A PRAYER FROM MASORTI ISRAEL IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS
This prayer was developed by the Masorti Movement of Israel and the Israeli Rabbinical Assembly. We hope it’s a source of comfort in times that are challenging and even disturbing. Especially now, we can connect with each other and with the rich tradition of Jewish prayer.
“…Ensure our going and coming for life and peace, now and forever…”
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