Birkat Hamazon

How to thank God for food.

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Online Resources

Many websites offer versions of birkat hamazon. There are also videos posted on the web showing people leading and singing the blessing after meals, which can help teach the standard melodies for the various blessings:

  • Hillel offers a bencher with English, Hebrew and transliteration.

  • Berachot.org has the Hebrew version of Sephardic Birkat Hamazon; there is no translation.

  • Chabad offers a transliteration and translation along with audio.

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Kate Palley

Kate Palley is the former Director of Jewish Campus Life at Oberlin College Hillel. She is a student at the Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City.