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Latest Rituals

  • “Remember, you can always find Me in the fringes.” 
    Eliana Nadyne Lee
    two people wearing tzitzit (fringes), one is wearing a denim skirt and the other is wearing black pants, the fringes falling from their waists
  • A blessing over the tallit for Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month
    Devon Spier
  • A ritual for tying tzitzit in a communal, reflective, and healing context
    Jill Ratzan
  • Prayers for b'nai mitzvah students and their parent(s), rabbis, and teachers to be said before and during the b'nai mitzvah celebration
    Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
  • The story and ritual explanation of how a tallit and the recitation of the sh'ma helped allay fears during cancer treatment.
    Susan Kaplow, MSW, Phd.
  • Kavanah for putting on a tallis linking past to present and acknowledging our choice in taking on this mitzvah
    Andrea Bardfeld
  • A mother's blessing for her daughter's journey into adulthood
    Rabbi Shawna Brynjegard-Bialik
  • Invoking the prophetess Devorah and symbolically wrapping tzitzit to welcome a baby girl
    Rabbi James Greene
  • A poem describing the ritual of removing the tzitzit from a dead person's tallit and giving them to his or her beloveds prior to burial
    Laurie Gross

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