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Siddur Lev Shalem

There will be a new siddur in the pews in February 2022. A team headed by Ritual VP Marc Machbitz evaluated several possibilities and recommended that we replace our existing Sim Shalom siddur with the Lev Shalem siddur. Rabbi Zelony and the Executive team ratified the siddur team's recommendation and the initial order has being placed.

The Lev Shalem siddur was produced by the same Rabbinical Assembly team and is similar in format to the Lev Shalem Machzor that we already use on the High Holidays. The Lev Shalem siddur does not include weekday services, so we will still use our existing Sim Shalom siddur for morning minyans.

Members are invited to purchase one for personal use, or to buy one for the synagogue which can include a dedication plaque for someone. 

For a preview, visit https://cbt.news/levshelempreview.

 

You may purchase a siddur for your personal use and/or donate one to the synagogue. Donated siddurs may include a dedication plaque on the inside cover if you so choose.

If you wish to donation more than one (1) siddur to the synagogue with a dedication included, please separate the dedications with numbered parenthesis, i.e. (1) dedication text; (2) dedication text; (3) dedication text; so that we can easily distinguish between the dedication plaque text per book. 


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Sat, December 4 2021 30 Kislev 5782