Congregations Using Siddur Eit Ratzon and Machzor Eit Ratzon

Because of their various features, Siddur Eit Ratzon and Machzor Eit Ratzon are very well suited for a congregation with a lot of diversity in background, perspectives, and practices. Siddur Eit Ratzon is currently used in over 100 congregations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Union of South Africa (see lists below).

Fifty-two congregations have adopted Siddur Eit Ratzon as their main siddur and nineteen congregations have adopted Machzor Eit Ratzon as their main machzor.

Over fifty other congregations are using Siddur Eit Ratzon for learners services or "synaplex" services under various names, or are using it for outreach or adult educational programs.

And many synagogues have ordered copies that are available to congregants and visitors as a "companion siddur" during services to enable them to participate more fully in the service.

The following fifty-three congregations have adopted Siddur Eit Ratzon:

  • *Adas Yoshuron Synagogue, Rockland ME, Rabbi Amita Jarmon
  • *Adat Ari El, Valley Village CA, Rabbi Elianna Yolkut
  • *Annex Shul, Toronto ON, Yacov Fruchter
  • *Bet Shira, Port Townsend WA, Lynne Rogerson
  • Beth El Synagogue, Southbury CT, Rabbi Eliana Falk
  • *Beth Sholom Congregation, Frederick MD, Rabbi Murray Singerman
  • *Bnai Israel Jewish Center, Petaluma CA, Rabbi Ted Feldman
  • *B'nai Tikvah Congregation, Sewell NJ, Rabbi Michael Fessler, Rabbi Miriam Hyman
  • *Bolton Street Synagogue, Baltimore MD, Rabbi Jonathan Panitz
  • *Brandeis Collegiate Institute (BCI), Los Angeles CA, Navah Kelman Becker
  • Burnham Park Minyan, Morristown NJ
  • Cape Town Traditional Egalitarian Minyan, Cape Town, Union of South Africa, Jeffrey Dorfman
  • *Chapel Hill Kehillah, Chapel Hill NC, Rabbi Jen Feldman
  • Chavurat Lamdeinu, Madison NJ, Rabbi Ruth Gais
  • Congregation Ansha Sholum, Lawrence MA, Elizabeth Beraha
  • *Congregation Beth Israel Judea, San Francisco CA, Rabbi Rosalind Glazer
  • *Congregation Beth Jacob, Redwood City CA, Bill Futornick
  • Congregation Beth Sholom, San Francisco CA (Friday evening), Rabbi Micah Hyman
  • *Congregation B'nai Emunah, Tulsa OK, Rabbi Marc Boone Fitzerman
  • *Congregation B’nai Shalom, Putnam CT, Alan Turner, Lay Leader
  • Congregation Etz Chaim, Biddeford ME
  • Congregation N'vay Shalom, Los Angeles, CA (Shabbat morning), Hazzan Eva Robbins
  • Congregation Or Chadash, Chicago IL, Carol Goldbaum
  • Congregation Shir Libeynu, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Dr. Aviva Goldberg
  • Deborah's Palm, Morristown NJ, Rabbi Amy Joy Small
  • East Bank Havurah, Baltimore MD, Stephen Siegel
  • Elon University Hillel, Elon NC, Rabbi Rebecca Joseph
  • Fitzgerald Hebrew Congregation, Fitzgerald GA, Phil Perlis
  • *Heska Amuna Synagogue, Knoxville TN, Rabbi Alon Ferency
  • Highland Park Minyan, Highland Park NJ, Judy Richman
  • *JCP Downtown, New York NY, Rabbi Jason Klein, Director, Center for Jewish Life
  • The Jewish Fellowship of Chester County, Chester PA, Rabbi Elyse Seidner-Joseph
  • Knesseth Israel Synagogue, Gloversville NY, Ruth Levinton
  • Las Vegas Jewish Community, Las Vegas NM
  • The Lincoln Independent Minyan, Lincoln, England, Stephen Griffiths
  • *McHenry County Jewish Congregation, Crystal Lake IL, Rabbi Maralee Gordon
  • *Mishkan Chicago, Chicago IL, Rabbi Lizzi Heydemann
  • *Moishe House, multiple locations (Friday evening), Rabbi Dan Horwitz
  • Nefesh HaChayim, Toronto ON, Michelle Katz
  • *Or Shalom Synagogue, Vancouver BC, Rabbi Laura Duhan Kaplan
  • *Shirat HaNefesh, Silver Spring MD, Rabbi Gerry Serotta
  • *Sixth & I, Washington DC (Shabbat morning), Rabbi Shira Stutman
  • Temple Beth El South Orange County, Alisa Viejo CA (weekday), Steve Birch
  • *Temple Emanuel, Newton Center MA (Friday evening), Rabbi Michele Robinson
  • Temple Emmanuel, Wakefield MA, Warren Silbovitz
  • Temple Israel, Athol MA, Rabbi Bob Sternberg
  • *Temple Israel, Valdosta GA, Rabbi Moshe Elbaz
  • *Temple Or Olam, Concord NC, Dr. Barbara Thiede
  • Temple Shalom, Auburn ME, Rabbi Hillel Katzir
  • Temple Sholom, Eau Claire WI
  • The Las Vegas Jewish Community, Inc., Las Vegas NM, Diana Presser
  • Wake Forest University Hillel, Winston Salem NC
  • West Clarkstown Jewish Center, New City NY, Rabbi Aryeh Meir

* indicates 100 or more copies

The following additional sixty-four congregations are each using 10-50 copies of Siddur Eit Ratzon in a variety of ways:

  • Beacon Hebrew Alliance, Beacon NY
  • Beth El Congregation of the South Hills, Pittsburgh PA
  • Beth Emeth, Larchmont NY
  • Beth Israel Center, Madison WI
  • Beth Jacob Congregation, Mendota Heights MN
  • Beth Shalom, Northbrook IL
  • Bethesda Jewish Congregation, Bethesda MD
  • Congregation Agudath Israel, Caldwell NJ
  • Congregation Ansche Chesed, New York NY
  • Congregation Beth Ahm, Bloomfield MI
  • Congregation Beth Israel, Corpus Christi TX
  • Congregation Beth Israel, Worcester MA
  • Congregation Beth Jacob, Galveston TX
  • Congregation Beth Shalom, Seattle WA
  • Congregation B’nai B’rith, Santa Barbara CA
  • Congregation B'nai Emunah, Tulsa OK
  • Congregation B'nai Israel, Basking Ridge NJ
  • Congregation B’nai Israel, Gainesville FL
  • Congregation B’nai Israel, Toms River NJ
  • Congregation B’nai Zion, Chattanooga TN
  • Congregation Brith Shalom, Bellaire TX
  • Congregation Brothers of Israel, Newtown PA (weekday edition)
  • Congregation Har HaShem, Boulder CO
  • Congregation Kol Ami, Salt Lake City UT
  • Congregation Kol Shofar, Tiburon CA
  • Congregation Ohav Shalom, Albany NY
  • Congregation Ohev Shalom, Wallingford PA
  • Congregation Or Atid, Wayland MA
  • Congregation Shomrei Torah, Tallahassee FL
  • Congregation Sinai, San Jose CA
  • Congregation Torat El, Oakhurst NJ
  • Fabrangen, Washington DC
  • Fort Tryon Jewish Center, Fort Tryon NY
  • Germantown Jewish Center, Philadelphia PA (Friday evening edition)
  • Glen Rock Jewish Center, Glen Rock NJ
  • Herzl-Ner Tamid, Mercer Island WA
  • Jewish Community Center of Harrison, Harrison NY
  • Jewish Congregation of Oak Ridge, Oak Ridge TN
  • Jewish Discovery Institute, Newton MA
  • The Jewish Fellowship of Chester County, Chester PA
  • Join for Justice, Boston MA
  • Kane Street Synagogue, Brooklyn NY
  • Keneset Israel Congregation, Louisville KY
  • Kesher Israel, West Chester PA
  • Knesseth Israel Synagogue, Gloversville NY
  • Kol Ami, Cheshire CT
  • Kol Nefesh Masorti, Edgware, United Kingdom
  • Little Minyan, Columbus OH
  • Marathon Jewish Community Center, Douglastown NY
  • New Community Jewish High School, West Hills CA
  • North Shore Jewish Center, Port Jefferson Station NY
  • Princeton Jewish Center Havurah Minyan, Princeton NJ
  • Shaarey Tikvah, Beechwood OH
  • Shir Chadash Conservative Congregation, New Orleans LA
  • Shomrei Torah, Wayne NJ
  • Shoreshim, Reston VA
  • South Orange Maplewood Independent Minyan, South Orange NJ
  • Temple Adath Yeshurun, Syracuse NY
  • Temple Emanu-El, Providence RI
  • Temple Israel, Manchester NH
  • Temple Ner Tamid, Peabody MA
  • Temple Shalom, Milton MA
  • The Jewish Community High School of Gratz College, Melrose Park PA (weekday edition)
  • Trinity College Hillel, Hartford CT

The following twenty-three congregations have adopted Machzor Eit Ratzon:

  • *B'nai Tikvah Congregation, Sewell NJ
  • *Bolton Street Synagogue, Baltimore MD
  • Congregation Ansha Sholum, Lawrence MA
  • Congregation Beth Israel, Bloomsburg PA
  • *Congregation Beth Torah, Wethersfield CT
  • *Congregation Etz Chaim, Biddeford ME
  • East Bank Havurah, Baltimore MD
  • Fabrengen Circle, Washington DC
  • Highland Park Minyan, Highland Park NJ
  • Jewish Adoption and Family Care Options (JAFCO), Sunshine FL
  • *Mishkan Chicago, Chicago IL
  • *92nd Street Y, New York NY
  • Orcas Havurah, Orcas Island WA
  • *Romemu, New York, NY
  • *Shirat HaNefesh, Silver Spring MD
  • *Temple B'nai Israel, Petaluma CA
  • *Temple B'Nai Israel, Revere MA
  • Temple Emmanuel, Wakefield MA
  • *Temple Israel, Valdosta GA
  • *Temple Or Olam, Concord NC
  • Temple Sholom, Eau Claire WI
  • University of Hartford Hillel, West Hartford CT
  • Wake Forest Hillel, Winston Salem NC

* indicates 100 or more copies