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Although the HPLS HaAri companion siddur follows the Chabad's prayer service, to
make it easier to locate the corresponding page in Chabad's Tehillat Hashem siddur, a
page-number cross-reference is provided in the Table of Contents.
See below for the Table of Contents of Volumes 2 and 5.
|Table of Contents of HPLS HaAri Volume 2, Weekday Morning Service (Four Pages)
Each volume of the HPLS HaAri Companion siddur has been carefully
edited by Rabbi Shmuel Rabin to ensure complete accuracy of all
aspects of this siddur. (Rabbi Rabin has edited all HPLS siddurm.)
All passages of the HPLS HaAri Companion Siddur contain similar passages to the
Chabad Tehillat Hashem siddur.
In the Chabad tradition, the tallit is put on only after the 15 Morning Blessings
have been recited.
Shown below is the beginning of the first blessings
The HPLS HaAri companion siddur is made up of six volumes. Two volumes are presently
available. They are HPLS HaAri Volume 2, for Weekday Mornings, and HPLS HaAri
Volume 5, for Shabbat and Festival Mornings.
Both are available for purchase on our Price List page as items 22 & 25, and as item 26
The remaining four volumes are in production and will hopefully be ready by year's end.
Download inner thoughts with meditation, HPLS Hebrew Prayers, F. Ephraim Linker, publisher, Phonetically
Transliterated prayers, Art Scroll, Chabad Tehillat Heshem, Siddur Sim Shalom, Nusach Ashkenaz, Nusach Sefard,
Nusach HaAri (Chabad), Judaic Artwork
|HaAri Companion Siddur
to the Chabad Tehillat Hashem
|HPLS HaAri Volume 2
Weekday Morning Service
Flexbound, 352 pages
|HPLS HaAri Volume 5
Morning Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals.
Flexbound, 450 pages
|About the HPLS Nusach HaAri
(Chabad) Companion Siddur
|Welcome to the Hebrew Prayers Learning Series (HPLS)
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The order of the prayers (nusach) and accompanying text in the HPLS HaAri companion
siddur permits one to pray in a Chabad synagogue.