A new liturgy for Shavuot: Why am I a Jew? Postponed – please see

“Becoming (ever more) Jewish – Why I identify as a Jew – What Judaism means to me?”

THIS PROJECT HAS HAD TO BE POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS, BUT CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FUTURE PUBLICATION ARE OF COURSE STILL WELCOME – SEE BELOW

In one sense, we are all becoming Jewish day by day and year by year, through our contributions to the tribe, to our local community and to mankind in general.

Hava Fleming (far right) with Esther van der Bos and her family at B’nei Mitzvah

Hava Fleming (York Liberal Jewish Community) appeals for written contributions to a creative celebration of “Becoming Jewish” for use at the festival of Shavuot.

Please think about sharing any heart-felt words you may have read or written, a song, piece of music or a visual image, which could enhance the spirit of the festival, when we traditionally stand (again) at Mt Sinai and affirm Ruth’s words. It does not matter if you think your idea is obvious; just send it in anyway, as a word doc, pdf, something scanned from a book, or a web or Youtube link. A few words about what your quoted piece means to you is also entirely appropriate and welcome, but not essential.

 

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