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Sh'ma and V'ahavta -- a good place to start!

10/05/2021 11:06:23 AM

Oct5

Chevre (Friends),

We are commanded to recite the Sh'ma and its related blessings twice a day: at night, and in the morning. We are each commanded to recite the Sh'ma, so, it's never too early or late to learn how! Do you have Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals? That is the siddur (prayerbook) we use at Adath Shalom. You can find the Sh'ma on page 30, in the Friday Night Service. The words don't change for Shabbat morning (p.112), so you can choose either page to practice every day, twice a day! If you don't have a siddur at home, I invite you to procure one! You can also find the Sh'ma online. We have sound files for many of the Friday night and Shabbat morning prayers, on the Adath Shalom website, as well. https://www.adathshalom.net/prayer-melodies.html. Wishing you enjoyment and growth as you continue to fill your personal Jewish ritual toolbox!

 

Wed, October 20 2021 14 Cheshvan 5782