The Order - A Communal and Individual Noahide Siddur
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The Order is a prayer book for our times, it speaks to today's Noahides, relating the thoughts and words of our heritage and love for Hashem in the mind and heart of modern, sophisticated Noahides. Composed and arranged by Rabbis for Noahides. Each prayer builds onto the previous prayer just like Hashem’s 7 days of creation. Each day was created to build onto the previous day.
Dear Noahide Nations,
I have just perused the entire book titled The Order. It is a long-awaited and therefore very welcome break-through work, a beautiful work, carefully and conscientiously constructed, with exquisite sensitivity to the meaning of each prayer. As with the Jewish siddur itself, the prayers herein so beautifully presented are a body waiting for its soul. May more and more people and entire congregations breathe life and soul into it, utilizing it as a launching pad for greater closeness to Ha-shem, for singing His praises, for thanking Him, for beseeching Him to hasten the great day when the entire world will be filled with the consciousness of His presence forever.
With blessing from Jerusalem,
Rabbi Avraham Sutton
This collection of prayers in The Order should not be considered completed nor definitive; only history can make such determinations. Noahism is in a process of renewal that is more innovation than it is resurrection. No Noahide liturgy or customs have survived from before Noahism’s resurrection in the 20th century. Noahism is still in its infancy, requiring much growth, scholarship, and labor to shape it into a fully coherent and cohesive religious faith and community. As it evolves, so too will its liturgy and modes of worship. This compilation provides a halakhic (Torah-law)-based structure and foundation from which Noahide liturgy may grow and develop.
Rabbi Avraham Chaim Bloomenstiel
The Order provides the means to choose the prayer life that works best for you while retaining the integrity of the halachic structure.