• Adonai S'fatai Tiftach

  • Ahava Raba-V'haeir Eineinu

  • Ahavah rabah

    Ahavah rabah (Mishkan T'filah page 198)
    The blessing which precedes SH’MA on the Divine’s abundant love for us


  • Aleinu

    Aleinu: (Mishkan T'filah page 282-287)
    Final community preyer for solidarity

  • Ashrei

    Ashrei (Mishkan T'filah page 185)
    A Liturgical piyut/poem


  • Avot v’Imahot

    Avot v’Imahot (Mishkan T'filah page 206)
    The first blessing of the Amidah, in gratitude to the Creator for blessing our ancestors


  • Baruch She-amar

    Baruch She-amar (Mishkan T'filah  page 183)
    “Blessed is the One who spoke”: Marks the Beginning of the Peskukei D’zimra

  • Chatzi Kaddish into Bar’chu

    Chatzi Kaddish into Bar’chu (Mishkan T'filah) pg. 194-195
    Sanctification of the Divine’s name and call to worship


  • El Adon

    El Adon (Mishkan T'filah page 196-197)
    Liturgical poem about Creation

  • G’vurot

    G’vurot (Miskhan T'filah page 208)
    The second blessing in the Amidah, the Divine power.


  • Gleelets - Ocho candelikas chorus

  • Gleelets - Ocho candelikas verses

  • Gleelets - One Little Two Little

  • Gleelets - One Little Two Little Harmonies

  • Haftarah Blessings - After

    Haftarah Blessings (Mishkan T'filah page 254)
    After: Mark importance after chanting Haftarah


  • Haftarah Blessings - Before

    Haftarah Blessings (Mishkan T'filah page 254)
    Before: Blessings to mark the importance of chanting Haftarah


  • Hallelu

    Hallelu (Mishkan T'filah page 339)
    This is the final verse in Psalm 150. This meloday is attributes to the Sufi chanting of these words.

  • Kiddush

    Kiddush (Mishkan T'filah - page 5)
    Friday night Shabbat blessing over wine and sanctification of the day

  • L'Cha Dodi

    L'cha Dodi (Mishkan T'filah page 20-21) "Come by Beloved". This is a Piyyut (liturgical poem) with nine verses we chant on Friday evening. This can be sung around your Shabbat table or at Synagogue. The melody is the one used by the community of progressive Jews in Israel from Kehilat Kol Han'shama in Jerusalem.

  • L'Ha-Alot Ner Tamid

    This text is taken form the Book of Shemot ( Exodus) and is the intsruction to the Kohanim to keep the flame of the Ner tmid always rising. We chant this meloday to begin our tefilla every Friday evening. The inspiration from this text is where our Community found their name and how the music, composed by Cantor Greenberg and Leora Perlman, was inspired.

  • Sh'ma

    Sh'ma (Sunday Morning Tune)
    This is the six words of the prayers known as Shema one says every evening and every morning. The tune recorded here is the one we use at our Sunday morning family Tefilla and was written by the Jews of the Abudayan community in Uganda.

  • Shalom Aleichem

    Shalom Aleichen (Mishkan T'filah page 24)
    This is a prayer in which we welcome in the Ministering angels to guide us on our way to pray and on our way home. We chant this prayer on Friday night at home or at Synagogue. The music is written by Israel Goldfarb.

  • This Shabbat Light : Blessing the Shabbat Candles

  • Torah Blessing Closing

    Torah Blessing Closing  (Mishkan T'filah page 250)
    What one chants when called up for an Alliyah after the Torah is chanted


  • Torah Blessing Opening

    Torah Blessing Opening (Mishkan T'filah page 250)
    What one chants when called to Torah as an Aliyah before the Torah is Chanted


  • Torah service

    Torah service (Mishkan T'filah page 244-248)
    Prayers as we rise to experience Torah

  • Tot Shabbat: Hallelu

  • Tot Shabbat: L'cha Dodi

  • Tot Shabbat: Ma Nish Ma? (How Are You?)

  • Tot Shabbat: Ner Tamid

  • Tot Shabbat: Shabbat Is Here

  • Tot Shabbat: Shma

  • Tot Shabbat: Sim Shalom

  • Tot Shabbat: There's A Dinosaur

  • Tot Shabbat: This Shabbat Light Candle Blessing

  • V'ahavta

    V’ahavta (Mishkan T'filah page 201)
    The portion from Torah chanted in cantillation on doing Mitzvot

  • Vayomer Adonai

  • Yotzer Or

    Yotzeir Or (Mishkan T'filah) page 195)
    Blessing of Creation: Marks the Beginning of the Sh’ma Uvirchoteha