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  • By Ben Soule
    A feeling of being on the edge of something new. A time to welcome the new year and make the old year right before we lay it on our shelf of memories.
  • By Anne Dilenschneider
    The Innkeeper's dilemma.
  • By Israel Buffardi
    Take a deep breath and try to find the restorative power of air and water in the breath.
  • By Dawn Fortune
    Chalice lighting that speaks to the dark nights of midwinter.
  • By Alison Miller
    We pray for the three Jewish congregations who meet at the Tree of Life Synagogue. Each time love’s sanctuaries are pierced by weaponized hate, we grow stronger in our resolve to strategically eradicate oppression, and the roots of oppression, and to limit access to guns.
  • By Debra Haffner
    Happy new year! ...
  • By Paul Oakley
    God of our hearts, God of our understandings, God who gives us hope and inspires us to commitment, God who commands us to remember: We come...
  • By Laura Evonne Steinman
    Let us listen deeply to what is on our hearts, Let us listen to what our fears are; Let us listen to the young children, Let us listen to...
  • By Debra Haffner
    We are on a journey. We didn’t plan it. We didn’t have time for the bread to rise. We may find ourselves in the wilderness, hungry, thirsty...
  • By Amanda Udis-Kessler
    We light the Hanukkah candles in wonder, joy, and gratitude, each candle a miracle. When the Holy Temple was rededicated at the time of the...
  • By Natalie Fenimore
    We offer blessings for life and the end of life. Blessings for the dying. Blessings for the caregiver, holding love and carrying burden...
  • By Gwen Matthews
    As December opens up before us, we welcome in the gift of reflection. We turn toward our holiday celebrations and search for common threads...
  • By Leslie Ahuvah Fails
    All that we have been separately and all that we will become together is stretched out before and behind us like stars scattered across a...
  • By Cathy Cartwright-Chow
    For those we have hurt in any way, whether through words or deed or thoughts. Here is a place to forgive and to be forgiven. For the...
  • By Debra Haffner
    The Days of Awe begin with us tonight. May the next ten days be days of reflection, introspection, and peace. May we prepare ourselves for...
  • By Susan Maginn
    Gracious God, From Isaiah we hear you say, “Do not fear. I have called you by name. You are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will...
  • By Amy Petrie Shaw
    A Free Retelling of the Shevirat haKeilim (from the Kabbalah) At the beginning of time, before anything else at all existed, Love was all...
  • By Victoria E Safford
    Imagine this. On the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, every fall, every year, the people make their peace with anyone they have...
  • By Jan Taddeo
    Beloved Children of the Oneness of many names, you who cover the land in numbers greater than the stars, I petition you, I pray to you,...
  • By Lisa Doege
    A voice was heard in Ramah, wailing and loud lamentation, Rachel weeping for her children; she refused to be consoled, because they are no...
  • By Suzelle Lynch
    Sheet music (PDF) . Kindle candles one by one; night by night, the light it grows. Lights of freedom miracle of faith! Shining out for all...
  • By Ralph Yeager Roberts
    December seventh, "Eight Candles" (1970). Malvina Reynolds was a 20th century Jewish, Unitarian Universalist, socialist, songwriter, and...
  • By Amy Petrie Shaw
    For all who die in war We lift up our hearts For all who live in suffering in the aftermath of violence We lift up our hearts For all who...
  • By Joanne Giannino
    In Jewish tradition, the four chapters of the Book of Jonah are read aloud at Yom Kippur. Jonah is a minor prophet in the Hebrew Bible but...
  • By Martha Dallas
    This was created as a Message for All Ages for a service honoring Yom Ha’Shoah, the Jewish holiday for Holocaust Remembrance. In 2016, Yom...
  • By Lyn Cox
    Creative spirit, source of life and love: We give thanks for the beauty of this day and for the company of those assembled here. Thank you...
  • By Karen Mooney
    Today we light our candle of remembrance. On April 19, 1943 the Jewish community in the Warsaw ghetto rose up against their captors in a...
  • By Christopher Buice
    There once was a man named Daniel who was as gentle as a lamb. The King loved Daniel so much that he gave him power over the entire kingdom...
  • By Christopher Buice
    Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Olympia who had a dream. She dreamed that one day she would grow up to be a minister. But...
  • By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
    Over the years your staples have slipped and pages loosened. Here a faded purple crescent of ancient wine, there a smudge from bricks of...
  • By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
    The day after the seder, reality shoves back in like a football player with lowered shoulder. Dishes to wash: the browned kugel pan,...
  • By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
    "So the people took their dough before it was leavened, their kneading bowls wrapped in their cloaks upon their shoulders." —Exodus 12:34...
  • By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
    Breakfast on kosher macaroons and Diet Pepsi in the car on the way to Price Chopper for lamb. Peel five pounds of onions and let the...

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