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“There is always hope in Adar”
two people holding open a scroll of esther (megillah)
“Give me the strength to discover new ways to be”
young woman with brown skin and long black hair standing in a forest looking up and slightly smiling
“I look to the next candle in line, / still alive with yellow glow and hope”
fully lit hanukkiyah in the dark with another hanukiyah in the background that appears to be a reflection of the first
“We are here / To find the cracks / At the edges of possibilities”
mountains sunrise fog clouds
“Will my God turn on the light in this dark room?”
dandelion lying on pavement
Affirmations for courage
When I Forget I Am Strong
It is a minhag (custom) of expressing gratitude to put out breadcrumbs for the birds on Erev Shabbat of Parshat BeShalakh.
Feeding the Birds: Shabbat Shirah

“Your birthright renews every breath”


“I sweep away flaked remnants of hope”


“May we honor the earth that has received the remnants of that which has been destroyed”

Four Worlds Ritual for Tisha B’Av: Remembering, Mourning, and Renewal

The Reconstructionist Network

Liturgy Writing for Prayer Leaders

This immersion is for prayer leaders who have some experience writing prayers and want to receive feedback and hone their skills as liturgists in a supportive environment.

Six sessions, starting May 24th

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