The Koren Shabbat Evening Siddur. Translation & Commentary by Rabbi Sacks (Hebrew-English)
Enhance any Kabbalat Shabbat service with this spectacular Shabbat evening siddur (prayer book) from Koren Publishing:
- This siddur features all the traditional prayers you need for a Shabbat evening service (including Mincha) along with a modern English translation and an insightful commentary by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
- Produced by one of the top Jewish publishing houses in the Land of Israel.
- Perfect for use by synagogues, youth groups, families and anyone wishing to have a meaningful Shabbat evening experience.
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Language: Hebrew / English
Hardcover, 186 pages. Size: 5.1" X 7.7" / 13 X 19.5 cm
This compact but handsome volume contains everything you need for a compete and meaningful Friday night prayer service, including Friday afternoon Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat, the Song of Songs, Ma'ariv, and more. The insightful commentaries and clear and beautiful translation by renowned rabbi and educator Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks will add an extra layer of meaning and understanding to your prayers!
Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth, is one of the world s leading Jewish figures. Educated at Cambridge University and Jews College London, he has served as Principal of Jews College London and President of the Council of Christians and Jews in the United Kingdom. Chief Rabbi Sacks is the author of numerous books of Jewish thought, and recently provided the English translation and commentary for The Koren Sacks Siddur, the first new Orthodox prayer book in a generation.
Koren Publishers, originally founded by Eliyahu Koren over 50 years ago, has transformed the way Jews pray worldwide. His effort to create a font that executes maximum clarity to the reader, makes ancient Hebrew accessible during a modern era. The first Koren Siddur was published in 1981, to "encourage(d) the worshiper to engross the mind and heart in prayer,” according to Mr. Koren. All IDF soldiers receive a Koren Siddur upon entering the Israeli army, which is a ritual that prevails today. Koren continues to expand to Jews all over the world to transform the prayer experience.