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Engaging creatively with prayer, ritual and other practices to enrich our lives 

We see Judaism as a smorgasbord of living traditions that have the potential to meaningfully enrich our lives. This looks a bit different for every person. Some of us are moved by the rhythms and poetry of traditional Jewish liturgy, while others prefer a more contemporary, fresh, and relatable idiom;  some of us are meditators, seekers, and mystics, while others are rationalists, skeptics, and atheists. When we gather in community, we strive to balance these different dynamics and cultivate experiences that are thought-provoking, heart-opening and connective for all. 

Learn more about avodah at T'chiyah:

Aurora Levins Morales sings with Rabbi Alpert and Jake Ehrlich at a Passover seder in Detroit.




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