Category Archives: LGBTQ

What Being a Jew Means to Me ~ Spiritual Activism and Repose

Just as no emergency room doctor ever hopes for an accident, no clergy person ever hopes for desperate times. And … I cannot help but notice the dramatic uptick in people seeking my spiritual services (both personal and communal) in … Continue reading

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Mo’adim l’Simcha ~ Festival of Joy … Sukkot Bounty and Responsibility

Many of us, even those of us who were raised in Jewish homes, did not grow up with a sukkah in our backyards. There was a sukkah built at the synagogue and we decorated it together, maybe had a festive … Continue reading

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May the Countenance of the Sacred Gaze Upon You and Grant You Peace

Zichrono livracha, we say when we speak of the dead. May their names be for blessing … This has been a week filled with a level of pain and grief and outrage that we can barely begin to process. So filled … Continue reading

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Mariage Equality ~ Sacred Status Blessed for Years by Clergy Now Recognized by the Law of the Land

On behalf of the Little Minyan Kehilla, a congregation that has ALWAYS celebrated the richness of the fabric of humanity and the boundless nature of love, I express great delight in the news from the United States Supreme Court today. … Continue reading

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Jewishly Themed Book List for Pride!

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A great reading list is offered through Keshet, Tablet, the Jewish Book Council.  Here are a few links: Jewish Book Council and Tablet.  Happy Reading and Happy Pride Month!!

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