From our collaborator Reuven Brauner, here's a new item called, "A FEW CONCISE GUIDELINES REGARDING PUBLIC PRAYER AND THE SHALIACH TZIBUR."

The editor informs us that,
The impetus for writing this monograph came from a long-time observation that most worshippers and, by extention Shalechei Tzibur, are either generally unaware of certain basic Laws regarding Public Prayer and Conduct in the Synagogue or simply lax in their proper observance. As such, I felt that there is a need to refresh in the minds of the general public certain fundamental regulations in these areas.

I have chosen to translate the prefatory pages relating to these matters from the classic Siddur Avodas Yisroel by Dr. Seligmann Baer, published in Rödelheim in 1868. His summary is terse, yet comprehensive, and very closely aligned with the accepted Halochoh. Although, in those instances where there is a difference from commonly accepted practice and custom, I have tried to augment his text with instructions found in the popular Siddur Tefilas Kol Peh (TKP, Shaliach Tzibur edition, published by Eshkol, Jerusalem, and which was prepared in accordance with the Mishne Berura) and other sources.

The subjects covered below have been organized as follows:

• Laws of Going to the בית הכנסת
• General Laws of Prayer
• Laws of אמן
• Laws of קדיש
• Guidelines for the שליח ציבור

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this pdf. My 16-year-old son is getting involved in being shaliach tzibbur in our bet knesset and this will be very useful for him.