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Alenu (ah-lay-noo; Ashkenazit: aw-lay-noo) — Prayer following the amida, acknowledging G-d’s kingship
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Yom Kippur: Prayers
Yom Kippur: Bowing for Musaf Alenu
For how to bow at Yom Kippur Musaf Alenu, see Waist-Bowing and...
Alenu
When To Say Alenu
There is no time limit on when alenu may be said. Alenu should be...
Alenu
Who Should Say Alenu
Any Jew who happens to be in a synagogue should say alenu with the...
Introduction to Avinu Malkeinu to Psalms
Introduction to Avinu Malkeinu to Psalms
It was not traditional for women or girls to say any of...
Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Here is a typical order of waking/morning prayers for weekdays (many...
Psalm 27/L'David Adonai Ori V'Yish'i
When To Say Psalm 27/L'David Adonai Ori V'Yish'i
Begin saying L'David Adonai ori v'yish'i (Psalm 27) on the...
Rosh Hashana: End
Rosh Hashana: End: Baruch HaMavdil Bein Kodesh L'Chol and Birkat HaMazon
Saying Baruch ha’mavdil bein kodesh l’chol after dark at...
SIDDUR GUIDE: How To Pray in Synagogue
Introduction to How To Pray in Synagogue
The synagogue ( shul ) prayer service may confuse the unfamiliar....
When To Pause or Join Minyan
When To Pause or Join Minyan: General Prayer Services
Here is when to pause or join the minyan during general prayer...
Set Prayers: Ma'ariv
When To Say Ma'ariv Psalm 27
Say Psalm 27 after alenu during Elul and most of Tishrei ....
How To Pray: Actions: Bowing: Direction
When To Bow toward Jerusalem
Normally, when saying the amida , or bowing at any other prayers such...
How To Pray: Actions: Bowing: Two Main Types
Waist-Bowing and Knee-Bowing
There are two main types of bowing during the prayer services: ...

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