Celebrating Shabbat in a hospital can be an emotional challenge and, for the more observant, a physical challenge as well. While your hospital will help you by providing what you physically need for Shabbat, this siddur is written to bring the comfort, joy, and peace of Shabbat into your hospital room. This is a wonderful tool for hospitals to use in caring for Jewish patients. It is also a great way for synagogues to take care of congregants in the hospital.
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Rabbi Joe Mendelsohn retired from congregational work in 2012. Since then he has been performing chaplaincy in hospital and hospice settings, teaching in private settings and officiating for life cycle events. Currently a chaplain for CHOC (Children’s Hospital in Orange County), Rabbi Joe wrote this book to complete the “CHOC Shabbat Pack” – two battery-operated Shabbat candles, kosher grape juice, hallot and a meaningful Friday night prayer book directed towards patients and families in the hospital. This “Shabbat Pack” can be assembled by any hospital or can be a collaboration between a synagogue and local hospital.
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