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“May we never forget that we are all connected, historically, relationally, energetically, and that harm to one is harm to all.”
the sun is setting in an orange sky with purple sky on top of the orange. Wildflowers appear in the forefront of the sunset.
“And wherever there is Pride, there is hope. / And wherever there is hope, there is joy. / And wherever there is joy, there is life. / And that life is sweet, and full of love.”
pride flag against a blue sky with white clouds
“We celebrate the triumph / Of love over hate”
queer couple - one in a white bridal gown and one in a blue suit - embracing under a chuppah with a rabbi wearing a rainbow tallit
“I wanted a way of acknowledging and bringing my own queerness into the wedding ceremony”
Blessing of Gratitude for Queer Ancestors & Community

We see each other and we honor our journeys and those yet to come.

Responsive Reading for Coming Out

Welcoming historical and mythical ancestors

Welcoming Queer Ancestors to the Sukkah

“Rainbows and storms go hand in hand”

Rainbows and Storms: A Queer Poem

“May the Holy One instill in us the wisdom to know our liberations are entwined together.”

Birkat Hodesh Ga’avah: A Blessing for Pride Month
“Our hands do not lace, like the tzitzit. / I wish they would.”
I Feel Then a Tear: A Prayer in the Eyes of a Queer Man

celebrating a gender transition

Ceremony of Affirmation and Renaming

The Reconstructionist Network

Light the World: A Nia Dance Party for Hanukkah

Welcome Hanukkah through the Nia movement practice. We’ll kindle our unique candles to music by Jewish singers, followed by prompts for reflection and writing. Nia is adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Move with us on December 7, 2023.

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