Ahavas Sholom – an Historic Landmark and Sacred Space

Newark's Last Remaining Synagogue born of the Great European Migration at the turn of the 20th Century

145 Broadway, Newark, NJ 07104
Phone: 973-485-2609 | Email: cahavassholom@optimum.net

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Hallel

Hallel will be led by members of the Congregation during Shabbat Morning Services.

Do you have a favorite Hallel Psalm/Song?

Would you like to lead us in singing it?

The Hallel melodies have been recorded by Fred Grabiner.

Where Fred uses Elokim and Adoshem, you say Elohim and Adonai.


Hallel 1: Opening Blessing 

Hallel 2: Psalm 113 – Halleluyah hallelu 

Hallel 3: Psalm 114 – B’tzet Yisrael 

Hallel 4: Psalm 115:1-11 – Lo Lanu (Not said on Rosh Chodesh)

Hallel 5: Psalm 115:12-18 – Hashem z’charanu yivarech 

Hallel 6: Psalm 116:1-11 – Ahavti (Not said on Rosh Chodesh)

Hallel 7: Psalm 116:12-19 – Ma ashiv 

Hallel 8: Psalm 117 – Hallelu et hashem 

Hallel 8a: Psalm 117 – Hallelu et hashem – Chanukah 

Hallel 9: Psalm 118:1-4 – Hodu 

Hallel 9a: Psalm 118:1-4 – Hodu – Chanukah 

Hallel 10: Psalm 118:5-13 – Min Hameytzar 

Hallel 11: Psalm 118:14-18 Ozi vezimrat yah 

Hallel 12: Psalm 118:19-20 Pitchu li 

Hallel 13: Psalm 118:21-24 Odecha/Ze hayom asah 

Hallel 13a: Psalm 118:21-24 Odecha/Ze hayom asah 

Hallel 14: Psalm 118:25 Ana hashem 

Hallel 14a: Psalm 118:25 Ana hashem – Chanukah 

Hallel 15: Psalm 118:26-29 Baruch ha’ba/eli ata 

Hallel 16: Closing Blessing 

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Hebrew, Transliteration, and English of the Hallel Texthttps://images.shulcloud.com/886/uploads/Documents/TransliteratedSiddur-SimShalom.pdf

Hebrew, Transliteration, and English of the Hallel Closing Blessing:  /58e7b77fff7c5020c21065c6/t/59fd02ae0d929758eae7ce95/1509753591476/Hallel%E2%80%A2Transliterated.pdf

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