“Alden Solovy is a craftsman of words. I wish I’d had some of these prayers when I needed them most. I look forward to using his thoughtful tefilot in my own davening.” – Rabbi David Levin-Kruss, Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

“A loving guide for people searching for a way forward.” – Rabbi Susan Silverman, author of Casting Lots: How Raising My Children Helped Me Find God

“Authentic, honest, and alive… With prayers for every season and circumstance, this book brings God into everyday life. It touched my heart deeply and awakened me to God’s presence all around.” – Rev. Dr. Margaret Benefiel, adjunct faculty, Andover Newton Theological School; author of Soul at Work and The Soul of a Leader

“The honesty and simplicity of Alden’s words reach just the place where the soul knows joy and sorrow and where God’s spirit draws us to prayer. I count myself grateful and blessed that Alden’s prayers from his faith tradition find a home in my own and in the hearts of my Christian readers.” – Pastor Austin Fleming, Parish Priest, Archdiocese of Boston; author of Prayerbook for Engaged Couples

“This beautiful book of prayers offers a masterful set of conversations with God. Alden’s writing is elegant and inspiring.” – Rabbi William H. Lebeau, former vice-chancellor for Rabbinic development and immediate past dean of the Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary; senior consultant for Rabbinic and Institutional Leadership for the Rabbinical Assembly

Jewish Prayers of Hope and Healing speaks from a place of deep spiritual connection to people of all faiths. It’s a collection inspired by the ancient Jewish yearning for God that speaks to us all.” – Susan Diamond, Founder/Publisher, Prayables, and Contributing Publisher/Editor, Beliefnet

Pre-Publication Sales Available Nov. 8

Pre-publication sales will be available on this site soon.


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