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New Reform Machzor - Seder Ha-T'fillot / Days of Awe

The new High Holy Day Machzor is now ready and we are delighted that its arrival        provides us with a perfect moment to celebrate our journey with Rabbi Miriam as our principal rabbi at FRS. 

The Honorary Officers and Council would like to invite our community to express our gratitude to Miriam for her exceptional commitment as our leader by ensuring FRS can continue to provide innovative and inspiring High Holy Day services with the new, inclusive Reform Machzorim.

FRS is asking you to either:

  • Buy One For Yourself and Buy One for Us 

  • Donate a Machzor to FRS

There will be an elegant bookplate inside the front cover which can include up to 18 words of text to commemorate Rabbi Miriam's tenure at FRS, or the life of a loved one, a special occasion or something else that is important to you. 

The New Machzor

This ninth edition of Forms of Prayer: Days of Awe will offer a Reform Machzor for a new generation. Almost forty years since the previous edition, Days of Awe will enable us to make the extraordinary journey of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in a way that expresses our Reform Jewish values and our place in Jewish tradition.

The new Machzor will bring the innovations of the 2008 Seder Ha-t’fillot Siddur into our High Holy Days, enabling us to more easily follow the services and including transliteration to increase inclusion and accessibility. Days of Awe will also be an excellent study resource, with many of the classical texts we are familiar with and many more contemporary sources in our high quality study anthology.

Split across two Volumes Days of Awe is a beautifully bound box set that will complement your High Holy Day experience.

The two Volumes of Days of Awe cost £42.  Due to the cost of postage, these will be collection only from FRS. We will let you know when they are ready to be collected. 

We will be using the new Machzor on Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah Day 2 and the alternative service on Yom Kippur, continuing with our existing drafts in other services until next year. 


Wed, 29 May 2024 21 Iyar 5784