1 Shabbat Korah Friday, June 26, 2020 Opening Song: Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu Od yavo shalom aleinu v al kulam. Salaam, aleinu v al kol haolam, Salaam, salaam. Peace will surely come to us, to everyone. Salaam, for us and for the entire world. Candle Blessing - Hadlikat Neirot Baruch ata Adonai Eloheinu melech ha-olam, asher kid'shanu b'mitzvotav, v'tzivanu l'hadlik ner shel Shabbat Praised be our Eternal God, Ruler of the universe: You hallow us with Mitzvot, and command us to kindle the lights of Shabbat. Kiddush Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha-olam, borei p ri ha gafen. Amen. Baruch a-ta Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha-olam, a-sher ki-de-sha-nu b mitz-vo-tav ve-ratsa vanu, v shabbat kod-sho b a-ha-va u ve-ratson hin-chi lanu, zi-karon le-ma-ah-sei v reit-shit. Ki hu yom t chi-la, le-mikra-ei ko-desh ze-cher l tsi-at Mits-ra-yim. Ki va-nu va-char-ta v o-ta-nu ki-dash-ta mi-kol ha-a-mim. V shab-bat kod-she-cha be-a-hava u ve-ra-tson hin-chal-ta-nu Baruch atah Adonai, m ka-deish ha Shabbat. Amen. Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Ruler of the universe, who creates the fruit of the vine. We praise You Adonai our God, Ruler of the Universe, who hallows us with mitzvot and favors us with the holy Shabbat, lovingly and graciously bestowed upon us, a memorial of the act of creation, first of the holy assemblies, a remembrance of the going forth from Egypt. You have chosen us and hallowed us from among all peoples, by lovingly and graciously bestowing upon us Your holy Sabbath. We praise You, O God, who sanctifies Shabbat.
2 Hal lu Yah [Psalm 150] Hal lu El b kodsho, Hal luhu bir kia uzo. Hal luhu big vurotav, Hal luhu k rov gudlo. Hal luhu b teika shofar, Hal luhu b neivel v chinor. Hal luhu b tof umachol, Hal luhu b minim v ugav. Hal luhu b tziltz lei shama, Hal luhu b tziltz lei t ruah. Kol han shama t haleil Yah, Hal lu Yah! Hallelujah! Praise God in God s sanctuary; Praise God in the sky, God s stronghold. Praise God for mighty acts; Praise God for God s exceeding greatness. Praise God with blasts of the horn; Praise God with harp and lyre. Praise God with timbrel and dance; Praise God with lute and pipe. Praise God with resounding cymbals; Praise God with loud-clasing cymbals. Let all that breathes praise Adonai, Hallelujah! L cha Dodi Welcoming the Sabbath Bride L cha Dodi likrat kalah, p nei Shabbat n kab lah Shamor v zachor b dibur echad, hishmi-anu El ham yuchad. Adonai echad u shmo echad. L shem u ltiferet v lit hila. Lecha Likrat Shabbat l chu v neilcha, ki hi m kor hab rachah, meirosh mikedem n suchah, sof maaseh b machashava t chilah. Lecha Hitor ri, hitor ri, ki va oreich, kumi ori, uri uri shir dabeiri k vod Adonai alayich niglah. Lecha Bo-i v shalom ateret Ba-alah. Gam b simcha uv tzahala. Toch emunei am segula. Bo-i chalah bo-i chalah! Lecha
3 Beloved, come to meet the bride; beloved, come to greet Shabbat. Keep and remember: a single command the Only God caused us to hear; the Eternal is One, God s name is One, for honor and glory and praise. Beloved Awake, awake, your light has come! Arise, shine, awake and sing; the Eternal s glory dawns upon you. Beloved. Enter in peace, O crown of your husband; enter in gladness, enter in joy. Come to the people that keeps its faith. Enter o bride! Enter, o bride! Beloved Shema u virchotecha Shema and Her Blessings Barechu et Adonai ha-mivorach. Praise the One to whom our praise is due! Ba-ruch Adonai ha-m vo-rach l o-lam va-ed! Praised be the One to whom our praise is due, now and for ever! Ki Hem Chayeinu (Craig Taubman) Day and night show us the way Teaching us to number our days When we rise and when we lie down Ahavat Olam Ki hem chayeinu v orech yameinu uva hem nehgey yomam valailah Ahavat Olam beit Yisrael amha ahav ta Torah umitzvot chukim umishpatim, otanu limad tah. Shema Yisra el Adonai Eloheynu Adonai echad. Listen, O Israel, the Eternal is our God, the Eternal is One. Baruch shem kevod malhuto le olam va ed. Blessed is God s glorious majesty forever and ever!
4 Ve ahavta et Adonai Eloheha, behol levaveha, uvhol nafsheha u vhol me odeha. Vehayu hadevarim ha eleh, asher anohi metzaveha hayom, al levaveha. Veshinantam levaneha, vedibarta bam beshivteha beveyteha, u vlehteha vadereh u vshohbeha, u vkumeha. U kshartam le ot al yadeha vehayu letotafot beyn eyneha, uch tavtam al mezuzot beyteha uvishareha. L ma-an tizk ru va asitem et kol mitzvotai, vih yitem k doshim lei-loheichem. Ani Adonai Ehloheichem, asher hotzeiti etchem mei-eretz Mitzrayim, lih yot lachem leilohim, Ani Adonai Ehloheichem. You shall love Adonai your God with all your heart, With all your soul, and with all that is yours. These words that I command you this day Shall be taken to heart. Teach them again and again to your children; Speak of them when you sit in your home, When you walk on your way, When you lie down, And when you rise up. Bind them as a sign upon your hand And as a symbol above your eyes; Inscribe them upon the doorposts of your home And on your gates. Deuteronomy 6:4-9 Standing on the Parted Shores/MiChamocha Standing on the parted shores of history We still believe what we were taught Before ever we stood at Sinai s foot That wherever we go, It s eternally Egypt That there s a better place, a promised land And the winding way to that promise Passes through the wilderness That there s no way to get from here to there Except by joining hands and marching together singing
5 Yai lai lai lai, Yai lai lai lai, Yai lai lai lai lai lai Yai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai Yai lai lai lai lai lai Moshe u Miryam u v nei Yisrael L cha anu shirah b simcha rabah V am ru chulam (Moses and Miriam and all Israel sang and rejoiced to You.) Yai lai lai lai yai lai lai lai Yai lai lai lai lai lai Yai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai lai Yai lai lai lai lai lai Silent Amidah Adonai sifatai tiftach u fi yagid tifilatecha. O God, open up my lips that my mouth may declare your praise. Silent Prayer Oseh Shalom O-se Shalom, bim-ro-mav Hu ya-a-se Sha-lom a-lei-nu V -al kol-yis-ra-el v -im-ru A-men May the One who causes peace to reign in the high heavens let peace descend on us, on all Israel, and all the world. Heal Us Now We pray for healing of the body, we pray for healing of the soul, For strength of flesh and mind and spirit, we pray to once again be whole. Eil na r -fa-na Oh, please, heal us now, r fu-at ha-ne-fesh, u-r -fu-at ha-guf, r fu-at sh -lei-mah, Heal us now, Heal us now. We pray for healing of our people, we pray for healing of the land, And peace for every race and nation, every child, every woman, every man. Eil na r -fa-na Oh, please, heal us now, r fu-at ha-ne-fesh, u-r -fu-at ha-guf, r fu-at sh -lei-mah, Heal us now, Heal us now.
6 Rabbi Leora Frankel I Have A Voice [Elana Arian] I will open my eyes [I will open my eyes] I will not look away [I will not look away] I will use this gift I ve been given every day I will fight for the truth (I will fight for the truth) I ll stand up for what s right (I ll stand up for what s right) I will use this strength I ve been given to be a light. Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha-olam sheasanu b tzelem Elohim Aleinu Aleinu l shabeiach laadon hakol latei g dula l yotzeir b reisheet, shehlo asanu k goyei haaratzot, v lo samanu k mishp chot haadama; shehlo sam chelkeinu kahem, v goraleinu k chol hamonam. Vaanachnu kor im umishtachavim umodim lifnei mehlech malchei ham lachim, hakadosh baruch hu. We must praise the God of all, the Maker of heaven and earth, who has set us apart from the other families of earth, giving us a destiny unique among the nations. Therefore, we bow in awe and thanksgiving before the One who is sovereign over all, the Holy and Blessed One. V ne-emar, v hayah Adonai l Melech al kol haaretz. Bayom hahu yih yeh Adonai echad ush mo echad. Thus it has been said, Adonai will be Sovereign overall all the earth. On that day, Adonai will be one, and God s Name will be one.
7 Mourner s Kaddish Yitgadal v yitkadash sh mei raba b alma div ra chirutei v yamlich malchutei b chayeichon uv yomeichon uv chayei d chol beit Yisraeil, baagala uvizman kariv, v imr u: Amein. Y hei sh mei raba m varach l alam ul almei almaya. Yitbarach v yishtabach v yitpaar, v yitromam, v yitnasei, v yithadar, v yitaleh, v yithalal sh mei d kudsha, b rich hu. L eila min kol birchata v shirata tushb chata v nehchehmata daamiran b alma v im ru: Amein. Y hei sh lama raba min sh maya v chayim aleinu v al kol Yisraeil, v im ru: Amein. Oseh shalom bim romav, hu yaaseh shalom Aleinu v al kol Yisraeil, v im ru: Amein. Let the glory of God be extolled, and God s great name be hallowed in the world whose creation God willed. May God rule in our own day, in our own lives, and in the life of all Israel, and let us say: Amen. Let God s great name be blessed for ever and ever. Beyond all the praises, songs, and adorations that we can utter is the Holy One, the Blessed One, whom yet we glorify, honor and exalt. And let us say: Amen. For us and for all Israel, may the blessing of peace and the promise of life come true, and let us say: Amen. May the Source of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort to all who are bereaved. Amen. Love Wins: A Jewish Pride Prayer by Alden Solovy One day, the words coming out will sound strange, Oppression based on gender or orientation will be a memory, History to honor and remember, The pain of hiding, repressing, denying, Honoring the triumphs of those who fought to be free, Remembering the violence and vitriol that cost lives. When love wins, When love wins at long last,,ואהבת לרעך כמוך Love your neighbor as yourself Will be as natural as breathing. ואהבת לרעך כמוך One day, love will win every heart, Love will win every soul, Fear will vanish like smoke, And tenderness for all will fill our hearts. ואהבת לרעך כמוך Love wins. In the end, Love wins. Man for man, Woman for woman,
8 Woman for man, Man for women, All genders, All orientations, All true expressions of heart. ואהבת לרעך כמוך Let this come speedily, In our day, A tribute to the many And the diverse Gifts from heaven. A tribute to love deep and true, Each of us for one another. ואהבת לרעך כמוך Closing Song: Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu Od yavo shalom aleinu v al kulam. Salaam, aleinu v al kol haolam, Salaam, salaam.