|HPLS Sim Shalom Weekday Edition, Two-Volume Set
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HPLS Weekday Edition
The HPLS Companion Sim Shalom Siddurim for the
Weekdays, Sabbath, and Major Jewish Festivals are
egalitarian (contain the prayers for the Matriachs).
These Weekday editions contain a page-number
cross-reference in the Table of Contents to the 1985,
1998, and 2002 editions of Sim Shalom.
The HPLS Sabbath and Festivals edition (see below)
provides a more elaborate page-number references on
each page of the siddur.
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Afternoon-Evening Service for Weekdays
with page number
references to Siddur Sim Shalom
Morning Service for Weekdays with
page number references to Siddur
|Sample from HPLS Companion to Siddur Sim Shalom,
showing the additional prayer for our Matriarchs
|HPLS Companion siddurim to Siddur Sim Shalom
|(Siddur Sim Shalom is Egalitarian)
Volumes 4 and 5 measure 8 3/8" W x 11" H.
The page-number referencing to the corresponding passage in
Siddur Sim Shalom is provided on each page of the HPLS siddur,
in addition, the Table of Contents.
Click on the "More Info" buttons for samples of the page layout in volumes
4 and 5
The HPLS Companion siddurim to Siddur Sim Shalom follow the egalitarian
style and contain the additional blessings for our Matriarchs (See above
Four separate HPLS companion volumes are available.
Volumes 4 and 5 are very popular and are listed first. They are for the
Sabbath and Festivals Morning Service and reference the 1985 and 1998
editions of Siddur Sim Shalom.
Volumes 1 and 2 are for the weekdays and reference the above
editions of Sim Shalom, and in addition, the 2002 Weekday Sim Shalom
|HPLS Sim Shalom Sabbath and Festivals Edition, Two-Volume Set
|HPLS Sabbath and Festivals Edition
The HPLS Phonetic Transliterated Siddur includes
page-number references to both the 1985 and 1998
editions of Siddur Sim Shalom. The page-number
references for the 1985 edition are provided on the
bottom left of the page, whereas the page number
references for the 1998 edition are on the bottom right.
As an aid for locating where a Sim Shalom page
breaks in the middle of the HPLS page, additional
page-number references are provided on the left
and/or right sides of the corresponding paragraph.
Click here to see a sample of the page-number
Some passages that are peculiar only to the Sim Shalom
editions have been included in the HPLS Phonetic
Transliterated Siddur, with permission of the Rabbinical
Assembly. These passages were specifically requested
by Congregation Bnai Amoona to be included in the
HPLS Phonetic Transliterated Siddur.
The HPLS Phonetic Transliterated Siddur was originally
produced at the request of the Congregation Bnai
Amoona of St. Louis MO.
Rabbi Rose and the leaders of the congregation wanted
to supplement their prayer book, Siddur Sim Shalom,
with a phonetic transliteration to allow fuller
comprehension of the Hebrew text
HPLS Sim Shalom Volume 5
Morning Service for the Sabbath
with page-number references to
Siddur Sim Shalom (258 pages)
Evening Service for the Sabbath
and Festivals with page number
references to Siddur Sim Shalom
Volumes 1 and 2 are for Weekdays and are Hand-Book size,
measuring 5 1/2" W x 8 1/2" H.
The page-number referencing to the corresponding passage is
provided only in the Table of Contents.
Click of the "More Info" buttons for a summary of each volume.
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