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Mincha for Erev Shabbat & Erev Yom Tov Friday
Hodu, Patach Eliyahu 148
Korbanot, Ashrei, Amidah, (no tachanun), Psalm 27, Aleinu, Al Tira 99
Light Candles 152
End the blessing with “Shel Shabbat V’shel Yom Tov.” Then “Shehechyanu.”
Kabbalat Shabbat
Mizmor Ledavid, Lecha Dodi, Mizmor Shir L’yom Ha-Shabbat, Kegavna 156
Maariv For Shabbat & Yom Tov
ולומר “And say:” (in place of Borchu with a minyan) bottom 160 (grey box)
Shema Yisrael with blessings 162
Amidah for Yom Tov & Shabbat (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 331
ויכולו “The heavens and the earth” (say first and third paragraph only) 172
מזמור לדוד Psalm 23 173
עלינו Aleinu, Al Tira 174
Kiddush For Shabbat & Yom Tov
Shalom Aleichem, Eshet Chayil, etc. (say quietly) 176–178
Kiddush 329
Start at Yom Hashishi. Say Leisheiv BaSukkah before Shehechiyanu.
Shacharit For Shabbat & Yom Tov Saturday
Morning Blessings, Korbanot 5–26
Hodu, Pesukei D’zimra, Shema with Blessings (say Shabbat version, grey box) 181–210
Amidah for Yom Tov & Shabbat (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 331
Full Hallel (No Lulav or Hoshanot on Shabbat) 307
Song of the Day 218
Psalm 27 220
Torah Reading for first day 471–473
Haftarah for first day 473–474
Musaf for Shabbat & Yom Tov
Yekum Pirkan (first paragraph only) 230
Ashrei 232
Amidah (with insertions for Shabbat and the first day of Sukkot) 339
Ein Kelokeinu, Aleinu, Al Tira, Six Remembrances 242–247
Tehillim for the 15th of the month
Kiddush for Shabbat & Sukkot Day
Mizmor L’David, etc. (said quietly) 248
Kiddush 357
Say “Leisheiv BaSukkah” before drinking the wine. Those who heard the kiddush can make their own “leisheiv baSukkah” after ha-motzi.
Mincha for Shabbat & Yom Tov
Korbanot 250
Ashrei, Uva L’Tzion 253–255
V’ani Tefilati top of 256
Torah Reading 563
Amidah for Shabbat and Yom Tov (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 331
Psalm 27, Aleinu, Al Tira 267–269
Maariv for Second Day Sukkot
שיר “A song of ascents…” 161
Shema Yisrael with blessings 162–165
Amidah for Yom Tov (include Vatodeyanu, grey box pg. 333) 331
Aleinu, Al Tira 174
Candle-Lighting & Kiddush for Yom Tov & Havdalah For Shabbat
Light Candles 152
End the blessing with “Shel Shabbat V’shel Yom Tov.” Then “Shehechyanu.”
Kiddush (Begin with “savri maranan”) 329
Include the blessing on fire and the havdalah in the grey box. 
Tonight we say “Leisheiv Ba-Sukkah” after “Shehechyanu.” Those who heard the kiddush can make their own “leisheiv baSukkah” after ha-motzi.
Shacharit for the Second Day of Sukkot Sunday
Morning Blessings, Korbanot 5–26
Hodu, Pesukei D’zimra, Shema with Blessings (say weekday version, grey box) 181–210
Amidah for Yom Tov 331
Blessing on Lulav (If you haven’t done so earlier today). Shehechiyanu. 306
Full Hallel with Lulav 307
Best to say Hallel with Arba Minim in a Sukkah.
Hoshanot 368 – 369
We say the first set of Hoshanot to make up for Shabbat, but we don’t circle until we say the second set. You can circle a table instead of the bimah.
Conclude Hoshanot 374 – top 375
Song of the Day 71
Psalm 27 76
Torah Reading for the second day (same as yesterday) 471–473
Haftarah for second day 474
Musaf for Sukkot
Ashrei 232
Amidah (with insertions the second day of Sukkot) 339
Ein Kelokeinu, Aleinu, Al Tira, Six Remembrances 242–247
Tehillim for the 16th of the month
Kiddush For Yom Tov Day
Kiddush 357
Mincha for Yom Tov
Korbanot 250
Ashrei, Uva L’Tzion 253–255
Amidah for Yom Tov 331
Psalm 27, Aleinu, Al Tira 267–269
Conclusion of Yom Tov
Maariv (include Atta Chonantanu & Ya’aleh V’yavo for Sukkot) 118
Havdalah 296
Only wine—no candle or spices.
Shacharit Chol Hamoed—Monday through Thursday
Shacharit (add Ya’aleh V’yavo in Amidah) 5–44
Full Hallel with Lulav (best done in a Sukkah) 307
Hoshanot (follow instructions for each day) 368
Torah Reading (see instructions for each day) 474
Ashrei, Uva L’Tzion (skip Lamnatzeach) 66–68
Musaf (follow instructions for insertions for each day) 339
Ein Kelokeinu, Aleinu, Al Tira, Six Remembrances 78–84
Tehillim for the day of the month
Hoshana Rabba, Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah—stay tuned.