What do we know?: The Carlebach Anthology

Rabbi Joseph Schonwald & Reuven Goldfarb

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Siddur HaKohanot: A Hebrew Priestess Prayerbook

Siddur HaKohanot: A Hebrew Priestess Prayerbook is a Jewish prayerbook with a myriad of possibilities for connecting with the Source of Life, however you understand or experience Her.  In Siddur HaKohanot, find creative and traditional Jewish rituals and prayers.  Explore an earth-honoring, woman-honoring spirituality with deep roots in Jewish tradition.  Siddur HaKohanot includes Shacharit, Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'arivah services that balance traditional liturgy and creative langague and readings.
The Hebrew Priestess: Ancient and New Visions of Jewish Women’s Spiritual Leadership
It has been barely 40 years since rabbinical seminaries began ordaining women as rabbis.  But women have played a role in Jewish religious leadership from the days of the Bible, and even before. Miriam the Prophetess and Deborah the Judge are just the two most prominent of these women, most of whose names are lost to history.
The Hebrew Priestess tells the stories of these women, often reading between the lines of the Bible and Talmud to rediscover the women that rabbinic editors tried to eras. It weaves together a careful examination of historical antecedents of these new priestesses, along with the personal experiences of women who embarked on this new path of Jewish priestesshood.
Ambitious, erudite, practical and deeply personal, The Hebrew Priestess offers a deep connection to Jewish history and to profound holy experiences today.