|Using this HPLS Siddur you will be able to pray in Hebrew with full
comprehension - immediately!
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|The HPLS Reform Service Study Guide is for the Friday Night Reform
Service. This siddur was prepared for Temple Beth El and is the only
HPLS publication written specifically for the Reform Service.
Arranged in 8.5" x 11" format with the binding on the 8.5" edge.
|The preface to the Study Guide was written by Jeffery A. Freedman. It has been quoted it in
its entirety because Mr Freedman so aptly explains the benefits of the HPLS siddurim:
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