The Hebrew Prayers Learning Series was created by F. Ephraim Linker in the
1990's, about 20 years after becoming a baal teshuva. His labor of love
provided the Jewish Community with Phonetically-Transliterated Hebrew
prayers, blessing and songs that can be read quickly, correctly, and accurately,
and most important, understood.
All publications are carefully edited by Rabbi Shmuel Rabin who makes sure
that everything is correct, true, and trustworthy.
You can see Rabbi Rabin at his Rosh Hashanah lectures by clicking on these
Rosh Hashanah Sheer Part 1 and
Rosh Hashanah Sheer Part 2
The HPLS transliterations are available to people all over the world. The HPLS
transliteration requires no prior knowledge of how a word should sound. The
reader has immediate access to the prayer service and for learning the meaning
of the prayers.
Please see for yourself with the 19 FREE HPLS Three-Tier Blessing Sheets.
We publish prayer books for various Jewish prayer services. The three popular
order (nusach) for the prayer services are Nusach Ashkenaz, Nusach Sefart,
and Nusach HaAri (Chabad). All three are covered in our Six-Volume Set. Major
differences between nusachim are noted. Essential prayers are provided for
weekdays, Shabbat, and the three major Jewish Festivals.
We also publish companion prayer books for the Sim Shalom, Art Scroll, Ben
Zion Bokser, and the Chabad synagogue siddurim.
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