All ages are welcome at this service celebrating inclusion. The entire service will be interpreted in American Sign Language and the sermon in song/sign will focus on the theme of inclusion of the deaf community and all those who communicate differently or have other special needs.
Sue Horowitz is a Jewish singer-songwriter from the Rocky coast of Maine. Sue has four original CDs that have been produced by talents such as Josh Nelson, Dan Nichols, and grammy-nominated Nashville producers. Sue has performed at conferences, venues and congregations throughout North America. Her music has been included in the URJ Ruach series, the CCAR's Hagaddah, Shalshelet, Just Plain Folks award, and the Hebrew in Harmony Curriculum. Sue has served as director of education, NFTY advisor, congregational songleader, URJ faculty, artist-in -residence and teacher. In the secular world, she has worked for many years as a speech-language pathologist and special educator. Sue has been involved in the Kesher Shir writing collaborative as well as yearly writer's workshops with Dar Williams. She hosts and leads songwriting workshops as well. Together, Sue and EJ create an experience that is a beautiful merging of sight and sound.