When reciting every Kaddish, after the word "l'eilah," we add "u'l'eilah."
When reciting the Amidah, include additions for Shabbat Shuva.
Conclude services with Achat Sha'alti (MT 662)
Deuteronomy 32:1-52 (P 1556, RP 1400, WTC 1253)
Hosea 14:2-10, Micah 7:18-20, Joel 2:15-27 (P 1634, RP 1436)
The name "Shabbat Shuvah" is based on the first word of the reading from Hosea (Some also point to the word "Shuva" [return] and its similarity to the word "teshuva" [repentance], which comes from the same root.). Congregations have different customs regarding the Haftarah on Shabbat Shuvah. Some read all three selections; others recite Hosea and either Joel or Micah (Joel when Shabbat Shuva coincides with Parashat Ha'azinu and Micah when it conincides with Parashat Vayeilech).
When reciting Kaddish, after the word "l'eilah," we add ""u'l'eilah."
When reciting the Amidah, include additions for Shabbat Shuvah.
Deuteronomy 33:1-17 (P 1569, RP 1420, WTC 1273)
During the Aseret Y'mei T'shuvah (10 days of repentance from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur):
Traditionally, congregations continue reciting S'lichot each morning before shacharit. When reciting every Kaddish, the words "l'eilah min kol," are changed to "l'eilah u'l'eilah mi-kol."
When reciting the Amidah, include passages marked "Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur."
We continue to conclude our Shacharit and Ma'ariv services with Achat Sha'alti (MT 662).