Volume 6 contains the afternoon prayers for the Sabbath and Three major
(Pilgrimage) festivals  On the Sabbath, the Torah is read before the afternoon
prayer (Amidah). After the Amidah, the Shabbat Afternoon Service continues with
the third Sabbath meal, therefore, the songs and blessings pertaining to the
Sabbath are included in this volume. The concluding service for the Sabbath and
Festivals is also included in Volume 6 and consists of the
Sh'mah and the
weekday prayer service. The contents of volume 6 are summarized below:
Part 1 - Introductory Prayers to the Afternoon Service. For those who pray
the Chasidic prayers (Nusach Sefard), the temple prayers (KohrBahNoht) are
included at the beginning of the afternoon service. For those who do not say
the templeprayers, the afternoon service starts with Psalm 145, which is
otherwise referred to as Ashrei.

Part 2 - Torah Service (For Shabbat only). This section consists of
introductory prayer to the Torah Service, opening of the ark, blessing before
the Torah is read, blessing after the Torah is read, GohMehl, HahgBahHah and
G'leeLah, Psalm 111, returning the Torah to the ark (Psalm 24).

Part 3 - Amidah (Silent prayer). This part of Volume 6 contains the Amidah for
Shabbat and the Three major (Pilgrimage) festivals (Passover, Shavuot, and
Succoth). It also contains the concluding prayers, Psalm 27 (said at Mincha by
Nusach Sefard from Elul to Succoth), Aleinu (AhLayNoo), Mourners' Kaddish,
and Ahl TeeRah.

Part 4 -- Concluding Blessings. These prayers are said after the conclusion
of the Afternoon Service.

Part 5 - Shabbat Third Meal. Consists of the
washing the hands blessing, the blessing over bread, and the following Sabbath
Songs: M'nooChah V'simChah
Yohm Zeh L'YisRahEhl
Mah Y'deeDoo
Tzoor MeeShehLoh
Yah ReeBohn
BahRooch Ehl EhlYohn
Yohm Zeh M'chooBahd
Yohm ShahBahTohn
Kee EhshM'rah ShahBaht
MeezMohr L'dahVeed (Psalm 23)
Y'deed NehFehsh
Psalm 144
Psalm 67, and the complete Grace after Meals,

Part 6 - Evening Service for the conclusion of Shabbat and Festivals.
The evening prayer formally starts with V'hooRahChoom and the Barechu
(BahR'choo), which is the public bowing to God. The Shema Yisrael prayer is
introduced by two blessings: HahMahAh'reev Ah'rahVeem and AhHah'vaht
OhLahm. The HPLS siddur contains the complete transliterations for both these
prayers. The Shema Yisrael (Sh'mah YisRahEhl) and the three paragraphs
associated with it are then said, followed by two closing benedictions: Emet (for
redemption) and HahshKeeVehNoo (for protection) and various additional
blessings. This is followed by the silent prayer (Amidah). Volume 6 also contains
the additional prayers for: the conclusion of the Sabbath, the Counting of the
Omer (said between Passover and Shavuot), Psalm 27 (said from Elul to 7th
day of Succoth), Psalm 49 (said during the Shivah period, which are the first 7
days in a house of mourning), and Havdallah (separation prayer for the
conclusion of the Sabbath). The evening service then concludes with Aleinu
(AhLayNoo) and the Mourners' Kaddish.
Part 1 - Introductory Prayers - KohrBahNoht (Nusach Sefard and Chabad)
Copper Laver - Ritual Purity Mitzvah - The KohrBahNoht is a Chassidic
introduction to the Afternoon service.  Nusach Sefard starts here; Nusach
HaAri (Chabad) start at Nunbers 28:1; Nusach Ashkenaz starts at AhshRay
Daily Temple offering - KohrBahn TahMeed - Numbers 28:1-8
K'tohReht - The incense - Exodus 30:23-36 and related passages

T
he Afternoon Service for Nusach Ashkenaz starts here
AhshRah - Psalm 145
OohVahL'tzeeYohn
V'ahTah KahDohsh
Half KahDeesh (Chetzi Kadesh)

Part 2 Torah Service
Introductory prayer to the Torah Service
Opening of the Ark
Blessing before the Torah is read
Blessing after the Torah is read
GohMehl
HahgBahHah and  G'leeLah
Psalm 111 (for Nusach Sefard(
Returning the Torah to the Ark
Psalm 24

Part 3 - Afternoon Ah'meeDah -Amedah (Silent prayer)
Afternoon Prayer for the Sabbath
Afternoon Prayer for Major Festivals

Part 4 - Concluding Blessings
Psalm 27 - (Said at Mincha by Nusach Sefard from Elul to Sukkot)
AhLayNoo
Mourner's Kahdesh
AhlTeeRah

Part 5 - S'ooDah Sh'leeSheet (for the Sabbath only)
N'teeLaht YahDahYeem (Washing the Hands)
HahMohTzee (Blessing over Bread)
Sabbath Songs
M'nooChah V'simChah
YohmZeh L'YisRahEhl
Mah Y'deeDoot
Tzoor MeeShehLoh
Yah ReeBohn
BahRooch Ehl EhlYohn
YohmZeh M'chooBahd
Yohm ShahBahTohn
Kee EhshM'rah Shabbat
MeezMoht L'dahVeed (Psalm 23)
Y'deed NehFehsh
Grace after Meals

Part 5 -Evening Service for the Conclusion of the Sabbath and Festivals
Psalm 144
Psalm 67
V'hoo RahChoom (The Evening Prayer formally starts here)
BahR'choo
HahMahAr'reev Ah'rahVeem - 1st Blessing before the Shema
AhHah'vaht OhLahm - 2nd Blessing before the Shema
Sh'mah YisRahEhl - Deuteronomy 6:4 and Sh'mah 1st Paragraph
(V'ahHahvTah) - Deuteronomy 6:5-9
Sh'mah 2nd Paragraph - Deuteronomy 11:13-21
Sh'mah 3rd Paragraph - Numbers 15:37-41
Eh'met - 1st blessing after Sh'mah
HahshKeeVehNoo - 2nd blessing after Sh'mah - Protection
Weekday Evening Prayer - Ah'meeDah - Amedah

Prayers for the Conclusion of the Sabbath
(Omit if a festival occurs during same week)
VeeHee NohAhm - Psalm 91
V'ahTah KahDohsh
Counting of the OhMehr - Omer (Said between Passover and Shavuous)
HahvDahLah - Havdalah - Separation prayer for conclusion of the Sabbath
AhLayNoo
Mourner's KahDeesh
Ahl TeeRah
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