are the most important and most celebrated in the Jewish faith. They consist of a 10-day period, typically in late September and early October, beginning with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. Video is a great way to showcase diverse traditions and customs. Get started with this template, and share the meaning behind the High Holy Days celebrated by over 14 million people around the world.