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Companion Guide To The Shabbat Prayer Service Paperback – February 1, 1998
For anyone who has ever felt lost during the Shabbat services, this book is the perfect solution! This reader-friendly guide contains extensive introductions, explanations and parables to help demystify Jewish prayer and the synagogue. It also contains transliterations of every important prayer said or sung in unison by the congregation, with page references to the following siddurim: ArtScroll, Birnbaum, Metsudah, Lubavitch & De Sola Pool. Let this guide lead you towards more meaningful prayer in your life!
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"For many beginners and veterans, the Shabbat prayer service is a confusing maze in which they often get lost. The Companion Guide is a valuable and practical map which makes the Shabbat experience infinitely more meaningful and intelligible. I highly recommend it." -- -Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, Orthodox Union
For many beginners and veterans, the congregational prayer service is a confusing maze in which they often get lost. The Companion Guides are a valuable and practical map which make the Shabbat experience infinitely more meaningful and intelligible. I highly recommend them. -- Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, Orthodox Union
Having Moshe Sorschers wonderful guides is like having a special angel as a companion to make the prayer experience more meaningful and spiritual. --Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Director, National Jewish Outreach Program
About the Author
Since hearing Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald of the National Jewish Outreach Program speak eight years ago about how thriving Orthodox shuls can affect the lives of less knowledgeable Jews, Sorscher has been inspired to make a difference in the lives of people searching to change their lives and become more Jewishly observant.
Although Sorscher spends his days as a pension administrator, he has made it his mission to lovingly encourage and teach those who wish to learn more about prayer and Jewish life. He has coordinated the Young Israel of Flatbush's Outreach Program for eight years now-that is almost 410 Shabbat mornings-and he has rarely missed a Shabbat.
- Publisher : Judaica Pr; 0 edition (February 1, 1998)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 98 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1880582198
- ISBN-13 : 978-1880582190
- Item Weight : 6.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.75 x 0.5 x 8.75 inches
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