With the High Holidays fast approaching (Rosh Hashanah begins on the evening of Sept. 8), many in the Jewish community have begun to make plans for celebration. Plane tickets have been purchased, dinner menus are being decided, and High Holiday tickets (if needed) have been acquired. In all of the chaos, though, it’s easy to forget that there are many among us who will be celebrating the High Holidays for the first time. These can be spouses or partners in interfaith relationships, Jews-by-choice, or people reconnecting after a long absence. What can we do to make sure the holidays are an accessible, inclusive and meaningful experience for them?