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📖 מחזור תפילות חיינו חלק א׳ | Maḥzor Tefilot Ḥayyeinu vol.1: For Weekday Mornings, by Joshua Giorgio-Rubin (2020)
A weekday morning siddur in Hebrew with English translation prepared by Joshua Giorgio-Rubin adapted from traditional sources. . . .
📖 סידור ולא נבוש | Jewish Prayer as Shame Resilience Practice: Siddur v’Lo Nevosh for Shaḥarit by Rabbi Shoshana Friedman
A prayerbook of paraliturgical reflections on the weekday morning prayers composed for a shame resilience practice. . . .
📄 סֵדֶר בִּרְכוֹת הַשַּׁחַר | Morning blessings for waking up and starting the day, adapted by Andrew Shaw
In these still, quiet moments I am not asleep, and not yet awake. In the threshold of day and night, with the mixture of darkness and light, my body is once again coming to life. I am reborn, each day, from the womb of your compassion. May all of my actions be worthy of the faith you’ve placed in me. With words of thanks I’ll greet the dawn. . . .
📄 סדר עבודת הלב שחרית | Seder Avodat Lev Shaḥarit: Service of the Heart, by the farmers of the Adamah Fellowship
The prayer/songsheet used for the Avodat Lev dawn prayer service of the farmers in the Adamah Fellowship on the campus of the Isabella Freedman Retreat Center in Falls Village, Connecticut. . . .
📖 סדר תפלות ישראל (רפורמי) | Seder Tefilot Yisrael: The Union Prayer Book for Jewish Worship – Morning Services (CCAR 1907)
A “provisional edition” of the Reform movement’s Union Prayer Book for six morning services (containing additional material) for Reform Synagogues with daily morning services. . . .
Morning Prayers was compiled by Rabbi Gustav Gottheil for the morning prayer service of his congregation at Temple Emanu-El, New York, in 1889. . . .