“We were learning what being married Jewishly means and what’s important to us as a couple, then inscribing that into the wedding ceremony.”
There are many Jewish wedding customs out there, finding the right ones for you can help you explore the more subtle emotions of the event.
Making the choices for our queer wedding ceremony including the ceremony, ketubah, sheva berachot, circling, and breaking the glass.
Being called to Torah is a moment of sacred encounter. Here’s how to call Non-Binary Jews to the Torah based on the CJLS Teshuvah in 2022.
Aimee Close shares her story of becoming a synagogue member and the power and importance of Pride Shabbat and being welcoming.
Yakira Keshet offers a poem to commemorate Shavuot, her journey to Judaism, and the presence of our souls at Mount Sinai.