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Rosh Hashanah greetings and Jewish New Year cards

Sound the shofar! Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a time to celebrate. When is Rosh Hashanah 2022? This year, the sacred holiday starts at sundown Sunday, September 25 and marks the time when, according to Jewish traditions, God created the universe. This important date in the Hebrew calendar is also the start of High Holy Days, which end October 5 with Yom Kippur. For many, it’s not Rosh Hashanah until they hear those shofar blasts during morning prayer services (in case you’re wondering, the shofar is an instrument made from a ram’s horn). For others, the holiday isn’t complete without a big family gathering to reflect on the important things in life, count their blessings, and wish for a peaceful year ahead.

For the food lovers, the Jewish holiday means enjoying plenty of deliciousness to symbolize the wish for a fruitful and sweet year—apples dipped in honey, honey cake and fluffy raisin challah are just a few favorites. The holiday means so many different things to so many people, and we like to think we have everybody covered. Whether you want to send simple and sweet Rosh Hashanah greetings to your grandkids, find a heartfelt religious message, or stock up on Rosh Hashanah card packs, Hallmark has cards for you. Take a look at our full lineup of Rosh Hashanah cards to find just the right words to convey your new year’s wishes to your acquaintances, friends and family members. Try Sign & Send™ to add a handwritten message to a Rosh Hashanah greeting, and we'll take care of the mailing and postage. Shana Tova!

Tree of Life celebrates the Jewish faith with greeting cards and gifts for all major Jewish holidays and milestones. Shop our full selection of Jewish greeting cards for Hanukkah, Passover, bar and bat mitzvahs and more.