MUSIC FOR A BETTER WORLD CANTORIAL CONCERT 2019
Abraham Joshua Heschel said, “The wave of a song carries the soul to heights which utterable meanings can never reach.” From the earliest days of Judaism when the song of the Torah was first sung, music has been deeply connected to our sense of spirituality, community, and love of the Jewish people. Singing together brings us a sense of wholeness when we feel alone, and frees our souls to soar with added joy.
Music is woven throughout the fabric of Temple Judea; our Shabbat services, weekday minyan, healing service, Halleluyah Chorus and special concert events all broadly represent the varied influences of our musical tradition and the joyful voice of our congregation. Wherever you find your greatest musical expression, if you play an instrument or sing, we hope you will join us to explore the fantastic role music can play in your life. So add your voice to ours, come sing with us!
Shiru l’Adonai, shir chadash, sing unto God a new song!
"Singing is praying twice"
THE SOUNDS OF TEMPLE JUDEA
Click to listen to one of the many beautiful songs that we sing at TJ:
"Singing is praying twice." - Reb Nachman of Bratslav