Next Year in Jerusalem! (Lashana Haba’ah)
Song of the Week • 2m 43s
As we conclude the Passover Seder, an evocative phrase from the Haggadah captures our imaginations, a phrase that also appears at the end of Yom Kippur: “Next year, in Jerusalem.” Many might have different feelings when we think about Israel this year. Whatever your emotions are, we can always pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and to be closer to Yerushalayim, spiritually and physically. Wishing you a continued Chag Sameach.
Music: Gilad Cohen, commissioned by the PAS Music Center
AV: Oscar Acevedo, Erik van Batavia, Justin Goodman
Video Editor: Joshua Crespo
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