Local NewsPhotography Taking the sound of Rosh Hashanah to the streets Originally published September 10, 2018 at 9:06 pmUpdated September 10, 2018 at 9:23 pm Naomi Katz, who hadn’t made it to a Rosh Hashanah service, gets some mobile shofar outreach from Rabbi Avi Herbstman on Monday in northeast Seattle. Katz was coming home from work and Herbstman was walking with his children before services at his synagogue Congregation Shaarei Tefilah Lubavitch, and ready to read the blessings and sound the shofar for Jews who had yet to hear it since the Hebrew new year of 5779 turned at sundown on Sunday. “(The shofar) has the power to awaken your soul and bring you home,” said Herbstman. Rosh Hashanah concludes Tuesday evening. (Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times) Share story By Ken Lambert The Seattle Times Related Stories Reader’s Lens | How a reader captured this stunning photo of Seattle’s recent lightning storm September 11, 2019 Street poet’s words touch hearts in Redmond September 4, 2019 Reader’s Lens | A Queen Anne cat loves to lounge in an unusual spot. A reader caught him in the act. September 3, 2019 Gone squishing on Alki August 30, 2019 More Photo Galleries Photos: Seahawks beat the Bengals, 21-20, in season opener Scenes from the rodeo: Cowboys put their skills to the test in Puyallup Pike Place Market’s a great place to be on a sunny September day in Seattle Ken Lambert: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ken Lambert is a staff photographer for The Seattle Times.