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Jews have traditionally engaged with each other (and with God) by responding “Amen!” upon hearing someone else recite a benediction. Although during our Shabbat Morning worship experience (on Zoom) the attendees are generally muted, we still have the opportunity to be responsive to each other visually. One way to do so is to hold up a sign that says “Amen!” at the appropriate moment.

To download a sign, click on the grid above; then click on your favorite square.

Another way to respond is to use your hands to make an American Sign Language (ASL) sign for Amen. For a demo, click here.

Either way, keep in mind the following statement from the Talmud:



Fri, March 31 2023 9 Nisan 5783