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Prayers for various occasions: Grace after meals, blessings, prayers to be recited at the gravesite of the righteous and more

Jewish Prayers

Jewish Prayers

Selected prayers for various occasions: Grace after meals, blessings, prayers to be recited at the gravesite of the righteous and more

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Listen to a selection of prayers, Grace after Meals, Shabbat hymns, and more
Listen to a selection of prayers, Grace after Meals, Shabbat hymns, and more
Listen to selected prayers and blessings being chanted and sung
Starting Off Right!
The Modeh Ani, the blessing recited upon ritually washing the hands, and the preface to the morning prayers.
Standing Before G-d
Standing Before G-d
The centerpiece of the three daily weekday prayers, wherein we beseech G-d for all our personal and communal needs.
"The Master of the World, Who Always Ruled, Always Will..."
A beautiful prayer recited beore the morning services, and, in many communities, at the conclusion of the morning prayers too.
Thanks to the One Who Provided
Thanks to the One Who Provided
The English and Hebrew texts for the Grace After Meals (birkat hamazon), and the other blessings recited after eating food.
Printable Shabbat texts, such as Shalom Aleichem, Ayshet Chail, Kiddush, Zemirot, Grace after Meals, and Havdallah.
Selected Psalms traditionally recited on behalf of the sick
Selected Psalms traditionally recited on behalf of the sick
For time immemorial, whenever Jews found themselves in difficult situations, whether individually or communally, they would open up the Book of Psalms and use King David’s ageless poetic praises and supplications to beseech G-d for mercy...
The Prayer for a Safe Journey
"May it be Your will, G-d, our G-d and the G-d of our fathers, that You should lead us in peace and direct our steps in peace..."
For Nissan 1–13
For Nissan 1–13
Each of the first twelve days of Nissan, one of the tribal leaders, the “nasi,” offered inaugural sacrifices in the Tabernacle. We recite the section which describes the sacrifices of that day’s nasi. On the thirteenth of Nissan we read about the kindling of the menorah—the contribution of the tribe of Levi.
King David's Songs and Praises
King David's Songs and Praises
Tehillim is recited by Jewish people collectively and individually, as the desire occurs to offer praise and thanksgiving to G-d; or alternatively, in times of crisis and need, as a form of supplication, and even as a venue to express regret for sin.
An English rendition of the prayers to be said at the graveside of the righteous.
An English rendition of the prayers to be said at the graveside of the righteous.
This edition follows the custom established by the second Rebbe of Lubavitch, Rabbi DovBer, to be recited at the gravesite of his father, Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad-Lubavitch.
Hebrew Edition (PDF)
A series of Selichot ("supplication") prayers, recited in preparation for the "Days of Awe" of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

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Transliterated and Translated in English
The blessing and verses recited when putting on a tallis: in Hebrew together with the English transliteration and translation.
Prayers for people in need of healing, new mothers, babies and others