Resources for Shabbat Morning

The materials on this page are intended to facilitate and enhance your observance of the day of Shabbat at home.  See the PDF Guide, below, for thoughts from the Rabbi on davenning on one's own.

 

 

 

For those who are joining services through Zoom on Shabbat, note that the Zoom stream will open at 6:45PM Friday evening for Kabbalat Shabbat and will remain turned on for those who would like to join at that time or for viewing on Saturday. If you sign on Friday evening and stay signed on for Shabbat morning, remember to turn off your audio and the "energy savings settings" so your computer screen doesn't turn off overnight.  Check the Events Page for service times and links.

Basic Guide to Personal Prayer and Shabbat Morning Solo Prayer

Shabbat Parashat Ekev
Triennial Torah Reading: 
Deuteronomy 9:4-10:11
(P 1042-1048 in Etz Hayim)

Maftir: Deuteronomy 10:2-11
Haftarah: Isaiah 49:14-51:3
(P 1056-1060 in Etz Hayim)

This Week's Parashah

Yartzeits

Commentary

Torah Sparks

Refuah Sh'leimah List 

Updated 

July 26, 2021

Siddur Sim Shalom

 

The Conservative Movement has made e-siddurim that are available for download using the button below. They can be saved in a hard or cloud drive, in the Kindle app (it will ask if you would like to convert it from .PDF to Kindle), Evernote, or your other favorite document app. 

Additional Shabbat Morning Resources

Siddur Sim Shalom Shacharit

Transliteration of Shabbat Morning Services 

(Hebrew in English letters)

Birkat Hagomel

Aliyah Blessing

Prayer for

Health Care Workers

Prayer

for Our Country

Prayer for the State of Israel

Prayer for Peace

Shabbat Afternoon Service

Shabbat Evening Service

Mourners' Kaddish

Recordings for this Week

Make a Joyful Noise - Recordings of Parts of Shabbat Morning Service