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Me Too: A Jewish Response to Abuse

young woman holding sign that reads help

I have a name but too often I have been rendered nameless.
Me too.

I have a voice but too often my voice has not been heeded.
Me too.

I have a shape but too often my body has been leered at or made invisible.
Me too.

All these acts.
To make a person.
This person
Disappear.
And yet.
I have a name
And a voice
And a body.

Together, in the midst of the others, I make myself present and available for all survivors and our collective surviving.

Me too.
Me too.
And
Me too.

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Ingredients of Prayer: Writing Contemporary Liturgy

What makes a prayer a prayer? What are the varieties of ways to encounter prayer in our daily lives and make it our own? How do I write my own prayers? Join acclaimed liturgist Alden Solovy in a playful and inquisitive exploration of the ingredients of prayer. Connect with other seekers and write your own prayers in a safe and supportive environment. Classes meet online through Zoom and begin October 16th. All are welcome!

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