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EAJL Online presents Shacharit L’chol

Starts on Monday 10th January 2022, weekly through to Monday 7th March 2022 at 7pm - 8:15pm GMT (ADJUST TO YOUR TIME ZONE)

Interested in learning how to lead Shacharit for Weekday?

Want to fine-tune your Weekday Shacharit skills?

Signup for our upcoming Shacharit L’Chol online course....

• Gain an appreciation for the Psalms and Prayers in Weekday Shacharit

• Learn the different nusach (chants) used in Weekday Shacharit

• Learn how to weave-in compositions (songs) to the Nusach

• Feel more confident in your leading and singing skills

• Improve your Hebrew reading

Price: £70 and £35 for concessions.

Take the link here to book now!

Teacher: -

Saralee Shrell-Fox, MA in Jewish Education from JTS; Ba’alat T’fillah Diploma from EAJL; Nusach Specialist (Ashkenazi Track) at Machon Shechter, JTS, Ziegler, and Frankel Rabbinical Schools; High Holiday Sh’lichat Tzibur at Temple Sinai, Dresher, PA; B’nai/B’not Mitzvah teacher; EAJL Mentor; Sings monthly for the elderly.

Saralee has been singing and playing guitar from an early age. She officiates B’nai\B’not Mitzvah, weaving all kinds of music, nusach & creative family participation. Saralee comes from Minneapolis, Minnesota and made Aliya 27 years ago. Residing in Jerusalem, Saralee is married to Rabbi Dr. Paul Shrell-Fox. They have five children and two grandchildren.

“I am passionate about Jewish song ~ I love bringing people closer to their Judaism through music and harmony. ~ I have no better kavanah than singing/davening in our Land of Israel!”

For questions please email online@eajl.org

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January 26th 2021 -- International Forum for Jewish Music Studies presents Cantors Chernett and Rebling discussing how to achieve Nusach wth Kavanah, moving the congregation to a sacred place.

January 22nd 2021 -- Jaclyn Chernett in the news with her husband Brian: -

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Why Nusach?

Click on the picture to hear Chazan Jaclyn Chernett explain.

Chazan, Hazzan, Cantor, Sh’liach Tsibbur (Messenger of the Congregation), Ba’al Tefillah (Master of Prayer), are all words that mean leader of Jewish prayer.

A Chazan / Hazzan / Cantor is the title of a person who is qualified to do so.