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  • noun Judaism A prayerbook for the holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.


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  • She must have really cared about those tickets, to move them to the new machzor when the time came.

    What will be our Jewish Catalog? | Jewschool

  • It was actually just about perfect for me — all the good jazz I expect from the machzor, plus all the good jazz I get out of niggunim and really settling in to the day.

    Misc. - Danya Ruttenberg

  • I'll happily pay those three second as often as needed if it means I get a machzor that is light, and can be held easily with one hand.


  • Some who saw early versions of the machzor, which was tested in six congregations, say it answers a need articulated by Conservative laypeople as well as clergy.


  • The Birnbaum machzor isn't bad either, It offers a better translation and commentary as compared with the Art Scroll.


  • My favorite machzor is the zichron lipa a pocket sized, hard cover, ashkenaz machzor that goes with me even when I have the misfortune of davening with sefardim.


  • This Rosh Hashanah, worshipers in Conservative congregations across North America will find themselves using a new machzor.


  • Ten rabbis and cantors spent 12 years putting together the machzor, meeting twice a month for more than a decade.


  • As a hopeless ideologue, Obama cannot seem to help himself as he hijacked the intent and meaning of Rosh Hashanah for partisan political purposes, therefore, what was supposed to be a nice message to the Jewish community quickly became his own stump speech that advocated for embracing diversity, fighting prejudice, and having a two-state solution in the Middle East, etc. -- items conspicuous in their absence from any Rosh Hashashah machzor.

    American Thinker

  • The Conservative leadership hopes the new machzor will help worshipers deepen their synagogue experience.



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