Musings of a Minyaner: Observations and Suggestions on a Minyan-Based Prayer Service — by Rabbi Yehoshua Grunstein

Musings of a Minyaner

For centuries, Jews have gathered to pray together in a Minyan, the epitome of Jewish prayer. And yet, the many that frequent synagogues often feel uninspired by the services, and at times, even disappointed by the manner in which they are conducted, from the pace and length, to the tunes and chazzan. This book attempts to delineate these very problems that challenge the public prayer service, and suggests both halachik solutions and practical adjustments for a smoother, more inspiring service that will hopefully impact the attendees and leave them with a yearning for more.

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