Show Your Faith and Your Pride

The First Jewish LGBTQ Prayerbook for Every Occasion

Jewish LGBTQ Prayerbook

An egalitarian prayerbook with LGBTQ-inclusive translations of cherished ancient texts, new readings that reflect contemporary Jewish life, prayers for non-believers and blessings for non-traditional families.

Designed by and for LGBTQ People

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Over 600 beautifully designed and art-filled pages for reflection and prayer, including:

  • Blessings (Brachot) for daily life and life-cycle events
  • Services for Shabbat, weeknights, and all the Jewish holidays
  • Readings for Pride Shabbat and Transgender Remembrance Shabbat
  • Remembrances (Chesed V’Emet) for home use, synagogue and graveside
  • Songs (Shirim/Z’mirot) from our world-wide Jewish heritage

 

Grounded in Reform theology, drawing from every major Jewish movement and tradition, and curated for Jewish and non-Jewish people alike.

“The Sha’ar Zahav prayerbook was created as a community, to reflect our lives. We needed not just a siddur that spoke to us, but one that came from us.” – Michael Tyler

“An amazingly diverse and comprehensive siddur (prayerbook). It is also so beautiful you can use it as an awesome coffee table book!” – Michel Chagall

“This book is not afraid to name the deepest human experiences” – Rabbi Camille Angel

 

Sha’ar Zahav’s prayerbook is a complete resource for individual or communal use, filled with inclusive liturgy created by and for Jews of all genders and sexualities.

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