The West African Jews of the Diaspora are proud to announce our very first Friday Night Siddur. This siddur marks the first of many other works pending on the horizon.
What makes this siddur unique is that we are celebrating our rich history and geological foot prints as Jews, leading up to our heritage in the American diaspora (the legacies of F.S. Cherry, Williams Saunders Crowdy, Rabbi Ford, WA Matthew, Haiyim White, Rabbi Tate, Rabbi Levi benLevi, Rabbi Eliezer Brooks and others of blessed memory).
This siddur has a format that is not found in any other siddurim thus far, having a linear Hebrew, with English transliteration (phonetically written according to our traditions) and an English translation on the same page.
This siddur has documented some of our rich and exclusive traditions that have been passed down by our great rabbanan and elders, which are supported by halakhic sources.
Because of the format, our siddur is user friendly for anyone. It doesn't matter which level of Hebrew reading or comprehension a person may find themselves. We pray that each individual will experience the rich and wonderful benefits of prayer and learning, when using our siddur.
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