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Instructional Videos for Prayer Services
British Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks hosts these short instructional videos that show how to perform various prayers and rituals. Featuring Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov.
A Synagogue Guide
The detailed laws and reasons for the Torah Reading Service in the synagogue.
A virtual tour across five continents
Video | 14:46
Infinite Wisdom
The Torah... A Mitzvah that Unifies and Informs
G-d, who formed and created man and all that exists, shares His wisdom, understanding and knowledge with us through the Torah, enabling us to maximize our potential and fulfill our life's purpose.
Video | 5:17
Writing the Torah
The last commandment of the Torah is to write one’s own Sefer Torah. Today this is commonly done through buying a letter, chapter or portion in a joint Sefer Torah. It is written by a scribe who is specially ordained to write, and its laws are meticulous.
Creating A Home for the First Sefer Torah in the State of Florida
The historical completion of the first sefer Torah ever written -- in its entirety -- in the state of Florida ...with a personal statement from Governor Jeb Bush of Florida
Video | 5:44
Kaddish
Prayer for the Deceased
Children recite Kaddish for their loved ones’ departed soul. What is the meaning of Kaddish and how, when and why is Kaddish recited?
Video | 2:35
Prayer
Rabbi Kadoozy answers a question about prayer and Jono asks G-d to write his term paper.
Video | 2:37
A Word from Jono
Jonathan finds out that the Siddur is AWESOME!!
Video | 5:37
The Cantor
The Chazzan
Most prayers are led by a member of the congregation who serves as chazzan or canter. The congregation follows the leader for the duration of the prayer service.
Video | 6:33
Tefillin
The Tefillin are our connection to G-d, as we submit the thoughts in our mind and the emotions in our heart to G-d.
A Constant Reminder
Explore the significance of the ritually fringed four-cornered garment.
Itche and Jono try to build up the congregation by helping a guy fulfill his pledge to pray with a group of ten.
Rabbi Kadoozy struggles to find enough people for a Minyan.
Rabbi Kadoozy has to find a tenth guy for a Minyan.
The concept of prayer seems paradoxical: asking G-d, who is infinite and all knowing, to grant us our puny needs and desires?
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