Blessing before and after torah reading
- Blessings and Instructions for Getting an Aliyah
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- Torah Aliyah Blessings
Blessings and Instructions for Getting an Aliyah
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Learn Hebrew. Blessings Book with Audio CD. Making Aliyah to the Torah. Great peace have those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble. Each Shabbat a weekly portion from the Torah called a parashah is chanted during morning services.
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In some synagogues it is the custom that the person receiving the Aliyah the Oleh wear a Tallit , even if he normally would not. When it is time for the blessing, the reader will show where the Torah reading begins and ends. Touch the beginning and end of the Torah reading with the corner of your Tallit or the Torah's sash and kiss it. Close the Torah, hold both handles, turn the head slightly to the right and say:. Transliteration : Boruch atoh ado-noy elo-haynu melech ho-olom, asher bochar bonu mikol ha-amim, v' nosan lonu es toroso.
Baruch atah, Adonai, notein haTorah. Blessed is Adonai who is blessed now and forever. - Working with this trainer really made a wonderful difference. So I sound like an advertisement better that than faint.
Torah Aliyah Blessings
The practices outlined here are the same during Shabbat , Festivals and all weekday Torah services. Women are encouraged but not required to cover their heads in the Sanctuary or in the Chapel, so if you are going to be called for an Aliyah , please make sure you have a kipah or a lace head covering. Please put the head covering on before you are called up. For your convenience, head coverings and hair pins are available at the entrance of the Sanctuary or the Chapel. According to tradition, the congregation should be able to clearly hear the recitation of these blessings, thus we ask that you practice reading the blessing in advance so you can do it to the best of your ability.
eloheinu melech ha-olam, asher ba-char-banu mee-kol ha-a-mim, v'natan lanu et torato. Baruch atta Adonai, notein hatorah. After reading the Torah, you say.
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