Mishkan ga'avah : where pride dwells / editor, Rabbi Denise L. Eger.Material type: TextLanguage: English, Hebrew Original language: Hebrew Publication details: New York : Central Conference of American Rabbis, 5780 = 2020.Description: xxiv, 211 p. ; 23 cmISBN:
- Where pride dwells [Portion of title]
- Jewish sexual minorities -- Prayers and devotions
- Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
- Gender identity -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
- Life cycle, Human -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
- Life change events -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
- Reform Judaism -- Liturgy -- Texts
- Jewish sexual minorities -- Religious life
- Jewish LGBTQ+ people
- 296.4/50866 23
- BM667.S49 M57 2020
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Main title also in Hebrew letters on p.  of cover.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-209).
Prayers and blessings for Friday night and mornings -- Daily prayers and blessings -- Prayers and blessings for unique and sacred moments -- Prayers and blessings for the Torah Service -- Prayers, blessings, and readings for the LGBTQ year -- Prayers, blessings, and readings for LGTBQ weddings, covenants, and partnerships.
"This groundbreaking collection of LGBTQ prayers, poems, liturgy, and rituals is both a spiritual resource and a celebratory affirmation of Jewish diversity. Giving voice to the private and public sectors of queer Jewish experience, [it] is also a commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the first pride march, reflecting the longtime advocacy of the Reform Movement for full LGBTQ inclusion"--P.  of cover.
Texts of prayers and benedictions chiefly in English, with portions in Hebrew, transliteration, and English translation; commentary and other material in English.