For Earth’s Sake: Days of Awe 5783

New from Bayit’s Liturgical Arts Working Group comes this offering of new liturgy, poetry, and art for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur — this year crafted with a focus on the climate crisis, through the lens of the story of R. Simcha Bunim and his two slips of paper. Available both as a downloadable PDF and as slides suitable for screenshare. We hope these pieces will speak to you in the ways that your teshuvah journey most needs. Also part of this offering are Steve Silbert’s contemplative Finding Balance cards — learn more on the Bayit Games page. May these prayers and poems fuel our teshuvah and the work that will follow.

Download the PDF:

ForEarthsSake-HHD-from-Bayit [pdf]

Preview the google slides:

The slides are also here on google drive:

For Earth’s Sake – HHD from Bayit [google slides]

(The above google slides link will prompt you to make your own copy of the slides, which you can then integrate with other digital offerings as you wish.)

If this speaks to you, you also might find meaning in our recent book From Narrow Places: Liturgy, Poetry and Art of the Pandemic Era, available now for $18.



This collection features work by Trisha Arlin, R. Rachel Barenblat, R. Dara Lithwick, R. Sonja Keren Pilz PhD, Steve Silbert, R. Jennifer Singer, and R. David Zaslow. Find all of our bios on the Builder Biographies page. We’re also grateful to artist Mike Cockrill for letting us share his painting that inspired one of Trisha’s pieces in this group offering.