There are many wonderful ways to experience services at Temple Israel and enhance Jewish observance at home. For those looking for a musical connection, our website offers Prayer Melodies for both services at the synagogue and religious occasions observed at home. You may be pleasantly surprised to notice that earlier prayer melody offerings have expanded considerably.
- High Holy Day congregational melodies with transliteration and mahzor pages (31 tracks)
- Shabbat Morning congregational melodies (32 tracks)
- More Shabbat Morning melodies including Birkhot HaShahar
- Shabbat Morning Musaf Amidah (complete service of 31 tracks)
- Anim Zemirot (17 tracks)
- Kiddush for Shabbat "morning/afternoon" (refer to track #45)
- Shabbat Friday Evening traditional nusah and variety of melodies
- Kiddush for Shabbat Friday Evening
- Shabbat Friday Evening Mishpacha Minyan melodies that include Rabbi Menachem Creditor and TI member voices
- Birkat HaMazon - Grace after Meals (18 tracks)
- Havdalah Blessings
- Kiddush for Festivals (Passover, Shavuot, Sukkot)
- Hallel Excerpts (chanted on Festivals and Rosh Hodesh)
- Passover Melodies (24 tracks)
- Hanukkah Melodies in Hebrew and English (17 tracks)
- Weekday Evening (T'fillat Ar'vit L'hol) Ma'ariv Service (complete service of 13 tracks)
- Weekday Morning (T'fillat Shaharit L'hol) Service (complete service of 37 tracks)
- Weekday Afternoon (T'fillat Minha L'hol) Service (complete service of 28 tracks)
- Religious School melodies per Education Committee established curriculum (128 tracks)
Stay tuned (literally and figuratively) by periodically visiting the website for additional offerings.
Many thanks to the tech-savvy assistance of Michael Getz, Wendy Abelman, and Josh Spiewak.
Enjoy a harmonious start to a healthy New Year!
Cantor Steven Dress