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01:50 Zichrono Livracha- May his memory be for a blessing. Traditionally said after invoking someone who has passed away.
04:40 Ramah Sports Academy
05:13 My People’s Prayer Book by Rabbi Lawrence Hoffman
05:58 HUC- Hebrew Union College, the Reform movement’s college for Cantorial, Rabbinical, and Educational studies
08:50 Shaliach Tzibbur- Emissary of the Congregation. The Hebrew phrase for “prayer leader.”
08:58 Davening Shacharit
Davening- yiddish word for praying, often refers to a particular style of praying which
includes saying all the words of the liturgy in a meditative way and moving the body
14:44 Mordachai Kaplan– founder of Reconstructionist Judaism
16:09 anti semitism
16:46 Eugene Borowitz
18:18 URJ Kutz Camp
The Reform movement camp for leadership development, which closed in 2019.
19:29 Union Prayer Book
20:25 Meri Arian
21:09 Da lifnei mi atah omed- know before whom you stand
From the Talmud Brachot 28b
21:47 shochet and the laws of kosher slaughter
22:23 There are many different ways for people to pray
22:47 CCAR: Central Conference of American Rabbis
The Reform movement’s Rabbinical association
Prayer as an aesthetic experience
25:49 havdalah – the prayer that ends Shabbat and welcomes the week
26:56 The Sovereign Self: Jewish Identity in Post-Modern America by Arnie Eisen and Steven Cohen
30:45 Prayer as means of identification/ identity formation
The diary of the Jewish people
40:04 Prayer as an Aesthetic Experience
42:25 Minhag Ami- My people’s prayerbook
Mishkan T’fillah– Reform Prayerbook
42:50 Halacha: The Laws of Jewish Life
44:21 “I’m a prayerbook myself” story
48:21 Jewish Lights Publishing
Stuart Matlins founder of Jewish lights
49:02 Tachanun: The Daily Prayer Asking for Forgiveness
51:58 Machzor: The High Holiday Prayer Book
54:41 Just because the leaders of the service love it, doesn’t mean everyone else will too
(just because you love it, not everyone else will)
1:00:00 How can we involve people in the Jewish conversation?
1:04:23 So much hope- the future is bright indeed!