TBA periodically facilitates a Learners' Minyan - a wonderful opportunity to study and practice the elements of the Shabbat morning service in an interactive, engaging way and in a warm and safe environment. These are led by Rabbi Emeritus Joel Rembaum. Newcomers are always welcome!
For more information about the Learner’s Minyan, please contact Cori Drasin at x210 or email@example.com
Glossary of the Sections of the Service:
Psukei d’Zimra – songs of praises, excerpts from the Book of Psalms and the Bible, that comprise the opening part of the morning service.
Shachrit – the morning service which includes the Shma and the Amidah prayers.
Hallel – songs of praise that are inserted for specific Jewish holidays
Musaf – additional, refers the final part of the Shabbat/holiday service.
SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON PRAYER
Davis, Avrohom Davis. The Complete Metsudah Siddur, Metsudah Publications: New York, 1990.
Dorff, Elliot N. Knowing God. Aronson: New Jersey, 1992.
Garfiel, Evelyn. Service of the Heart. Wilshire Book Company: North Hollywood, 1958.
Greenberg, Sidney, (Ed.). A Treasury of Thoughts on Jewish Prayer. Aronson: New Jersey, 1989.
Hammer, Reuven. Entering Jewish Prayer. Schocken Books: New York, 1994.
Hammer, Reuven. Or Hadash: A Commentary on Sim Shalom. Rabbinical Assembly: New York, 2003.
Hoffman, Lawrence. The Art of Public Prayer: Not for Clergy Only. Skylight Paths Publishing: Woodstock, Vermont, 1999.
Hoffman, Lawerence,(Ed). My People’s Prayerbook, volumes 1 – 8. Jewish Lights: Woodstock, Vermont 1998.
Levy, Naomi. Talking to God. Knopf: New York, 2002
Schach, Stephen R. The Structure of the Siddur. Aronson: New Jersey, 1996.
Schulweiss, Harold. For Those Who Can't Believe. Harper Perennial: New York, 1994