The Koren Sacks Yom Kippur Machzor - Hebrew / English - Ashkenaz
Searching for an easy-to-use and meaningful companion to guide you through Yom Kippur? Check out this Koren Sacks Yom Kippur Machzor:
- Contains all the prayers and readings (according to the Ashkenaz rite) for the Yom Kippur prayer services, as well as commentary, graphics, poetry, and prose by Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks zt"l, former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.
- Printed by Koren Publishers in Jerusalem, the specially designed text of this unique Machzor is in Hebrew and English.
- The must-have item for a truly elevating Yom Kippur, this remarkable machzor makes the perfect gift for an important milestone such as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wedding, graduation, or any other special occasion.
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Language: Hebrew/English, Nusach Ashkenaz
Hardcover, 1375 Pages. Size: 13.5 x 21.5 cm / 5.3" x 8.5"
The Koren Sacks Yom Kippur Machzor combines Koren's sterling reputation for sophisticated graphics and Rabbi Sack's renowned insight and eloquence to offer the perfect accompaniment to the High Holy Day services. Koren uses unique fonts designed by acclaimed typographer Eliyahu Koren to bring readers close to the texts original meaning: Rabbi Sack's beautiful translations elucidate the complex Hebrew texts and reveal their authentic meaning.
Poetry and prose are separated with translations appearing as close to the Hebrew text as possible for easy, natural use. This edition includes additional Piyutim and Selichot (additional liturgy read in some communities), as well as a fully-commentated Mishnah Yoma.
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.