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Davka Transliterated Siddur

Windows & Mac The Davka Transliterated Siddur contains the text of the Ashkenazic Siddur in English transliteration in DavkaWriter, Mellel, and RTF formats. The transliteration follows the Sephardic pronunciation. This compilation is perfect for beginners’ services, synagogues, youth groups, and individuals. The text is clearly arranged and marked, and can be used with other existing […]

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Davka Transliterated Siddur

Windows & Mac The Davka Transliterated Siddur contains the text of the Ashkenazic Siddur in English transliteration in DavkaWriter, Mellel, and RTF formats. The transliteration follows the Sephardic pronunciation. This compilation is perfect for beginners’ services, synagogues, youth groups, and individuals. The text is clearly arranged and marked, and can be used with other existing […]

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The Complete High Holiday Synagogue Companion

by Rabbi Zalman Goldstein The Cure for the High-Holiday Synagogue Blues! It guides you page-by-page through the Chabad High-Holiday prayer book for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, indicating what prayers are found on each page, their background and meaning, and the proper action required at each point. It also includes more than 50 key prayers […]

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Davka Transliterated Siddur

Windows & Mac The Davka Transliterated Siddur contains the text of the Ashkenazic Siddur in English transliteration in DavkaWriter, Mellel, and RTF formats. The transliteration follows the Sephardic pronunciation. This compilation is perfect for beginners’ services, synagogues, youth groups, and individuals. The text is clearly arranged and marked, and can be used with other existing […]

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Exploring Jewish Tradition: A Transliterated Guide to Everyday Practice and Observance

Rabbi Abraham B. Witty Publisher: Doubleday If you want to introduce Jewish traditions into your home, would like to learn about the Jewish faith of your neighbor, plan to host a traditional seder, or are just curious about a term or ritual, Exploring Jewish Tradition addresses all your needs. This thorough review of Judaism as […]

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