The Koren Sacks Rosh HaShana Mahzor - Hebrew / English - Sepharad (Compact)
This Rosh Hashanah, enrich your personal prayer experience with this terriffic Hebrew / English mahzor (prayer book) from Koren Publishers:
- This mahzor features a modern English translation, an easy-to-follow layout and boasts a meaningful commentary and introduction from Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
- This mahzor is according to the Nusach Sepharad tradition.
- Will make a terrific addition to your personal library that you will love using every Rosh Hashanah for many years to come!!!
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Language: Hebrew / English, Nusach Sephard
Hardcover 1086 pages, Size: 4.1" x 6.1" / 10.5 x 15.5 cm
Created to make the powerful prayers of Rosh Hashanah widely available to the public, this compact Hebrew-English Mahzor delivers a straightforward and articulate translation of the traditional Jewish prayers for the benefit of English readers. The Mahzor, now in Nusach Sepharad, is an uplifting new High Holiday prayer book that features an precious introduction by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks to direct you through the purpose and execution of the indispensable prayer services of this holy day. Its sophisticated design brings out the power and poetry of the text while Rabbi Sacks' brilliant commentary combines interpretations from Tanakh with his own profound and learned observations. A contemporary translation makes the prayers more approachable and significant for the modern reader, allowing for a greater spiritual connection for the user. Enriching and thought provoking, the Koren Sacks Rosh Hashanah Mahzor allows you to enter the true spirit of Rosh Hashanah and emerge into the New Year renewed.
Koren Publishers, originally founded by Eliyahu Koren over 50 years ago, has transformed the way Jews pray worldwide. His effort to create a font that executes maximum clarity to the reader, makes ancient Hebrew accessible during a modern era. The first Koren Siddur was published in 1981, to "encourage(d) the worshiper to engross the mind and heart in prayer,” according to Mr. Koren. All IDF soldiers receive a Koren Siddur upon entering the Israeli army, which is a ritual that prevails today. Koren continues to expand to Jews all over the world to transform the prayer experience.