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Times for Prayer

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The best time to watch birds is in the morning. In fact, the more closely you adhere to the optimal schedule of Jewish devotion, the more certain you are to miss the most beautiful aspect of watching the birds, and that is... listening to them.
And G-d spoke suddenly to Moses, Aaron and Miriam…And He called to Aaron and Miriam… If there be a prophet among you, I G-d make Myself known to him in a vision, and speak to him in a dream. Not so is it with Moses my servant… Face to face I speak with hi...
Discover how Jews pray, when Jews pray, and the meaning of Jewish prayers.
Print a monthly chart of all zmanim - halachic times for display on a wall.
Explanatory notes on the formulas, algorithms and rules used in calculation and display of the halachic times.
Endorsements for the algorithms used for zmanim (halachic times) used…
The Human TempleThe Temple contained two altars: the Copper Altar, situated in the Temple courtyard, and the Golden Altar, located in the Temple’s sanctuary, which was used for offering the daily incense. The Jewish body and soul is today’s Temple of G-d;...
Night Prayers While The Sun Is Shining?!In the summer months, many synagogues elect to pray the Maariv (evening) prayer before nightfall. Similarly, these communities usher in the Shabbat on Friday afternoon well before the stars appear in the heaven. By ...
Many observances in Jewish law are performed at specific times during the day. The calculation of these halachic times, known as zmanim (Hebrew for “times”), depends on the various astronomical phenomena of the day for the specific locale. Sunrise, sunset...
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