Trisha Arlin

Trisha Arlin is a liturgist, performer and student of prayer in Brooklyn, NY, and a part-time rabbinic student at the Academy for Jewish Religion. Trisha has served as Scholar/Artist In Residence at various synagogues in the US and was Liturgist-In-Residence during the National Havurah Committee 2014 Summer Institute. She has taught her workshop, Writing Personal Prayer, at Limmud NY, the NHC Institute, Shavuot Across Brooklyn and synagogues in New York, New Jersey and Ohio. “PLACE YOURSELF”, a collection of new liturgy and kavannot, is forthcoming from Dimus Parrhesia Press.  Trisha's work is published online at triganza.blogspot.com, RitualWell, and the Open Siddur Project. and in print in “Jews And Pluralism” (Ben Yehuda Press), “The Sacred Table” (CCAR Press) and "A Poet's Siddur" ( Ain't Got No Press).

Each Loss Breaks a Pattern: A Shiva Prayer by Trisha Arlin
A Blessing for the Bugs on the Jewish New Year’s Day for Animals, Rosh Hashana La-Behemah, by Trisha Arlin
A Prayer for Compassion During Violent Conflict, by Trisha Arlin
Meat and Feathers: We Confess, a vidui for Rosh haShanah la-Behemah (the Jewish New Year’s Day for Animals), by Trisha Arlin
If I Let It: A Kavvanah for Kabbalat Shabbat, by Trisha Arlin
Rosh Ḥodesh Shevat, a prayer-poem by Trisha Arlin
סדר לפסח: שתי כוסות, לאליהו ומרים | Two Cups: Elijah and Miriam, by Trisha Arlin
רפא אותי | Heal Me by Trisha Arlin
A Rosh haShanah Amidah, by Trisha Arlin
Motzi — a kavvanah before eating ḥallah, by Trisha Arlin
HAVDALLAH: Prayers for the Holy Separations, by Trisha Arlin

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