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Anticipating the New Reform Movement Prayer Book

The New York Times reported on Mishkan Tefilah, the new Reform Movement prayerbook due out later this fall. In the article In New Prayer Book, Signs of Broad Change (September 3, 2007) we learn that “The nation’s largest Jewish movement is preparing to adopt a new prayer book intended to offer something for everyone, including people who do not believe in God.”

While that may be a bit of overstatement, this new prayerbook does seem to have been constructed to provide a meaningful experience for all who come to the synagogue during services. Having used an early draft version for more than a year and a half, Congregation Or Ami is greatly anticipating the arrival of the new prayerbook.

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