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The High Holidays are almost synonymous with long prayers in the synagogue...

But these services were NOT meant to be boring.

In this three-part series, we'll discover how to get the most out of your synagogue experience. And it's not by going JFK (Just For Kiddush).

In Part 1, Rabbi Yehoshua Berkowicz will investigate how the main themes of Rosh Hashanah are intertwined throughout the prayers, in a way that is meant to create a linear, group experience for everyone in shul.

In Part 2, Rabbi / Cantor Zvi will set out the most inspiring and meaningful liturgical songs of the High Holidays, and demonstrate how the beautiful tunes that accompany them are meant to express the deepest feelings of the holiday.

In Part 3, Rabbi Bernath will select the most powerful prayers from the Yom Kippur liturgy, and tease out some of the stories and background as to how they were written and what they mean to us today.

Join us for an adventure through the High Holidays that begins with a book, and ends with the most important destination - YOU.

September 18th, 2019 7:30 PM   through   October 2nd, 2019 9:00 PM
6058 Sherbrooke West
Montreal, QC H4A 1Y1
Phone: 514.507.8800
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