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Yom Kippur Confession to Queer People

On Yom Kippur we come together as a community to confess our sins of the previous year. Part of this is acknowledging the harm we have committed knowingly or unknowningly. It can often be the case that even the communities who consider themselves progressive and open have fallen short to create a safe space for… Continue reading Yom Kippur Confession to Queer People

Rosh Hashanah

Online High Holiday Services BINGO

Due to COVID restrictions and safety protocol a lot of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services are being held with limited in person attendance. Many (maybe most) Reform congregations are offering some sort of virtual, online options for high holiday services. Now we all know from these months of Zoom meetings, that people often forget… Continue reading Online High Holiday Services BINGO

Rosh Hashanah

High Holidays with a Baby

The high holidays are a time to celebrate and reflect which can be hard to do or nearly impossible when you have a baby. Whether you are able to bring your baby to services this year or if you’ll have to sit this one out. Hopefully using a couple of my tips and tricks your… Continue reading High Holidays with a Baby

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A Meaningful Yom Kippur As A Mom

Yom Kippur often stands out of me as the holiday that just feels different once you've become a mother (or are pregnant).  Had you asked me before I ever became a mom if fasting on Yom Kippur was important to me, I probably would have shrugged.  There were years when I fasted and years when… Continue reading A Meaningful Yom Kippur As A Mom