The Siddur, the Jewish Prayer book, is probably the most important book in Judaism. It is also for many people one of the most frustrating, opaque, and inaccessible ones. We will discuss how the Siddur can be a powerful tool for developing your own sense of spirituality, both in the synagogue and privately.
No knowledge of Hebrew is necessary, just a willingness to rethink certain assumptions of what Jewish prayer can be.
We will meet this Sunday morning, January 22nd, at 11am in the main sanctuary of Adat Shalom Synagogue. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge.