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Wed high holy days

Wed. High Holy Days.

Click next to holiday6.htm

Additional resources:

Evening and morning and at noon i shall pray psalm 55 17
Evening and morning and at noon I shall pray” Psalm 55:17

  • 3 Group prayer times for men

    • 4rth service on Holy-days, after morning prayer.

      Morning prayers longest

  • Also prayers at Night before morning

    Shema before Bed

Daily prayers 2 ways
Daily prayers: 2 ways

  • short version for small groups

  • Full liturgy, if there are enough people.


  • 10 adults are needed before prayer rituals are performed in full.

  • Orthodox: only men count toward Minyan

Evening ma ariv sundown and midnight
Evening: Ma'arivsundown and midnight.

  • Shema

  • Amidah: ShemonehEsrei / “18 Benedictions”

  • Aleinu

Shema quotes from torah
Shema: Quotes from Torah

“Hear, Oh Israel, the Lord is our god, the Lord is One…

And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.

And these words that I command you today shall be in your heart.

And you shall teach them diligently to your children, and you shall speak of them when you sit at home, and when you walk along the way, and when you lie down and when you rise up.”

“And you shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be for frontlets between your eyes.” Tefillah / Tefillin

Tefillah many prayers require their use
Tefillah: Many prayers require their use shall be for frontlets between your eyes.”

And you shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates
“And you shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.”

  • Mezuzah

  • Deut. 6:4-9, 11:13-21

Mezuzah mezuzoth
Mezuzah / Mezuzoth and on your gates.”

Mezuzah mezuzot
Mezuzah / Mezuzot and on your gates.”

Amidah or shemoneh esrei
Amidah and on your gates.”or ShemonehEsrei

  • “18 Benedictions” actually 19…

  • Recited quietly while standing. private prayer can be added.

  • Prayer leader recites it again loudly.

Amidah and on your gates.”

  • Symbolic of the “Holy of Holies”: innermost sanctuary of the Temple.

  • Private recitation has plural appeals to god.

  • Individual face to face with God

Reform changes www us israel org jsource judaism amidah html
Reform changes: and on your gates.”

Adds Matriarchs’ names.

Sarah Rebecca Rachael Leah

Resurrection replaced with God as author of life.

God is more universal: god of all people, not just of Israel.

Aleinu and on your gates.”

  • Main prayer of closing of service.

  • Declaration of duty to obey God.

  • “It is our duty to praise the Master of all, to ascribe greatness to the Molder of primeval creation, ….

Morning shacharit
Morning: Shacharit and on your gates.”

  • Morning Blessings

  • Shema

  • Amidah

  • Torah reading (Mon., Thurs., Sat. & holidays)

  • Aleinu

    • Musaf: Additional service: Sabbath and Hol.

Morning blessings
Morning Blessings and on your gates.”

  • Thanks for many things, including:

  • … not making me a gentile not making me a slave

  • not making me a woman

  • expl. Women not bound to many mitzvoth, so men are grateful for the honour of having more commandments.

Tallit tzitzit
Tallit & Tzitzit and on your gates.”

Aliyah and on your gates.”

  • Being asked to “come up” to bless and/or read Torah.

Afternoon service minchah
Afternoon Service (Minchah) and on your gates.”

  • Amidah Shemoneh Esrei

  • Aleinu

Synagogue beit knesset house of assembly
Synagogue and on your gates.”Beit Knesset House of Assembly

  • Reform, Conservative

    • Structured services

  • Orthodox:

    • Ref. English

    • Cons. Hebrew

    • Leader faces people

Beit knesset
Beit Knesset and on your gates.”

Orthodox may say “Shul” = School.

  • “Study Torah”

    Reform Jews call the B.Kn “temple”

    Conserv. “Synagogue” most typical

Synagogue and on your gates.”

  • Conservative = “Synagogue”

  • Reform = “Temple”

Orthodox and on your gates.”

  • “Free form”, people go at own pace

  • Leader faces same direction as congregation

  • Segregated: Women on one side or behind a screen.

    • Hebrew

Cons reform
Cons. & Reform and on your gates.”

  • Non-segragated

  • More structured

  • Everyday languages are used

  • Services shorter

Issues and on your gates.”

  • Segregation

  • How much like a “church” should it be?

  • Use of pianos, organs etc allowable?

Berakhot and on your gates.”

  • BRK = Blessing

  • 100 per day.

  • Before observing Mitzvah

  • Before material benefit

  • Before special time, event

Rabbi and on your gates.”

  • Teacher

  • Interpreter of Halakah

  • Administrator.

  • Officiates at ceremonies

    NOT a priest

Cantor chazzan
Cantor / chazzan and on your gates.”

  • Chants prayers for congregation.

  • Administrator.

  • Officiates at ceremonies

Gabbai and on your gates.”

  • Two, assist with Torah reading.

Calendar and on your gates.”

  • 5763

  • Since the world began

  • New Year in 7th month…

High holy days 10 days
High Holy Days (10 days) and on your gates.”

  • Rosh Hashanah

  • Yom Kippur

  • Other autumn festivalsSukkoth

  • Simhat Torah.