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Siddur Lev Chadash, Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues, 1995 American Rabbi Chaim Stern and British Rabbi John D.

There are days when we exploit nature with reckless greed.

On the Sabbath we stand in wonder before the mystery of creation. On the Sabbath we open our hearts to the needs and rights of others.

This is such an obvious way of having a ‘creation focussed’ liturgy that I am surprised it has not been more used by Jews or Christians.

The only other example I can think of is in the Liturgie Chorale du people de Dieu of André Gouzes OP where he blends the account of creation with the Christian weekly triduum of cross, tomb and resurrection in his Proclamation du Jour available in English on this blog here.

Education: creating liturgical literacy SLC contains an excellent section of Notes indicating sources of texts and the history of their use.

This is especially useful for understanding the development of the synagogue liturgy and the evolution of the Hebrew texts for Reform communities.

Stern and Rayner were responsible for the 1967 Liberal Jewish prayer book, Service of the Heart, the first to abandon ‘thee’ and ‘thou’ forms in the English text.

The title of this new siddur (‘new heart‘ Ezek.) pays tribute to that volume.

A helpful musical companion to SLC is available from the Liberal Synagogue, St John’s Wood here.

In some ways the educative work of SLC is more embedded, the whole book has a didactic feel, often, responsive passages and other texts are addressed not to God but to the reader.

This is the most interesting aspect of the book for me and is a rich source for meditation and thought.

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