A student of film making at the Sapir Academy, Ofir Raul-Graizer, has produced a short film of the Benedictine Monastery in Abu Ghosh.

Sharon, a member of the Haifa community has sent us a selection of sacred hymns and music sung by the world famous soprano Emma Kirkby.

Petros Gaitanos is a Greek singer who has performed many of the great masterpieces of the Byzantine liturgy. We present here a few clips that give a taste of his magnificent voice.

A member of the Haifa kehilla sent us a link to the beautiful Christian Orthodox hymns of Divna Ljubojevic, a Serbian Orthodox singer.  

One of the great voices of the twentieth century was that of the American Mahalia Jackson, who sang mostly songs of praise in the tradition of Gospel music that originated among Black Americans.

For centuries the Roman Catholic Church prayed in Latin and much of her musical heritage is in that language. We have gathered together some prayers and hymns.

Brother Roger, founder of Taizé, an ecumenical monastery in France, said: "A great simplicity of heart underlies and sustains a contemplative prayer. This process of self surrender may be sustained by simple songs, repeated over and over". This is the music of Taizé.

Feirouz is one of the greatest Arabic singers in modern times. A Christian Lebanese, she has sung many religious hymns from the Easter and Christmas liturgies.

On Sunday morning, July 31, 2016, the Pope arrived at the closing mass for the WYD in Cracow and Israeli singer, Noa, sang her well known song “Ave Maria”.

The Rana Choir sings the Hava Alberstein version of the Passover song “Had Gadya” for peace in Hebrew, Arabic, Aramaic and Yiddish.

A friend sent a clip to a video of Yossi Ganot and Arik Sinai singing a traditional Jewish prayer from “shaharit” (morning prayer) on Sabbath morning.

Rivka from the Jerusalem kehilla sent us the song of Meir Bannai, “Gate of Mercy” on the occasion of the beginning of the Year of Mercy.

A rabbi friend wishes us Merry Christmas with a song for a new born baby by Hava Alberstein.

We have collected some beautiful songs in Hebrew (and in other languages) by Israeli (and other Jewish) singers. This is to mark the celebration of Israel's independence. Each song has its own link that will refer you to You Tube and the link will open a new page. Enjoy, pray for the peace of Israel and her neighbors and happy holiday...

The 1998 animated film "Prince of Egypt" is an imaginative retelling of the story of Israel's Exodus from Egypt. Many fans of this film testify that it illuminated the Biblical epic narriative. We have collected here a series of video clips from the film with the sound track in Hebrew.

Popular Israeli singer discovered Saint Paul’s chapter on love in 1Corinthians 13 and set it to music.

The YMCA Jerusalem Youth Choir has released a song called “Home” to promote peace and respect in Jerusalem,

On March 29, 2014, the Charlotta Ensemble sang for the migrant community in Our Lady Woman of Valor Pastoral Center in Tel Aviv. One of the songs was “My God, My God”.

For the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, we published a series of links to his prayer set in song in English. It is perhaps interesting to note that the prayer has penetrated Israeli culture.

T. from the Haifa kehilla sent us a beautiful video clip of Ehud Manor’s song “Tomorrow will arrive at midnight”.