Information about Jewish prayer, including daily, Shabbat, festival and High Holiday liturgy
Birkat HaMazon -- The Blessing After the Meal
After a meal in which we have eaten bread, we say Birkat HaMazon the blessing after the meal. Learn about its structure and significance.
Hear O' Israel - The Shema in Jewish Prayer
The most central prayer in Judaism, Shema Yisrael, was quoted during the invocation given by Pastor Rick Warren to, then, President-elect Barack Obama. Why is the Shema such a central part of Jewish faith?
Jewish Women You Should Know - Debbie Friedman
Debbie Friedman, legendary and prolific composer of Jewish music passed away on January 9, 2011. We celebrate her life´s work and learn more about the many ways in which she touched and transformed Jewish life.
Making Prayer Easy
It is not uncommon to struggle with prayer. If you have trouble connecting with traditional prayers, I have a few suggestions that might help.
Morning Prayer -Modeh Ani
Modeh Ani is the morning prayer we recite before we even get out of bed. What does it mean and why is it such an important part of our morning prayers?
The Spiritual Aspect of Baking Challah
A common event like baking bread can actually be a spiritual moment in time. Learn how to turn your challah baking into a deep and meaningful experience.
The Traveler's Prayer - Tefilat HaDerech
The Traveler's Prayer is recited during any journey that is approximately three miles or more.
Types of Jewish Prayer Judaism Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Judaism Site Map
Prayer is as multi-faceted as the denominations within Judaism. While the utterances may vary, there are several themes of prayer most commonly expressed in the Jewish faith.
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