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 prayer-and-music

This is our audio archival and catalogue system that can control all of your audio needs. Blessing, Prayers, Mitzvah instruction can all be added here and controlled in one simple backend control.

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a Jewish rite of passage – a way to mark our children’s formal recognition as young adults in the Jewish community. The words Bar/Bat Mitzvah mean “one who is responsible for religious obligations (mitzvot).” Hence, Jewish adulthood is attained by accepting the responsibilities and obligations of living as a Jew.  We know that preparing for Bar/Bat Mitzvah can be an intense and emotional time for families. Please know that we are here to help! Our lay and professional leaders look forward to welcoming your child into Jewish adulthood on this very special day.

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Holidays are a special time to spend in both in prayer and reverence, and in  celebration with friends and family. Here you will find songs, sermons and prayers for holidays, feasts and festivals.
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The language of one's nation, and the language of one's faith are not always the same. In order to appreciate and understand the traditions and rituals that have been handed down from generation to generation, it is important to have educational resources that utilize the spoken word.

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A berakhah (blessing) is a special kind of prayer that is very common in Judaism. Berakhot are recited both as part of the synagogue services and as a response or prerequisite to a wide variety of daily occurrences. Berakhot are easy to recognize: they all start with the word barukh (blessed or praised).

The words barukh and berakhah are both derived from the Hebrew root Beit-Reish-Kaf, meaning "knee," and refer to the practice of showing respect by bending the knee and bowing. See animation at right. There are several places in Jewish liturgy where this gesture is performed, most of them at a time when a berakhah is being recited.

According to Jewish tradition, a person should recite 100 berakhot each day! This is not as difficult as it sounds. Repeating the Shemoneh Esrei three times a day (as all observant Jews do) covers 57 berakhot all by itself, and there are dozens of everyday occurrences that require berakhot.

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Want to hear that again? Here you'll find recordings of special sermons given by your Rabbi. Maybe you just want to listen by yourself, or perhaps a certain sermon really had an impact on you and you would like to share those words and thoughts with others.

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Here you will find audio recordings of entire services from start to finish. Being far away from your congregation no longer means you have to miss the most important services. It is always important to worship with others, and internet audio is, of course, not a replacement for this experience; but it can be a wonderful thing for those who are hospitalized, travelling or unable to attend for any reason.
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Jewish music has enjoyed the cultural diversity of its people for decades. Jewish people who have migrated from all corners of the earth have brought with them the culture, art and music from their origins and have created mash-ups of cultural influences for centuries. In Jewish communities that have a wide spectrum of backgrounds, you are able to find influences like the Jamaican dubstep that influences the Jewish rapper Matisyahu for instance. But you don’t need to look for examples only in the pop world.
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Plays, performances, important speeches and everything in between, you can hear it all again right here in the special events section.
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