In the 100th year of the Jewish people of Uganda, called Abayudaya, the Cantors Assembly ventured on a mission there to build a sacred bridge of peoplehood and to explore the unique aspects and commonalities of our musical heritages. Additionally, several cantors also visited the emerging Abayudaya community in Kenya.
To retell our story every year, Jews gather on Passover and read from the Haggadah, which literally means “the telling.” It tells of our journeys, our struggles, and our ultimate redemption through the words of Torah. What a perfect vehicle for telling the story of the Abayudaya.
This preview is just a sample of much more to come. It is but one section of the Haggadah, meant to enhance the experience of Jewish families at their Pesach Sedarim. The intention of the Cantors Assembly is to provide a more elaborate print and audio supplement, l’shana habah, in the year to come.
Print at home: The free downloadable Abayudaya Haggadah Supplement Preview files are formatted to be printed on most home and office printers. 8 pages.
Listen: We are pleased to present three preview audio files, recorded during the Cantors Assembly Abayudaya Solidarity Mission.