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📖 A Selection of Prayers, Psalms, and Other Scriptural Passages, and Hymns for Use at the Services of the Jewish Religious Union, London (1902)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=52671 &#x1f4d6; A Selection of Prayers, Psalms, and Other Scriptural Passages, and Hymns for Use at the Services of the Jewish Religious Union, London (1902) 2023-09-14 12:53:36 <em>A Selection of Prayers, Psalms, and Other Scriptural Passages, and Hymns for Use at the Services of the Jewish Religious Union, London</em> (1902) is the original "provisional" edition of the nascent Jewish Religious Union of London, the pioneering Liberal (Reform movement) congregation in the United Kingdom. Text the Open Siddur Project Claude Montefiore Claude Montefiore Simeon Singer (translation) Morris David Joseph Lilian Helen Montagu the Jewish Religious Union of London Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Claude Montefiore https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Pulpit &amp; Ceremonial collections of prayers 20th century C.E. 57th century A.M. British Jewry Liberal Movement for Progressive Judaism in Britain

A Selection of Prayers, Psalms, and Other Scriptural Passages, and Hymns for Use at the Services of the Jewish Religious Union, London (1902) is the original “provisional” edition of the nascent Jewish Religious Union of London, the pioneering Liberal (Reform movement) congregation in the United Kingdom. This edition contained only 42 pages and was soon supplanted by a second expanded edition (containing 127 pages).

In the Liberal Jewish Prayerbook vol. Ⅰ (1926), Rabbi Israel Mattuck attributes the prayers copied over from the Jewish Religious Union prayerbook to “Rev. Simeon Singer, Miss Montagu, and the Rev. Morris Joseph.” It seems likely that Claude Montefiore, who collaborated on the Authorised Daily Prayer Book (1890) with Rabbi Simeon Singer, also took part.

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