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Liturgy of Shabbat Evening & Afternoon

Hosted By: Hebrew Seminary

This survey of prayer texts designed to introduce and to conclude Shabbat explores themes, historical development, and practical liturgical singing (or dramatic reading/signing for students who are unable to sing) of such texts as: Psalms 95-99/92-93 for Kabbalat Shabbat; Lekhah Dodi and Yedid Nefesh; Yigdal; Berakhah Achat Me’eyn Sheva; evening Kiddush; Tzidkatekha; and Havdalah. Students will be asked to record themselves ‘performing’ texts however their abilities permit, to offer spiritual and/or historical commentary on select texts, and to be actively present in participating during class time.

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Hebrew Seminary

The Hebrew Seminary, founded in 1992, is a pluralistic, egalitarian, inclusive Rabbinical school that trains people as Rabbis and educators to serve all Jewish communities, including the Deaf community. All classes are currently held virtually and are open to Rabbinic students, as well as auditing students from around the world.
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