Shuls/Yeshivos in Boro Park that have a moving Rosh Hashana Davening

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    I’m looking for a shul or Yeshivah where the Oilum is very into the Davening and there’s a lot of Hergesh. If you know of a place please inform me and anyone else who cares to know.

    Thanks and a Ksiva Vchasima Tovah!


    Oh. I though you were looking for a minyan that “really moves”.


    In my opinion there is nothing like Chaim Berlin the main Beis Medrash… when you hear the entire Yeshiva davening, sing Kedusha…. and then after Yom Kippur sing Hallel. It sends chills. How can anyone not cry?! I think about it all year in difficult times and it gives me such chizuk. Everyone is so respectful and quiet, and you can really concentrate. It is amazing!! Of course, it is one of the longest davenings also. Still, this is only for me and I believe that each person has a shul/yeshiva where their neshama feels most connected/uplifted. This just happens to be mine and I wanted to share the info with you. Before I started davening in Chaim Berlin, Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana were not the same for me, especially if the they davenened fast. Now I look forward to it. K’siva V’chasima Tovah!


    Emunas Yisroel in BP (16th Avenue & 44th Street) has every thing you asked for. It has as well a chassidishe flavor. Taamu Ureu !!


    Yakov L

    Do you know the schedule for Emunas Yisroel?


    my brother davened in yeshiva torah vodaath last year rosh hashanah and he said it was and unbelievable beautifal davening and not too long, i may just try it out this year

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