“Sometimes prayer is not about the liturgy that is on the page of a prayerbook, it is about the prayer that is in our heart, the prayer that is our very life. The prayer brought out through community and shared experience can be the most powerful of all.”
Those were the words of Congregation Beth Am’s Rabbi Lisa Bellows, who shared a portion of her Yom Kippur sermon on Patch.
Bellows likened the Beth Am community to a patchwork quilt, composed of diverse people and their stories.
Read her full post on her Patch blog, To See the Good.