Saturday, March 21st, 9:15 a.m.
By the time you’re ready for Shacharit, we will be too! Members of Kol Zimrah are preparing to have a video that you’ll be able to enjoy. Check back on Saturday morning and join us virtually.
Our regular Kol Zimrah
Please join us in our parallel Shabbat service. We will do the beginning part of the morning service and will start promptly at 9:15 a.m. in the Goodman Chapel. We will then join the rest of the congregation in the Ohel Aharon (our main sanctuary) at 10:15 a.m. for the Torah service.
We have created a service that is more musical, experiential and spiritual. We have added brief descriptions of the prayers, uplifting melodies, and short meditations. This service is meant to be participatory. If you would like to learn some of the melodies in advance, you can find them below.
Please note that the traditional Shabbat morning service will still take place at 9:30 a.m. in the Ohel Aharon.
We so hope you will join us in this alternative approach to prayer and connection at Tifereth Israel. Invite anyone you think would be interested.
Modeh/ah ani l’fanecha melech chai V’kayam
Sh’hechezarta bi nishmati b’chemla, raba emnunatecha
Barukh sheamar v’haya olam, barukh hu.
Barukh oseh v’reishit,
Barukh omer v’oseh,
Barukh gozeir u’m’kaiyem,
Barukh m’racheim al ha’aretz,
Barukh m’rachem al habriyot,
Barukh m’shalem sakhar tov lirei’av,
Barukh chai la’ak v’kayam lanetzach, barukh sh’mo.
Barukh pode u’matzil, barukh sh’mo.
Hodu Ladnoai Ki tov, ki l’olam chasdo.
Psalm 150 – Halleluyah
Hallelu el b’kodsho, halleleluhu birkiya uzo
Halleluhu bigvurotav, halleluhu k’rov gudlo
Halleluhu b’teika shofar, halleluhu b’neivel v’khinor
Halleluhu b’tof u’machol, halleuhu b’minim v’ugav
Halleluhu v’tzil’tz’lei shama, halleluhu b’tzil’tz’lei tru’ah
Kol han’shama t’hallel ya, Halleluyah
N’kadmah N’kadmah fanav b’toda
Bizmirot nari-ah lo.
Shir u’shvakha, hallel v’zimra, oz umemshala, nezakh
Gedula ugvurah, tehilah u’tiferet kedusha u’malkhut
Brakhot v’hodaot meiatah ve’ad olam
All our praise we sing unto you
Ahava Rabah (x3)
How deeply you have loved us (x3) Adonai Eloheinu
Click here for a video of this song.
Oseh Shalom Bimromav,
Hu Ya-aseh shalom aleinu
V’al Kol Yisroel
V’al Kol Yoshvei Teivel