We’ve been tooting our own horn for over 3,300 years.


And we’re pretty good at it.

We’ve been blowing the Shofar, a simple hollowed out ram’s horn, for thousands of years in celebration of Rosh Hashana, or the Head of the Year – also known as the birthday of humanity.

This September 21st and 22nd duck out of the hubbub of daily life for 15 minutes of refuge. Return to a simpler, more essential state, together with fellow Jews all around the world. Hear the stirring, unadulterated blasts of the Shofar as we reflect on our collective birthday. And walk away with a message that you were carrying all along.

Shofar Sounding Schedule 

Thursday, September 21st and Friday, September 22nd at Chabad
7:30AM; 8:00AM; 9:00AM; 11:30AM (during services); 12:45PM (at the conclusion of services); 2PM 

Thursday, September 21st at Tashlich (Willow Springs Reservoir on Pintail Circle in Folsom): 6:00PM

Thursday, September 21st and Friday, September 22nd at Grossbaum Residence:
3:00PM; 4:00PM; 5:00PM; 6:00PM

Email Rabbi Yossi at Rabbi@jewishfolsom.org to reserve or to schedule other times. 


Services Traditions Holiday Guide Partnership For children Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner