Siddur & Uman Updates

Mazel Tov!

Our first even English/Hebrew Breslov Siddur has just been published in Jerusalem and is now on-route from the Holy Land. We expect to receive it in the States within the next month.

As in previous years, we would like to offer you the ability to send a kvital (note) for free to the grave-site of Rebbe Nachman. Just click here to fill out our online kvital form.

Our Uman Sefer Torah campaign is successfully underway. We have received 40 out of 52 sponsorships, thank you! Want to take part in this special opportunity before Rosh HaShana? Click here to read more. Help us “seal the scroll” before Rosh HaShanah.

Our amazing Uman Kollel schedule is now available, click here to download.

Lastly, if your traveling to Uman – we can help! Are you looking for a bed or a nice minyan to daven at? Feel free to contact us today.

May we all be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life for a good, joyous and healthy new year, Amen!

Yossi Katz

Executive Director, USA

Author: Yossi Katz

Yossi Katz currently lives in Lakewood, NJ where he runs the BRI American Office. He studied in Beth Medrash Gevoha, as well as the former Breslov Kollel of Lakewood headed by Rabbi Shlomo Goldman.

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  1. Are there any plans for a shabbat/yom tov English translated siddur in the works?

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    • Yes, it is being edited and prepared for publication right now.


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  2. Do you have a Sepharadi and Ashkenazi version or just Ashkenasi?

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  3. When are you planning to publish the Shabbat/Yom Tove version of the siddur?

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  4. Still a few more months but we will get there soon BH.

    Thanks for your patience,
    Yossi Katz

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  5. When is the Nusach Ashkenaz version coming out? I and others would love to daven with a Breslov siddur but we will not abandon our Minhag to do so. When the Nusach Ashkenaz Breslov siddur comes out, then you will have a great deal of influence upon Klal Yisrael.

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  6. Is there any difference between the red hardcover and blue hardcovers? I ordered one siddur and I’m very happy with it! Wonderful commentaries. But a red one came in the mail and I’m just wondering since the picture online was of a blue one.

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  7. Agree with Asher Hillel Knobler

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