On Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, we come before God, together as one community, to pray for ourselves and each other. I am always very moved when I close my eyes and listen intently to the singing of Avinu Malkeinu, perhaps the most well-known liturgical piece of our entire tradition.
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With good wishes for a year of friendship, learning, caring, peace and fulfillment. Shanna tova from Congregation Ohel Avraham – Leo Baeck Education Center to our friends at Shaaray Tefila.
As we understand the role of the Shofar we must ask ourselves then what is the meaning of the sound of the Shofar? Why do we blow the Shofar? To whom should the sound reach and what do we wish to achieve by producing such a powerful sound in our synagogues?