A congregant who will help you with the service on Shabbat morning. They will help you organize the honors given for the Torah service and direct your guests where and when to participate in your simcha.
A shawl-like garment worn during morning services, with tzitzit (long fringes) attached to the corners as a reminder of the commandments, sometimes called a prayer shawl.
T’filah pl T’filot
Two black leather boxes containing scrolls of Scripture passages
Exodus 13:1-16; Deuteronomy 6:4-9; 11:13-21
Sometimes during prayers, one box is affixed to one’s hand and arm and the other to one’s forehead as a physical effort to obey the passage in Deuteronomy 6:8