Uman, Rosh Hashanah 2015
What would it be like to experience Uman as never before? Imagine…
You arrive in Uman weary from your journey and suddenly your heart soars: the streets are buzzing with spiritual energy!
Men and boys of every age and description are singing, dancing and greeting old friends. The camaraderie is unlike any other you’ve experienced. Some men wear black hats and coats, others knit caps, jeans and sweaters, and all are here for one reason: Uman, Rosh Hashanah.
The grave site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov is humming day and night with the sounds of passionate prayers; as you enter, you know you’ll feel like you’re returning home, finally able to share your deepest yearnings, dreams and hopes.
Soon the sound of Tikkun Haklali recited by tens of thousands will reverberate through the air and you’ll begin the intensely spiritual experience of praying in Uman on Rosh Hashana.
But this year, we’re bringing you a new Uman, Rosh Hashanah experience. Stay at your friendly, home-away-from-home in the newly built, BRI-UEC (Breslov Research Institute-Uman Educational Center) and enjoy the warm, comfortable atmosphere. You’ll sleep in a clean, comfortable bed and wake feeling refreshed and ready to for the excitement of Uman Rosh Hashanah.
To celebrate our grand opening, we’re offering you extraordinary BRI-UEC lodging deals, minyanim, and more. But please hurry–these specials are going fast.
All-Inclusive Room, Meal & Mikvah Package:
Stay in our newly-built lodgings: semi-private room (2 bunk beds per room) with ensuite bathroom, all Shabbat and Yom Tov meals, tea room, brand-new, clean mikvah.
Grand-opening price: $850.00
*Rosh Hashanah Davening Tickets:
Take your davening to the next level. This Rosh Hashanah daven with a friendly, inspiring English-speaking minyan and BRI scholars-in-residence at the new BRI Uman Educational Center Beit Midrash/Shul.
Introductory price: $90.00
Tickets for our new, sparkling-clean mikvah will be available for purchase in Uman.
Our FREE Uman Kollel learning schedule will be posted on Breslov.org.
*Shabbat and daily minyanim do not require reservations.