Hebrew Prayers Learning Series (HPLS)
Phonetic Transliterated Siddurim
(Jewish Prayer Books)
HPLS Companion Siddur with Page Number References to
the Art Scroll Siddur - Classic Ashkenaz Edition
Volume 5 - Morning Service for the Sabbath and Festivals
|For Synagogues using Art Scroll Siddur
Word-for-word PhoneticTransliterated Siddur
Lets you follow and/or lead the Morning Service for the Sabbath and Festivals
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Features page number references to Art Scroll Siddur - Classic Ashkenaz Edition
|HPLS Morning Service for the Sabbath and Festivals with page-number references to the Art Scroll Siddur
|Two-Volume Set for Sabbath & Festivals
HPLS Morning Service and
HPLS Evening Service
with page number references to the
Art Scroll Siddur
|The example below shows how page numbers are referenced to the Art Scroll Siddur when the corresponding text does not start at the beginning of the page|
|Corresponding page number in the ArtScroll Siddur|
|Click on thumbnails below for actual snapshot of the Table of Contents and Cross-Reference from the HPLS Morning Service for Sabbath and Festivals with page-number references to the Art-Scroll Siddur|
|Learn to lead the Hebrew Prayer Service with this Phonetic Transliterated Siddur. Ideal if your synagogue uses the Artscroll Siddur.
This companion book has page-number references to the Artscroll Ashkenaz Edition.
It includes all the material in the Phonetic Transliterated HPLS Volume 5, without references to Nusach Sefard and Nusach HaAri (Chabad).
This siddur is specifically designed and intended for users of the ArtScroll Ashkenaz Siddur.
|The HPLS Phonetic Transliterated Siddur is part of the HPLS Library of reading tools that provide an open doorway to the joy of the Hebrew Prayer Service. The unique triple-tiered HPLS format invites everyone to experience the Hebrew Prayer Service with full participation, comprehension and confidence, no matter what their experience or background.|
|This volume includes the complete Morning Prayer Service for the Sabbath and the three Major Jewish Festivals.and can be used for both the Orthodox and Conservative Ashkenaz Prayer Services.|
|Summary of Table of Contents and Cross-Reference:|
Part 1 - Preliminary Morning Prayers
MohDeh Ah'nee - Modeh Ahnee - I Thank You
(This prayer does not mention God's name and can be said in bed)
N'teeLaht YahDahYeem - Netilat Yadayim
(Said upon awakening and before breaking bread)
Mah TohVoo - Mah Tovu - How Good
Ah'dohn OhLahm - Adon Olam - Master of the Universe
Yeeg Dahl - Yigdal - May He be Magnified
(Song by Daniel ben Judah of Rome 14th Century)
Ah'sher YahTzahr - Asher Yatzar - who formed (Said upon relieving oneself.)
Blessings and Selections of the Torah
LahAh'sohk B'deevRay TohRah
The 15 Morning B'rahChoht
Prayer for Peace
Ah'kehDah - AkeDah (the binding of Isaac)
Preliminary Sh'mah YisRahEhl - Shema Yisrael
Anthology of Torah and Talmudic Selections
RahBee YeeshMahEhl - Rabbi Ishmael (Talmudic Interpretation of the Torah)
Rabbis' Mourner's KahDeesh
Psalm of the day
Shabbat - Psalm 92
Sunday - Psalm 24
Monday - Psalm 48
Tuesday - Psalm 82
Wednesday - Psalm 94
Thursday - Psalm 81
Friday - Psalm 93
Psalm 104 - BahR'chee NahfShee (for Rosh ChohDehsh)
Psalm 27 (Said from Elul to 7th day of Sukkot)
Part 2 - P'sooKay D'zeemRah - Psookay Dzimrah (Verses of Praise)
BahRooch ShehAhMahr (Opening blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah)
HohDoo (1 Chronicles 16:8-36 and Verses from Psalms)
AhshRay - Psalm 145
VahY'vahRehch DahVeed - 1 Chronicles 29:10-13
Song of the Sea - Exodus 15:1-19
NeeshMaht (Sabbath addition to closing blessing)
YeeshTahBahch (Closing blessing to P'sooKay D'zeemRah)
Psalm 130 - Sheer HahMahAh'loht
(Said between Rosh HahShaNah and Yohm KeePoor)
Part 3 - ShahChah'reet
BahR'choo - Bahr-choo (Said by the Sh'leeAhch TzeeBoor)
1st Blessing before Shemah
HahKohl YohDooChah (Say only on Shabbat)
HahMehEer LahAhRehtz (for Shabbat and Festivals)
Ehl BahRooch (for Festivals that occur on a weekday
Ayn K'ehrKehChah (Shabbat only))
Ehl AhDohn (Shabbat only)
LahEhl Ah'sher (Shabbat only)
TeetBahRahch (for Shabbat and Festivals)
2nd Blessing before Shemah
Shema Yisrael - (K'reeAht Sh'mah) Deuteronomy 6:4; 6:5-9, Shema 2nd Paragraph ( Deuteronomy 11: 13-21) and Shema 3rd Paragraph (Deuteronomy 15: 37-41)
Eh'meht - Blessing after the Shema (The first word of this blessing is said as the last word of the Shema)
Tzoor Yisrael (said immediately before Amidah)
Morning Amidah for the Sabbath (Shabbat)
Morning Amidah for Festivals
Reader's (Full) KahDeesh (Kaddish Shalem)
Part 4 - Torah Service
Adonai, Adonai, EhlRahCoom (for festivals that occuron a weekday)
B'reech Sh'meh (Zohar VahYahkHehl)
Torah is removed from the Ark
Blessings Before and After the Torah is Read
GoMehl (Said by one who has passed safely through dangerous experience)
Mee ShehBehRahch for a Male Oleh
Mee ShehBehRahch for a Female Oleh
Mee ShehBehRahch for a Sick Man
Mee ShehBehRahch for a Sick Woman
HahgBahHah and G'leeLah
Blessings before and after the Haftorah
Y'koom PoorKahn Prayer for the Torah Institutions
Y'koom PoorKahn Prayer for the Congregation
Mee ShehBehRahch for the Community
Prayer for the new month
AhshRah - Psalm 145
Returning the Torah to the Ark
Psalm 29 (for Shabbat)
Psalm 24 (for Weekdays)
Part 5 - Musaf
Musaf (Additional) Amidah for the Sabbath and Sabbath Rosh Chodesh
Musaf Amidah for Festivals
Reader's KahDeesh (Kaddish Shalem)
AhnEem Z'meeRoht (Song of Glory)
N'teeLaht YahDahYeem (Washing of the hands)
Blessing before eating bread
|Part 1, Preliminary Morning Prayers.
The first preliminary morning prayer is Modeh Ahnee (I give thanks). This prayer doesn't mention God's name and some say it while still in bed. The preliminary morning prayers continue with the Asher YahTzahr blessing (said after going to the bathroom), and the N'teeLaht YahDahYim blessing (said after washing of the hands).
Then a meditation is read and the blessing for putting on the Tallis is said.
The preliminary prayers continue with the songs Ah'dohn OhLahm and YeegDahl (summary of the 13 Principles of Faith), the 15 Morning Blessings (BrahChoht), the Ah'kehDah (binding of Isaac), the preliminary Shema Yisrael, and various prayers relating to the temple service. The Preliminary Morning Prayers section concludes with the Rabbi's Mourners' Kaddish.
Part 2, Verses of Praise (PsooKay D'zeeRah).
The purpose of the Verses of Praise is to prepare the worshipper for the main prayer.
Psalm 30, Mourners' Kaddish, BahRooch ShehAhMahr (opening blessing to PsooKay D'zeeRah), HohDoo (1 Chronicles 16:8-36), Hashem MehLehch, L'chai OhLahMeem, Psalm 19, Psalm 33, Psalm 34, Psalm 90, Psalm 91, Psalm 92, Psalm 93, Psalm 98, Psalm 121, Psalm 122, Psalm 123, Psalm 124, Psalm 135, Psalm 136, Ashrei (Psalm 145), Psalm 146, Psalm 147, Psalm 148, Psalm 149, Psalm 150, VahYvahRehch DahVeed (1 Chronicles 29:10-13), Nehemiah 9:5-11, Exodus 15:1-19 (Song of the Sea), NeeshMaht (Sabbath addition to closing blessing), YeeshTahBahch (closing blessing to PsooKay D'zeeRah), Sheer HahMahAhloht (Psalm 130).
Part 3, Shacharit (ShahChah'reet).
Although Shacharit actually refers to the whole Morning Service, this part of the HPLS siddur is termed Shacharit to distinguish it from the Preliminary Morning Prayers and Verses of Praise sections. The Shacharit section contains the Morning Prayer and is almost 100% transliterated. It consists of the following major sections: Barechu, Shema Yisrael, Morning Amidah for the Sabbath, Morning Amidah for Festivals, and Hallel.
Part 4, Torah Service.
The Torah Service is performed during the morning service for both the Shabbat and Festivals. The service consists of the following main parts:
Taking out the Torah,
Blessing before and after rading the Law (Torah),
Blessing before reading the Haftorah,
Blessing after reading the Haftorah,
Y'koom PoorKahn Prayer,
Blessing for the new month,
Ashrei (Psalm 145),
Returning the Torah to the Ark, and
Yiskor (said on the last day of Passover, Shavuous, and Succoth).
Part 5, Musaf.
This section contains the Musaf (additional) prayers for the Sabbath and Festivals, and the prayers for the conclusion of the service.
The following are included in this section: Musaf Amidah for the Sabbath,
Musaf Amidah for Festivals,
Concluding passages (KahVeh, Ayn Kehlohaynoo, talmudic selections, etc.)
AhnEem ZmeeRoht (Song of Glory),
Psalm of the day: (Sunday/Psalm 24, Monday/Psalm 48, Tuesday/Psalm 82, Wednesday/Psalm 94, Thursday/Psalm 81, Friday/Psalm 93, Sabbath/Psalm 92),
Psalm 104 (BahRchee NahfShee, for Rosh ChohDehsh),
Psalm 27 (said from Elul to 7th day of Succoth), and the
Morning Kiddush for Sabbath and Festivals..
|This volume contains 245 pages, measures 8.5" x 11", and is bound on the 11" edge.|
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