Kiddush for Festivals
The festivals celebrated in Judaism are special appointed times to meet with the Almighty. “These are the appointed feasts of the Lord that you shall proclaim as holy convocations; they are my appointed feasts.” (Leviticus 23:2) Kiddush means sanctification and is a blessing that proclaims the sanctity of the festival and is recited while holding a full cup of wine or grape juice. Learn to sing the traditional Hebrew melody for this declaration. The words of this blessing are provided in Hebrew, transliteration, and English.
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