COMMENTARY: Debbie Friedman: An Appreciation

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(RNS) Worship inside many American synagogues used to be, in a word, boring. Until a generation ago, the congregation had little to no participation in the service, trapped between a professional choir that smothered worshippers with unsingable musical selections and a rabbi who read nearly all the prayers. Calling it a passive experience would be […]

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