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Everything in the Talmudic literature that is not of a legal nature.
Main prayer in each Jewish service consisting of 19 blessings. Also referred to as the Shemonah Esrei.
Service (of G-d), currently applied to prayer, previously referring to sacrificial offerings in the temple.
Booklet containing the Grace After Meals.
Mystical teachings of the Torah presented in a manner that is understandable.
5 Books of Moses, name comes from the Hebrew root word, meaning five.
Explanations on the mishna; written in Aramaic.
Readings from the Prophets, corresponding to the Torah section. Read in the synagogue on the Sabbath.
The Name used when referring to G-d in a mundane manner.
Teachings of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov, taught by his disciples, focusing on love of one's fellow, from which one can aspire to love the Creator.
Separation - ceremony following the end of Sabbath separating the holy from the weekday.
Mystical teachings that deal with the ideas of creation and concepts of a spiritual nature.
Prayers of sanctification that separate portions of the prayer service. Can include, Reader's Kaddish, Half-Kaddish, Rabbi's Kaddish, and Mourner's Kaddish.
Section of the written Torah including Megillot, Psalms, and Chronicles.
Litzur Shulchan Aruch
A user friendly, condensed version of the wealth of Jewish legal literature.
Evening prayers established by our forefather Jacob.
The last section of the Torah reading in the synagogue each Sabbath.
Explains biblical text from the ethical and devotional point of view.
Small parchment scroll of Torah verses affixed to doorposts. (
Afternoon prayers established by our forefather Isaac.
(pl. Mishnayot) Main source of the Oral Torah, later compiled into six volumes by Rabbi Judah the Prince.
Maimonides' masterpiece, in which he codifies Jewish law in four volumes.
Written by Rabbi Israel Meir Hakohen (1832-1932). Known for his most widely known work the Chofetz Chaim, is a six volume commentary on the part of the Shulchan Aruch, called Or Hachayim.
(pl. mitzvot) divine commandment.
(Messiah) Leader of the Jewish People, from the lineage of King David, who will gather the exiled, build the third holy temple, and teach Torah to the Jewish People. Jews await his coming daily.
Deals with Jewish mystical concepts related to Kabbalah.
Order of prayer in the prayer book according to different customs.
Similar to Nusach Sefard, followed by Lubavitch and other Chassidum.
Followed by most European Jews.
Followed by Jews from the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions.
Weekly portion of the Torah divided into seven sections corresponding to each day of the week.
5 Books of Moses; comes from the Latin root word meaning "five".
Chapters of the Fathers; portion of the Mishna dealing with ethical Jewish behavior.
A fundamental belief in Judaism, that along with the coming of the Messiah, all souls will come back to life.
Home service held on Passover.
Penitential prayers usually said in the days before the holiday of Yom Kippur.
Morning prayers established by our forefather Abraham.
Prayer affirming a Jewish belief in One G-d.
A prayer consisting of 19 blessings comprising the body of Jewish prayer, Amidah.
Rams horn, blown on the Jewish New Year. The blowing of the shofar will herald the coming of the messiah.
The seventh day of the week on which G-d rested from His creation of the world.
(pl. siddurim) Prayer book.
A combination of the Mishna and the Gemara.
Compiled by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi. Discusses the makeup of a person via their spiritual life force.
The five books of Moses; the whole body of Judaism's religious ethical literature.
Ritual strings placed on four cornered garments, as a reminder of the 613 commandments.
Authored by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, contains esoteric secrets of the Torah.
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