PRAYING AT HOME FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS

September 13th, 2020

This year, Rosh Hashana will be very different, with severe restrictions in place for public gatherings, which prevents the prayers taking place in shul under normal circumstances. Many people are attending abridged services in open-air locations, while others prefer to stay at home where they will pray privately, without the benefit of a minyan. Rabbi Dunner runs through the Rosh Hashana davening, and offers guidance and insights for this unprecedented situation.

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