Our first print publication, released in Adar 5779 / March 2019, is a volume for mourners entitled Beside Still Waters: A Journey of Comfort and Renewal, published jointly by Bayit and Ben Yehuda Press.
Beside Still Waters contains materials for before death as well as for the stages of mourning, times of remembrance, and more. Read all about it — including list of contributors, praise for the book, and an excerpt of what’s inside — and order a copy now for only $18. (There’s a discount for bulk orders of 10 or more copies.)
Our second will be a siddur for Shabbat with the working title Renew Our Hearts: A Siddur for Shabbat Day, also published jointly by Bayit and Ben Yehuda. Renew Our Hearts balances tradition with innovation, featuring liturgy for morning (shacharit as well as a renewing approach to musaf, the “additional” service of Shabbat and festivals), afternoon (mincha), and evening (ma’ariv and havdalah) accompanied by poetry, art, and new liturgical material. It will be available both as a single volume and as a set of two volumes (you can choose morning, afternoon/evening, or both.) Read all about it, including list of contributors; pre-order link coming soon!
We’re also laying groundwork for a multimedia project with Steve Silbert that will open a window into Visual Torah. Stay tuned for more information later in 2019.
In the interest of maximizing accessibility, every word of Hebrew in every Bayit publication is paired with transliteration and with clear, pray-able English translation.