Who Can Retell? a review of Great Miracles Happen Here

Thanks to Mark Frydenberg for this beautiful eJewishPhilanthropy review of Great Miracles Happen Here, the latest offering from Bayit’s Liturgical Arts Working Group. Here’s a taste of Mark’s review:

…They provide new prayers for “building Jewish with meaning and heart” that speak to us, regardless of our Jewish identity, denominational affiliation or practice; regardless of whether we live in North Adams, Massachusetts or Los Angeles, California, or somewhere in between. They share the contemporary experience of navigating a world of masks and social distance, isolation and illness, divisiveness and difference and the gratitude for the modern miracles and miracle workers that help us make it through this pandemic moment…Grounded in text and tradition, this uplifting collection offers new reflections, poems, and images to read, share, and contemplate before lighting the candles each night…

Read the whole review here: Who Can Retell? Great Miracles Happen Here.  (And download the collection from our website if you need it: Great Miracles Happen Here.)