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Join Cong. Sinai in Minneola for High Holiday services


Joe and Lynn Goldovitz, esteemed and multi-talented spiritual leaders of Congregation Sinai, Minneola, Fla., will blow the shofar, play the harp and conduct the upcoming High Holidays. Congregation Sinai is a full-service, family-oriented synagogue that commemorates all lifecycle events.

Jewish people all over the world will usher in the Jewish New Year, 5775, a time of new beginnings and of reflection on one’s life, at sundown Wed. Sept 24.

The 10 days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the holiest days of the year. It is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, and a period of judgment. During the High Holidays, people pray for forgiveness for the sins they have committed and pledge to live a better life in the New Year. It is said that, at this time, God judges and then decides “Who shall live and who shall die and who shall be inscribed in the Book of Life for the coming year.” The serving of apples and honey are traditional to welcome in the New Year. The Shofar, a ram’s horn is blown as a call to worship and to usher in the Jewish New Year.

For the High Holiday schedule, please see the Synagogue Service Schedule on page 12A. For further info about tickets/services, Contact our website: www.congregation-sinai.org or call: 352-243-5353.


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