How to Say the Kedushah Prayer

This prayer is traditionally recited as part of the repetition of the Amidah.

Kedushah literally means “holiness.” It also refers to a prayer recited during the repetition of the Amidah.

In this video, Sarah Wolf demonstrates how to recite it:

 

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