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Call for Submissions: Jewish Interfaith Connections

We welcome your submissions on Jewish interfaith connections, in honor of Interfaith Family month.

Ritualwell is a living archive of Jewish rituals that draw on both tradition and the contemporary world. The majority of the work published here is user-generated, reflecting the creative and evolving practices of our diverse Jewish community. We welcome year-round submissions of rituals, prayers, poems, audio/video, and blog posts on an array of topics relevant to contemporary Jewish life.

This November, we are specifically looking for submissions that highlight Jewish interfaith connections. Send us your poems, prayers, or rituals that are geared toward a Jewish interfaith context. For example, see this special Mi Sheberakh blessing, created by Rabbi Maurice Harris and Rabbi Yitzhak Husbands-Hankin, to honor people of other faiths who support and participate in the Jewish community.

Please submit at the following link. While submissions to our site are accepted year-round, the current call for submissions is more time sensitive. We encourage submissions sent before November 1st, and will continue to consider those sent after.

We look forward to reviewing your work!

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