Makom Kavuah – Choosing a Place for Prayer

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Episode Description (27m 58s):
The Talmud states that a person should have a designated place for prayer. In this podcast, Levi Cooper explores different possibilities for understanding the notion of a set place, a makom kavuah, for prayer (1:02). The Maggid of Melbourne considers this directive from the unique angle of our times when our synagogues shuttered and we find ourselves forced to pray at home. After the lecture, (22:10) Rabbi Leon Morris and Matti Rosenshine discuss sacred space.

Production Credits:
Rabbi Leon Morris – Introduction and Interview
Rabbi Dr. Levi Cooper – Podcast Host
Matti Rosenshine – Podcast Guest
Rabbi Michael Emerson – Creative Producer
Rabbi Adam Titcher – Executive Producer