L'chu N'ran'nah is an egalitarian traditional bencher (booklet of songs and blessings recited before and after meals, on Shabbat, festivals, and other occasions) with an alternative edge:
It is true to traditional Hebrew texts but ready to adjust language when necessary to address the diversity of contemporary Jewish life in matters of gender and belief.
The book is fully egalitarian, with a gender-neutral translation and equal ritual status for men and women.
It is rich in explanations, insightful commentary, and inclusive liturgical alternatives for celebration, thanks, and prayer.
The title phrase (Come, Let Us Sing!) from the first of the Kabbalat Shabbat psalms invites us to honor and celebrate Shabbat with song and blessing.
This bencher extends that invitation by presenting liturgies for the blessings after the meal, kiddush for Shabbat and festivals, zímirot and popular songs, in an attractive, user-friendly format
Within the text, alternatives to the traditional text are indicated in square brackets."