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Kislev




Minhah eve of Hanukah

  • Regular without Tahanunim

Hanukah


'Arbit

  • Regular, before the 'Amidah announce: "Omerim 'al Hanissim"
  • After Kaddish Titkabbal, the Hazzan lights the Hanukah placed on the south wall. He recites the three berakhot as on p. 363. Followed by "Hanerot Hallalu." Psalm 30 is recited while the Hazzan returns to the Tebah.

Shahrit of Hanukah

  • Regular. On p. 32 the first verse of Psalm 30 is recited.
  • The shirah is sung.
  • In the 'Amidah we add 'Al Hanissim.
  • after the Hazara, we recited immediately the full Hallel followed by Kaddish Le'ela.
  • The Sefer Torah is taken out as on regular weekdays and we read from Parashat Naso.
  • Three persons are called to the Torah.
  • After the Torah, Kaddish.
  • Recite Ashre and Uba Letsion followed by Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • After we return the Sefer Torah, the Hazan, Parnas and Accompagan remain in front of the open Hekhal and we recite psalm 30 followed by Kaddish.
  • The Hazan then starts Kaveh El Amonai while returning to the Tebah.
  • En Kelohenu is chanted to the special Hanukah melody.
  • The rest of the service is as usual.

Minhah of Hanukah
  • Regular without Pitum Haketoret.
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Amidah

Arbit of Hanukah
  • Regular
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Amidah
  • Light the Menorah after Kaddish Titkabbal.

SHABBAT AND HANUKAH


Minhah eve of Shabbat and Hanukah
  • Regular as every Friday.
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Amidah
  • At the conclusion of Minhah, the Hazzan goes to the Menorah and lights it. The choir will chant the responses. He recites Psalm 30 on the way back to the Tebah.

Shabbat eve and Hanukah
  • The next Hazzan announces the Mitzvot for the Zemirot and Haftarah.
  • Kabbalat Shabbat and Arbit are regular except that the Kaddish is a special Hanukah melody.
  • We announce "Omerim Al Hanissim" before the Amidah.
  • The Yigdal is not to the special Hanukah melody.

Shahrit Shel Shabbat and Hanukah
  • Zemirot are started with "Tehillat" to the special Hanuka tune.
  • "Amonai Melekh" is chanted to the special Hanukah tune also.
  • The 1st half of the Kaddish preceding Barekhu in special Hanukah melody is introduced from "Haboher Beshire.” The 2nd half is in the Festive melody.
  • The rest as regular Shabbat.
  • In the Amidah we include Al Hanissim.
  • After the 'Amidah we start the FULL Hallel with LiGHmor et Hahallel. The melodies of Hallel are both the special Hanukah melody and the festive melody.
  • After the Hallel, Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • Sefer Torah
    • Two Sifre Torah:
      • a- Mikkets or Vayyesheb.
      • b- Maftir is the day of Hanukkah.
    • Recite the Kaddish after each Sefer Torah.
    • At the end of Mashlim and before the Mi Sheberakh, recite the Kaddish.
    • While the 2nd Sefer Torah is placed on the reader's desk and while the 1st one is removed, we sing "Elokim Tseba-ot."
    • Recite the Kaddish after the 2nd Sefer Torah and "En Ka-el Yeshurun" while the 2nd Sefer Torah is removed.
  • Yehi Hasdekha by the next Hazzan.
  • Sifre Torahs are returned, as usual.

Mussaf
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Mussaf
  • En Kelohenu melody is special to Hanukah
  • Adon Olam's melody is festive.

Minhah of Shabbat and Hanukah
  • Minhah is as indicated in book.
  • We recite al Hanissim in the Amida.
  • no Hashkabot, no Tsidkatekha and no Pessukim.

Arbit Motsae Shabbat and Hanukah
  • Regular, include Al Hanissim in the Amidah.
  • After the Amidah say Yehi Shem, Kaddish, Shubah, Veata Kaddosh and Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • The Hazzan then lights the Hanukkah Menorah as on other days.
  • After he comes back to the Tebah, he recites the Habdalla.
  • the rest is regular.

SHABBAT AND HANUKAH AND ROSH HODESH


Minhah eve of Shabbat and Hanukah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Regular as every Friday.
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Amidah
  • At the conclusion of Minhah, the Hazzan goes to the Menorah and lights it. The choir will chant the responses. He recites Psalm 30 on the way back to the Tebah.

Shabbat eve and Hanukah and Rosh Hodesh
  • The next Hazzan announces the Mitzvot for the Zemirot and Haftarah.
  • Kabbalat Shabbat and Arbit are regular except that the Kaddish is a special Hanukah melody.
  • We announce "Omerim Ya'aleh Veyabo and Al Hanissim" before the Amidah.
  • The Yigdal is not to the special Hanukah melody.

Shahrit Shel Shabbat and Hanukah and Rosh Hodesh
  • If it is Rosh Hodesh therefore it is the 1st day and we recite the Perpetual Hashcabot half an hour earlier before services.
  • Zemirot are started with "Tehillat" to the special Hanuka tune.
  • "Amonai Melekh" is chanted to the special Hanukkah tune also.
  • The 1st half of the Kaddish preceding Barekhu in special Hanukkah melody is introduced from "Haboher Beshire." The 2nd half is in the Festive melody.
  • The rest as regular Shabbat.
  • In the Amidah we include Ya'aleh Veyaboh and Al Hanissim.
  • After the 'Amidah we start the FULL Hallel with Lighmor et Hahallel. The melodies of Hallel are both the special Hanukkah melody and the festive melody.
  • After the Hallel, Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • Sefer Torah for Shabbat Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
    • Three Sifre Torah:
      • a- Mikkets or Vayyesheb. (Samukh is 6th and 7th combined)
      • b- Rosh Hodesh (Ubyom HaShabbat) is Mashlim.
      • c- Maftir is the day of Hanukkah.
    • Recite the Kaddish after 2nd and 3rd Sifre Torah only.
    • At the end of Mashlim and before the Mi Sheberakh, recite the Kaddish.
    • The 2nd Sefer Torah (Rosh Hodesh) is placed without removing the 1st one.
    • While the 3rd Sefer Torah is placed on the reader's desk and while the 1st two are removed, we sing "Elokim Tseba-ot."
    • Recite the Kaddish after the 3rd Sefer Torah and "En Ka-el Yeshurun" while the 3rd Sefer Torah is removed.
  • The Haftarah is the one for Shabbat and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Yehi Hasdekha by the next Hazzan.
  • Sifre Torahs are returned, as usual.

Mussaf of Shabbat and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Mussaf of Rosh Hodesh.
  • En Kelohenu melody's is to the special Hanukah one.
  • Adon Olam's melody is festive.

Minhah of Shabbat and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Minhah is as indicated in the book.
  • We recite al Hanissim and Ya'aleh Veyaboh in the Amida.
  • no Hashkabot, no Tsidkatekha and no Pessukim.

Arbit Motsae Shabbat and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Regular, include Al Hanissim in the Amidah.
  • After the Amidah say Yehi Shem, Kaddish, Shubah, Veata Kaddosh and Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • The Hazzan then lights the Hanukkah Menorah as on other days.
  • After he comes back to the Tebah, he recites the Habdalla.
  • the rest is regular.

Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh

Minhah eve of Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh

  • Regular as on Hanukkah.

'Arbit of Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • We start with psalm 104, Barekhi Nafshi.
  • Regular, before the 'Amidah announce: "Ya'aleh Veyaboh" and "Omerim 'al Hanissim"
  • After Kaddish Titkabbal, the Hazzan lights the Hanukah placed on the south wall. He recites the two berakhot as on p. 363. followed by "Hanerot Hallalu." Psalm 30 is recited while the Hazzan returns to the Tebah.

Shahrit of Hanukkah
  • On the 1st day of Rosh Hodesh we recite the Perpetual Hashcabot half an hour earlier before services or earlier if needed.
  • Regular. On p. 32 the first verse of Psalm 30 is recited.
  • The shirah is sung.
  • In the 'Amidah we add Ya'aleh Veyaboh and 'Al Hanissim.
  • after the Hazara, we recited immediately the full Hallel followed by Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • Sefer Torah
    • Two Sifre Torah are taken out and we read first from Rosh Hodesh and from the 2nd from Parashat Naso.
    • Three persons are called to the 1st Torah.
    • The fourth reads from Naso.
    • After the 2nd Torah, Kaddish Le'elah.
  • Recite Ashre and Uba Letsion. (No Kaddish at this point).
  • We then remove the Tephillin and start Musaf of Rosh Hodesh and including "al Hanissim."
  • After Musaf the Hazzan recites Kaddish Titkabbal.
  • We then read psalm 104, Barekhi Nafshi followed by psalm 30, Mizmor shir Hanukat Habayit.
  • The Hazan then recites Kaddish Yehe Shealmah. The Hazzan then starts Kaveh El Amonai.
  • En Kelohenu is chanted to the special Hanukkah melody.
  • The rest of the service is as usual.

Minhah of Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
  • Regular without Pitum Haketoret.
  • Include "Ya'aleh Veyaboh" and "Al Hanissim" in the Amidah Arbit of A Hanukkah:
  • Regular
  • Include Al Hanissim in the Amidah
  • Light the Menorah after Kaddish Titkabbal.

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