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What does Aliyah mean?
"asent". the honor of exytendeed to a conregan where by she/he is called upon the torah
honor reading
Aron Hakodesh
The holy Ark, which is used to house the torah scrolls
a for...
BImah
stage, pulpit or readers desk
high
chumash
"fifth" thr first five books of the bible, books of moses
five
Gabai
the assistan in the reading of the torah
assist
Golel
The person who ties the torah scroll and dresses it after the reading
dress
Hagba-ah
the reaising of the roah and the conclusion of the reading
conclude
Hakafah-
the walking through the synagogue with the torah scroll and/or after the torah reading
walking
Havdalah
sevice that ends shabbat
ending
Ma'ariv
the evening service
end
Maftir
the last aliyah when the person recites the haftorah
last
Magbiah
The person who is called up to raise the Torah scroll in from of the congregation at the conclusion of the reading
raise, end
Minchah
afternoon service
noon
Minhag and Minhag Hamakom
the term for following the custonm of the community in which person is praying.
pray
Ner Tamid
eternal light
light
Parasha
thw weeky torah portian
week
Shachrit
morning service
morning
sefer torah
the actual torah scroll used during worshiop as opposed to being printed
scroll
siddur
prayer book
prayer
Talmud
Jewish commentary on the torah. Doesn't change and very old between 500b.c.e.- 200.b.c.e
comment
Yad
Hand, the pointer used by the torah reader
hand