The Open Siddur is an expression of open-source Judaism. We are a G'MaḤ (lending society) for tefilot (prayers) and related text and art. Transcribe or translate a prayer and share it. Help us develop our software. If you can't share a text or code, then please help us by telling others about this project or by donating some money to help us pay someone else to pick up the slack. Every shekel, drachma, or dollar you contribute helps to liberate the ingredients of Jewish spiritual practice for all collaborating free/libre and open source initiatives. Your tax deductible donation will help us afford to maintain this website, grow this project, and complete our web application.
The Open Siddur is a program of the Jewish Free Culture Society and is crowdsource funded through small donations through our fiscal sponsor, the Center for Jewish Culture & Creativity, a 501(3)c registered non-profit organization. Additionally funding is provided by Dimus Parrhesia Press, a publisher of Jewish theurgy smuggled from across the River Sambatyon.
The views expressed in contributed works represent the views of their creator(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the Open Siddur Project's developers, its diverse community of contributors, the Jewish Free Culture Society, or the Center for Jewish Culture & Creativity.