Evening Service

As day turns into night, we pray that the shelter of divine peace spreads over all the inhabitants of the earth.

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A ritual for mindful and embodied recitation of the shema
woman looking up with eyes closed
brown skinned woman with long dark hair in forest, hands pressed together, looking up, with a look of wonder or gratitude
“Creation happens through the dark”
person standing small on rocky land beneath blue sky full of stars
“Shine to me, stars. / There’s too much light.”
pinkish dark night sky with clouds and stars and person sitting on a boulder looking up at sky with headlight on their head
“Our days move like sea waves, sound waves”
person standing in ocean water with arms raised to yellow-pink sky, sun rising or setting
“We become / what is burned into us: what / we open ourselves to.”
Prayers from a dark room

“Shepherd me …”

Alternate Hashkievenu

Interpretive translation of second paragraph of the Shema

And If You Listen Closely: The Overlooked Paragraph of the Shema

“Infinite One, Don’t turn away–accept my prayers. I know You hear all our prayers”

Creative Weekday Amidah Blessings

“Allow us to rise in the morning with the fragrance of a new dawn”

Hashkiveinu for Hope

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Modeling respectful conversations on pressing Jewish issues

Curating original, Jewish rituals, and convening Jewish creatives

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