For almost a decade, The Sephardic Minyan of Cleveland has gathered in the tradition of Darchei Avot (the ways of the Fathers) – preserving the diverse ways of Oriental and North African Jewry under the unifying canopy of what has come to be known as Yerushalmi tradition.
The meditative chants of Aleppo and the soothing melodies of Casablanca infuse a timeless spiritual energy that unites us in days of awe and allow us to tap into our rich collective heritage, as we carry forward into the New Year.
Our minyan meets throughout the year for Kabbalat Shabbat services, but it is the observance of the High Holidays where the full kehila comes together.
We hope you can join us.
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