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For our Shabbat services, we use Siddur Sim Shalom.

Click here to access a PDF that you can view on-screen and print out to follow along.

You will need to provide some personal information (name, e-mail and synagogue- that's us) in order to access the downloadable files. 


For an English transliteration of nearly all prayers, you can refer to Siddur Mishkan T'Filah. 

Click here to view it online (on-screen only, not printable)

Siddur Sim Shalom contains English translations of the meanings of each prayer, and a wide selection of English-language readings for each part of the service. If you don't speak Hebrew (or could use some practice) but would like to participate in the reading of Hebrew-language prayers, Mishkan T'filah contains English transliterations (spelling of each sound) for all the Hebrew.

We believe that everyone should be able to participate in the entire service, and we are actively investigating adopting a Siddur that contains the prayers, readings and practices that we love, alongside full English transliterations for all our members and guests. 


Our Family Friday services follow along with our Tot Shabbat Siddur. 

Click here to access the PDF (viewable on-screen and printable)


In place of Kaddish, our online services will use Psalm 23. 

Click here to access a PDF with Hebrew, English and full transliteration

Click here to access an audio recording of the Psalm being recited slowly in Hebrew

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Thu, August 11 2022 14 Av 5782