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Learn the Prayers of Shabbat

Do you come to Shabbat services but still feel a little uncomfortable with the prayers?  Perhaps they sound familiar but you find yourself listening rather than davening along. 

Here is your opportunity to familiarize yourself with the prayers chanted during Shabbat morning services, provided by our Ritual Team Leader, Marc Sussman.  Marc has provided individual recordings of different parts of the service so you can better familiarize yourself with them. 

The recordings below only include the parts that the prayer leader sings aloud.  They can usually be found in the siddur with a small diamond shape at the beginning of the line.     

Listen a few times and you'll find yourself singing along in no time.  Who knows, maybe one day you'll volunteer to lead services.  Click Here to view our Siddur Tefillah L'Moshe

Shacharit: Shochen Ad to Meshichecha. pp 191 - 192

Shacharit: Yishtabach to Uvoreh et HaKol, pp 193 - 195

Shacharit: Efes to end of El Adon, pp 197 - 199

Shacharit: V'chulam to Yotzeir Ha'm'orot, pp 202 - 204

Shacharit: Vehavi'enu to Atah hu me'olam, pp 206 - 212

Shacharit: Tehilot le'El elyon to ga'al Yisra'el, pp 214 - 215

Shacharit: Amidah, first 3 brachot, pp 216 - 218

Shacharit: Kedushah, pp 218 - 220

Shacharit: Kaddish Shalem, pp 234 - 235

Psalm for Shabbat, pp 236 - 237

Musaf: Beginning through Kedushah, pp 280 - 285

Musaf: Tikanta through Kaddish Shalem, pp 286 - 299


Thu, July 25 2024 19 Tammuz 5784