Category: Morning Service

Journeying through the Siddur: A Review of Alden Solovy's This Joyous Soul
By Trisha Arlin
March 31, 2019
The Amidah section in my copy of This Joyous Soul is a sea of dog ears
Communal Acts of Private Intimacy: A Review of Trisha Arlin’s Place Yourself
By Alden Solovy
January 7, 2019
Like the liturgists of old, Arlin’s work troubles us where we are too comfortable and comforts us when we are troubled
The Profound Simplicity of Jewish Spirituality
By Alden Solovy
September 16, 2018
The act of remembering ... is the heartbeat of Jewish spirituality.
Promise of a New Day: A Review of Alden Solovy's This Grateful Heart
By Rabbi Me'irah Iliinsky
September 6, 2018
I’m packing This Grateful Heart into my disaster-survival kit.
The Thread
By David Ebenbach
August 2, 2018
“We are not merely connected like two ends of a thread,” the speaker says. “We are the thread./ One and whole.” 
Mah Tovu: Transforming Curses to Blessings in Parshat Balak
By Rabbis Annie Lewis & Yosef Goldman
June 26, 2018
What does it look like to change curses into blessings? How might we become beacons of justice and compassion in these times?
Pokeakh Ivrim: Opening our Minds to New Forms of Inclusion
By Lauren Tuchman
June 9, 2015
Typically when we think of access in general and in Jewish community specifically, we first default to thinking about physical access—is the
Reinventing My Morning Ritual
By Sarah Barasch-Hagans
October 27, 2014
I pray this way in the mornings now because I want to feel less afraid; less afraid of the places I have been and less afraid of the path ahead.

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