Gratitude and Appreciation for Our Beloveds and Allies

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We welcome and appreciate all our loved ones and allies who share in building Jewish life together. 

Thank you for loving Jewish people as partners, family members, and friends.  

Thank you for standing by Jewish people, especially when we feel scared and anxious about our safety, belonging, and ‘enough-ness’ in this country.  

Thank you for putting up with the challenging patterns we inherited from our ancestors. We know it can feel confusing and frustrating sometimes.  

Thank you for walking with us to raise children with Jewish culture in a world where that’s not always easy.   

We see you. We value your presence. We appreciate all the gifts you bring to our families and communities. May you feel blessed in this space. 

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