May 30, 2023
*CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS* Where Are My People? An Interfaith Anthology of Religious Leaders Whose Sacred Work Began During the COVID-19 Pandemic
*CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS*Where Are My People?
An Interfaith Anthology of Religious Leaders Whose
Sacred Work Began During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Edited by Rabbi Menachem Creditor
The COVID-19 pandemic redefined life in every corner of the world. No one could have imagined the immensity of its impact and the new possibilities that emerged in its wake. Rabbis, Imams, Priests, Ministers, and Pastors whose sacred work began during the pandemic preached and provided pastoral care to communities they had never seen and whose hands they were unable to hold. New technologies enabled clergy to reach far beyond conventional boundaries of community with soulful offerings that helped countless others feel less alone. But how did clergy feel as they supported countless others with whom they had never shared physical space? What unique wisdom might emerge from their unprecedented experiences? "Where Are My People" will be an interfaith anthology of reflective writings from within the clergy community, representing a true diversity of very human voices, grounded and vulnerable, inspiring and honest, published in order to amplify the wisdom gained during a very difficult moment in human history.
Submissions of sermons, poems, prayers, and essays (any length is welcome up to 2,000 words) should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org - in WORD format - no later than August 1, 2023.
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