A Prayer Book for Everyone, Regardless of Gender.

Without the willingness to cautiously and responsibly, shape and reshape the practice of Jewish prayer, it will cease to be a source of life, joy, and meaning and become a burdensome rote observance. Our centuries-old tradition is not fragile enough to be damaged by this approach — on the contrary, diversity of practice has always made Judaism more resilient and flexible, more deeply adequate to the lived questions of its adherents, and more expansive in terms of who is able to find shelter under its canopy of peace.

EVE ROMM, “Reflections on the Gender- Inclusive Siddur,” on the Lilith Blog