Jewish podcaster launches 24 hour livestream – The Jewish Chronicle

Jewish podcaster launches 24 hour livestream

A Jewish podcaster has launched a 24-hour livestream to celebrate the Jewish New Year.

Rabbi Yehuda Sarna, a popular podcaster and host of the popular podcast “The Jewish Hour,” has launched a 24-hour livestream event to mark Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.

The livestream, which began at 10 a.m. on Monday, will feature a series of conversations, performances, and activities that celebrate Jewish culture and history.

The event will feature a variety of speakers and performers, including rabbis, artists, and activists, discussing topics such as Jewish identity, the history of the Jewish people, and the importance of faith.

The livestream will also feature musical performances from a variety of artists, including Israeli singer-songwriter Idan Raichel, jazz musician Anat Cohen, and the Klezmatics.

The event will also feature a variety of interactive activities, such as a virtual Jewish cooking class, a virtual Jewish art class, and a virtual Jewish meditation class.

Rabbi Sarna hopes the livestream will help bring the Jewish community together and celebrate the Jewish New Year in a meaningful way.

“Rosh Hashanah is a time for us to reflect on our lives and our relationships with each other,” he said. “I hope this livestream will provide a space for us to come together and celebrate our faith and culture in a meaningful way.”

The livestream is free and open to everyone, regardless of their faith or background. It can be accessed at

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