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Music from the Amuno Minyan
Ashrei yoshvei ve techa, happy are we who dwell in this house! Happy because each of us may find a mode and medium of prayer that speaks to our heart. Providing multiple Shabbat services nurtures spiritual growth and encourages creativity and renewal in prayer.
This past Shabbat there was a lovely and engaging service in the Main Sanctuary. We also had a wonderful first Shabbat service with the Amuno Minyan. In this musical service we raised our voices in song and banged out a beat on tables.
Some of our participants had an opportunity to learn the new tunes with Sam our Rosh Shirah (song leader) on his September visit.
If you would like to learn some of the music we will be using in the Amuno minyan or you simply want to hear some beautiful modern liturgical Jewish music, follow the link which sketches out the order of the service and tunes used.