The 5781 High Holiday season is different than all those that came before. Confronted with a global pandemic, we cannot gather to worship and celebrate together in person. We are reimagining what communal prayer will look like, while also taking advantage of the potential for solitude that can offer space for the deep introspection of preparing spiritually for the New Year. We are mourning losses, praying for health and safety, while finding creative opportunities to think differently about the powerful rituals of this time of year. We have gathered new resources to inspire you for this transformative time of year. May you be blessed with good health and a sweet year, and may you be written in the Book of Life.
“Whose ballot shall be counted, and whose ballot shall be disqualified”
“Shekhinah, our Mother, would understand”
Tofu, ice cream, beer, and liquor are new symbolic foods that reference this past year
Guide for a nature-based Yom Kippur ritual in solitude
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