It may not make sense for your congregation to purchase a new set of Siddurim at this time, but having copies of this Siddur available as a “companion” to your regular Siddur will really enhance the prayer experience of many members and visitors to your services.
Those unfamiliar with the service can use the commentaries to get a sense of the flow of the service, those who have difficulty with the Hebrew can follow the transliteration, and everyone can use the translations and meditations to help make the service more meaningful.
To facilitate going back and forth between this Siddur and the one your congregation uses, you can download the appropriate page guide and tape it inside the cover of Siddur Eit Ratzon.
In addition to using Siddur Eit Ratzon as a companion Siddur, your congregation can use multiple copies of the Siddur for learner’s services, for courses on Jewish prayer, for outreach, and for informal discussions.
If you like Siddur Eit Ratzon, please bring this message to the attention of the Rabbi and lay leadership of your congregation.
Congregations may borrow copies of the Siddur to try out at their services; please email the author to indicate your interest in such a loan.