Ahava Rabbah: The OneShul Community Siddur 5772by One Shul
In it you’ll find the prayers for the three daily services, Shabbat, Havdalah and holidays, as well as a bencher, a Passover Haggadah, and further Jewish resources. The book is
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This transliterated siddur supplement was written by the people of OneShul, the world’s first and only live-streamed, web-based, lay-led synagogue and Jewish community.
In it you’ll find the prayers for the three daily services, Shabbat, Havdalah and holidays, as well as a bencher, a Passover Haggadah, and further Jewish resources. The book is written in English with a Hebrew transliteration for people who wish to use the traditional language of siddurim.
We are a community committed to diversity, which is why our siddur uses multiple expressions for the Divine, including G-d, God, Lord and more. Recognizing also that God has both masculine and feminine qualities, and yet is neither male nor female, our siddur uses pronoun language that floats between these different, yet complementary understandings.
Our shul survives based on volunteering and donations from private individuals. OneShul is not a part of a larger organization or movement in Judaism. We’re independent, just like you.
OneShul is the only synagogue as one-of-a-kind as you are. We hope you enjoy our unique liturgical art and know your are welcome to be a part of our community.
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