Tonight as part of our school we celebrated the biblical feast Rosh Hoshana. It was also known as the "Feast of Trumpets". Rosh Hashana means the beginning of the year. Not the new year that we celebrate, but the new year according to the Hebrew Calendar. It is intended to be a celebration marking a spiritual new year, a special time set a part for a new beginning with the Lord. It celebrates the birthday of the world. The dinner included Salmon, Challah ( Sabbath Bread ), green Beans, carrots, sliced tomatoes, and honey cake. We have fun doing our Biblical feasts !