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Every 28 years, the lunar and solar cycles of the Hebrew (and thus the liturgical) calendar coincide, and are marked by a sunrise ritual of blessing the sun. CBST member Yehuda Berger discovered this liturgy in 1981 and organized the observance on one of the abandoned Hudson River piers on April 8, 1981.

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Cover of the liturgy used by CBST for the blessing of the sun, 1981, on the day that the lunar and solar cycles of the Hebrew calendar coincide (once every 28 years).