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- Chava Weissler, Voices of the Matriarchs
- Fanny Neuda, trans. Dinah Berland, Hours of Devotion
- Aliza Lavie, A Jewish Woman’s Prayer Book
- The Open Siddur Project
- Rav Noson of Breslov, Between Me & You
- Rabbi Aharon Milevsky, Sefer Techinos
- “Refuat Ha-Nefesh” (“Healing of the Soul”) – a packet that I hand out to my congregants when they are waiting for a loved one to come through surgery
As I searched my notes, I remembered that what we did for the triplets was a blend of a standard baby-naming ceremony (two girls were born) which you can see if you click here, where instead of the first paragraph of the “prayer for surviving hardship” we inserted the prayer below by Rabbi Arnold Stiebel. This gave the couple the opportunity to acknowledge their loss, while still celebrating the birth of their daughters. Happy to hear different suggestions, if you have them!
- Through by Rachel Barenblat (2009)
- “Communal Grieving Ritual Following Miscarriage or Stillbirth” by Rabbi Amy Eilberg (1994)
- “Renew Me Like the Moon: Toward Healing After Miscarriage” by Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin (1999)
- “Prayer of Comfort Following a Miscarriage” by Rabbi Arnold Stiebel (2002)
- A Synagogue Ritual After Miscarriage, from Daughters of the King by Susan Grossman and Rivka Haut (1992)